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Topic - Ruben Tejada
Buddy Carlyle had a memorable return to the big leagues. Now, he and his New York Mets teammates would like to get some rest.
Phillies reliever Jeff Manship knew he had to keep pitching to protect the tired Philadelphia bullpen. He never expected the reason for why he couldn't complete the job.
Moments before the game, rapper 50 Cent went into his best windup and was comically off target with a ceremonial first pitch that sailed way wide of home plate.
Hard to imagine one day on the job was truly enough for new Mets hitting coach Lamar Johnson to make much of a difference. It only looked that way.
When told he was going to start the makeup of Friday's rainout, Daisuke Matsuzaka said he was certain he could go deep into the game, throw maybe 100 pitches, even though he's spent this season in the bullpen.
Minus closer Jonathan Papelbon, the Philadelphia Phillies ran into all sorts of problems trying to protect a three-run lead with three outs to go.
Stuck in a batting slump all week, the New York Mets seemed unlikely to even get a hit. Scoring? That looked downright impossible.
Michael Wacha was too wild in the wind and Matt Carpenter got tagged out at the plate.
With a 360-foot relay in the ninth inning, the New York Mets prevented a hard-fought victory from vanishing in the wind.
The only thing Jenrry Mejia popped Monday night was his fastball.
Fredi Gonzalez is still waiting for the Atlanta Braves' bats to catch up with the team's pitching.
Seven innings of Bartolo Colon's dominance only made Jose Valverde's ninth-inning escape look even scarier.
Three big pieces of the New York Mets' pitching staff are closer to appearing in spring training games.
Ruben Tejada and the New York Mets have avoided arbitration by agreeing to a $1.1 million, one-year contract.
Collin McHugh pitched two-hit ball over seven scoreless innings for the Mets in his major league debut, but the Colorado Rockies completed their second straight four-game sweep of New York with a 1-0 victory Thursday as Jordany Valdespin misplayed Tyler Colvin's leadoff drive in the eighth into a game-changing triple.
When Tejada came up in the 11th, he said he had one thought in mind: "Finish the game."
"It feels pretty good after a rough week for me and the team," said Tejada, who recently lost his starting job at shortstop.