Sunday, May 29, 2005

Not Quite a Sweep

If there was one game that I thought the Mets would surely lose, it was yesterdays. Ishii vs. Willis wasn't a matchup I was looking forward to, but the Mets and Ishii came through to win their fourth straight. Today would have been the second most likely game for them to lose, and they did, running into a good outing by Josh Beckett and a timely homerun by Carlos Delgado.

Mike Cameron got a hit, and has one now in five straight games. Probably the most surprising part of this game was Jose Reyes walking twice. He now has eight, and once again has more walks then triples.

The loss puts the Mets three games behind both Atlanta and the Marlins. They have a razor thing half game lead over the Nationals. The Mets have the day off tomorrow as they come home for a three game series over the Diamondbacks.


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