Francisco Lindor spent much of Tuesday’s pregame on the clubhouse couch huddled under a blanket, resembling somebody who might have celebrated too much the previous night. But the star shortstop was wide awake and full of energy when the Mets needed him most. Lindor smashed a go-ahead grand slam in the seventh inning that helped … Continue reading Francisco Lindor’s Grand Slam Leads Mets Over Brewers
Luis Severino’s return was worth the wait. The Yankees right-hander, making his first start in more than two months, looked sharp across five innings Wednesday night in a 14-2 win over the Pirates. Still building up his workload after making three rehab starts, Severino, who had been on the injured list with a strained right lat, … Continue reading NY Yankees Welcome Luis Severino Back
New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge hit his 60th home run during his team's 9-8 walk-off win against the Pittsburgh Pirates at Yankee Stadium on Tuesday night, which was historic for several reasons. Judge tied Babe Ruth for the second most home runs hit in American League history -- which had previously stood as the MLB home run record … Continue reading Aaron Judge Reaches 60 Home Runs!
Max Scherzer’s perfection Monday night served as the ideal springboard for the Mets to celebrate a playoff berth and the right-hander’s 200th career win. In his return from the injured list, Scherzer retired all 18 batters he faced over six innings and struck out nine in helping the Mets clinch their first postseason appearance since … Continue reading Mets Beat Brewers 7-2, Clinch Playoff Spot