Mets Fall Late To Marlins
The New York Mets lost another tough game last night as the Miami Marlins stormed back late in the game to beat the Mets 2-1.
The Mets got a stellar outing from young flamethrower Noah Syndergaard. The hard throwing right-hander struck out 12 Marlins in his 7 innings and only allowed 1 earned run.
Manager Terry Collins was ecstatic of Syndergaard's performance.
"My gosh almighty, he was tremendous tonight," Mets manager Terry Collins said. "We just couldn't put anything on the board to give him to work with."
The Mets only run came on a Lucas Duda single in the first inning.
Ichiro Suzuki pinch hit late in the ball game and tallied his 2,936th major league hit, placing him 33rd on the career list after breaking a tie with Marlins batting coach Barry Bonds.
The Mets now sit at 2-5 to start the season. They play the Marlins at 1:10pm this afternoon with Logan Verrett pitching in place of Jacob deGrom.