No lemon law needed, Steve Cohen. The Mets owner had to think he bought a lemon after the Amazins knocked a few sour stains out of the gate, but they seem to be heading in the right direction after double-headering the Phillies on Tuesday.
The Mets beat the Phillies 5-1 in Game 3 on Wednesday, and the final will be played on Thursday when the rain stops. Zach Eflin (0-0, ERA 3.46) has made two starts, both against the Braves, and allowed a total of five runs over 13 innings.
Jacob deGrom (0-1, ERA 0.64) started where he left off last year (and the year before and the year before and …) on his first two starts. He ruled out Philly for six innings and then limited Miami to an eight innings run, which resulted in a loss of bad luck. Mets have a long history of not meeting Jake. Hoping Eflin can keep Philly in the game and create a stir. 10 units on the Phillies.
Lemons? I had a couple. Wednesday at the latest. Joe Musgrove eventually allowed one run, only one, but left after four long innings. The pirates took advantage of the Padres’ bats silenced and the Bucs slammed the pods 5-1. Below -725 Limoncelli.
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