Saturday, May 21, 2005

Mets Drop First Interleague Game

Victor Zambrano was his typical self. He threw 5 1/3 innings, and gave up more walks (6) then hits (4). He did keep the ball down (no homers and 6/6 ground ball to fly ball ratio) and kept the Mets in the game. It was the pen that failed them. Roberto Hernandez had thrown pretty well this season, but gave three hits, a walk and two runs while getting only two outs.

Mike Cameron hit in his sixth straight game and drew a walk as well. The Mets only managed five hits off of starter Kevin Brown and four relievers. This afternoon it's Benson vs. Randy Johnson. Be nice to get a win, but this might not be the matchup to do it.


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