One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Loser Fish…..Mets Beat Marlins 2-1 in 11th (5/29/08)

Let’s have a little fun this morning and take a look at last night’s game by the numbers, shall we?

Eleven -     Number of innings played

Ten
-            Number of players the Mets left on base. This has been a season-long problem for the Mets. Stop it.

Nine -           Number of strikeout’s for the Marlins

Eight -         Number of innings pitched by Big Pelf. Nice to see him working hard and giving the bullpen a break.

Seven -        Number of hits for the Mets (Santos 2, Martinez 2, Castillo 1, Sheffield 1, Pagan 1, Wright 0)

Six -               The Mets only went 1 for 6 with RISP

Too Pretty to Hit

Too Pretty to Hit

Five -            Number of at-bats for David Wright. Number of hits? Zero

Four –           Number of strike outs for the Mets (2 for David Wright)

Three –        Number of  scoreless innings from the ‘pen. Phew!

Two –           Number of runs scored by the Mets. Coincidentally, this also happens to be the number of RBIs by our new #2 catcher Omir Santos…. Yeah, he is officially “my boy”.

One -           One lonely run for the Marlins, driven in with a sac-fly by second baseman Dan Uggla in the 4th

Zero –           Well, would you look at that! Zero errors by the Mets tonight. David Wright just isn’t himself without one!

Dynamic Duo

Dynamic Duo

This game was a little bit of a deja vu of last Saturday’s game at Fenway Park. Pelfrey and Santos make an exciting team – solid pitching and late game heroics. I think I could get used to this!
Also as Nik mentioned last night, the Mets traded Ramon “Shrek” Castro to the White Sox for RHP Lance Broadway. And for all you ladies out there ….talk about an upgrade!!

Let me be the first to welcome you to the Mets...

Let me be the first to welcome you to the Mets...

Posted by Emily Doran

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