Pete Alonso launched a no-doubter to left field and helped lead the Mets to their first win since last Tuesday in a 5-3 victory over the Nationals at Citi Field.
by: Pat Ragazzo — Mets Merized Online 21 May
The New York Mets defeated the Washington Nationals by a score of 5-3 on Monday night at Citi Field (Box Score).After getting swept down in Miami by the Marlins over the weekend, the Mets retu
by: Matthew Veasey — Phillies Nation 20 May
One week ago today, the Philadelphia Phillies (27-19) were seven games over the .500 mark in first place in the National League East Division standings. They led the second place Atlanta Braves by three games, and were four up in the loss column...
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by: Phil Rosenthal — Chicago Tribune 20 May
The Cubs made their third straight appearance on ESPN's "Sunday Night Baseball." A-Rod & Co. were better at focusing on the game. Here are winners and losers.
by: Ross Shinberg — Fansided: District on Deck 20 May
Washington Nationals star outfielder Juan Soto made his debut last season on May 20. He has been an incredible revelation for the team. The Washington Na...
by: Scott Allen — Washington Post: D.C. Sports Bog 20 May
After the Cubs dropped their protest, Washington's closer called on the league to address this gray area.
by: Mike Banghart — Chicago Now: Cubs Den 20 May
It felt like a missed opportunity right out of the gate for the Cubs. Jeremy Hellickson walked the bases loaded to start the game, but the Cubs could only manage a single tally on a Javier Báez fielder’s choice. That felt like it might not be...
by: Justin Toscano — USA Today 20 May
The Mets lost to the Marlins and became the first team to be swept by Miami this season. Noah Syndergaard defended his manager
by: ron Kerr — MASN 20 May
The night got off to a slow start for the Nationals and Jeremy Hellickson. Then the Nats rallied to make a game of it, but ...
by: Jesse Dougherty — Washington Post 20 May
Hellickson struggles through three innings and Washington falls behind by four runs before an ultimately fruitless rally in a 6-5 defeat.
by: Stephen G. "Ghost" Mears — Talk Nats 20 May
It was a heck of a comeback attempt by the Nationals, but unfortunately it ends in a loss. No participation trophies. The game started with 3 consecutive walks issued by Nationals starter Jeremy Hellickson that dug a hole for his … Continue reading →
by: Michael Cerami — Bleacher Nation 19 May
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