Mets Game Recap: Mets 3 Phillies 10

Posted on by Kerel Cooper

Quick Game Notes:

  • Final Score: Mets 3– Phillies 10
  • Box Score: Click here for the complete box score
  • Mets Record: 11-15
  • Key Moment In The Game: The key moment was the bottom of the 6th inning when the Phillies scored four runs on a Ryan Howard grand slam. The Phillies took a commanding 8-0 lead and that was all they needed.
  • Game Ball: Tim Byrdak because he was the only Mets pitcher not to give up an earned run tonight: 1.1 IP | 0 H | 0 ER | 1 BB | 2 SO
  • Additional Comments:
  • Mike Pelfrey: 4.1 IP | 8 H | 4 ER | 3 SO
  • Mets Offense: 4 H | 6 SO | 1-6 RISP | 7 LOB
  • Ronny Paulino made his season debut by pinch hitting: 0-1
  • Mets have lost two in a row
  • Up Next: The New York Mets play the second game of the series against the Philadelphia Phillies: Saturday April 30, 2011 at 1:10 pm.
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    2 Responses to Mets Game Recap: Mets 3 Phillies 10

    1. AC Wayne says:

      So much for winning Friday's game…I guess the Mets will have to beat Halladay to make up for this depressing loss, I did however enjoy Pelfrey plunking Howard, not sure if it was intentional, I'm not a big fan of plunking a batter but when I saw the replay of Howard's 1st HR, he deserved it, it took him a while to get out of that batter's box.

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