In the first five Subway series games, in the second half of the inning, each team won in a unique situation, which was suitable for shortening the 60 game season.
September 2, 2020. Bronx, New York, USA; New York Yankees pitcher Jordan Montgomery (47) pitches in the first inning with Tampa Bay Rays at the Yankee Stadium. / Wendell Cruz-USA TODAY Sports
The final meeting will take place on Thursday afternoon when the New York Yankees visit New York Mets.
The team originally planned to play three game series in Citifield from August 21st to 23rd, but the series was postponed due to a positive coronavirus in Mets player and coach tests. The first two games were played last week, with Mets winning the first two games and the Yankees winning the next three games.
Each match was determined by running three or fewer runs, determined after six innings.
Mets won the second game of the series, the second game of the double header last Friday. Amed Rosario returns Aroldis Chapman seven times at the Yankee Stadium, releasing a home-off home run. Mets was a home team as it was a makeup game for one of the deferred games.
The Yankees have won the last three games by winning win runs on the wild pitch. Recovery from a 5-run deficit after 6 innings. And eight times Gary Sanchez hit the Grand Slam.
The Yankees are 4-9 years old in the last 13 games. The three Mets victories snapped the longest seven-game skid from 13 to 20 June 2017, but the Yankees dropped two of the three to AL-East-leading Tampa Bay Rays. , 5-2 ended the series. Wednesday loss.
“We just need to be prepared for the next game in the next series,” said Carlos Mendoza Bench Coach, who was acting director while Aaron Boon was in charge of pausing one game. .. “High expectations, obviously disappointing.”
Mets returned home with 9-4 wins in Baltimore when he ran home from Michael Confort in the fifth run on Wednesday.
Conforto heads to .331 batting on Thursday with a 6th base and 22 RBI.
“His consistency and approach are great,” said Mets’ manager Luis Rojas. “He’s looking for a certain pitch, getting it and not letting it go.”
JA Happ will start the fifth time and the second time on Thursday with a break of less than 6 days, and will play Mets twice in a row. On Saturday, Happ didn’t make a decision after allowing three hits in 1/3 scoreless innings.
Saturday was Happ’s longest appearance since June 6, 2019, which gave him 20 innings this season. To get the $17 million vesting option for the next season, he must reach 10 starts or 61 1/3 innings.
Another left-handed start at Normal Rest was on August 5th in Philadelphia, allowing 4 runs and 6 walks in 3 innings. In his last two starts, Happ allowed one run with six hits in 13 innings.
Happ’s major league debut on 30 June 2007 was against Mets as a member of the Philadelphia Phillies, who had 12 games (10 starts) against Mets with an ERA of 3.41 4-2.
On May 16, 2018, Hap allowed 10 hits and 2 hits in the final start at the City of Toronto Blue Jays member, Citifield.
Robert Gsellman is expected to start for Mets, who continues to grow him. He opposed Happ on Saturday and allowed a run with four hits in four innings of the season while throwing 57 of the season’s best.
In his career with the Yankees, Selman has no win or loss, but with seven career appearances (two starts), ERA is 1.65.
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