New York vs Philadelphia Wed, Apr 17
|*Community||PHI -115 72%||o/8.5 51%|
*Consensus from 2143 predictions.
|34716th||Earned Run Average||4.5016th|
Phillies are swinging the bats well and Zach Wheeler does not have a clue where his late-season stuff went from last year since his Catcher is on another team now. Arrieta has looked pretty good so far and had a QS his last outing. Hernandez is batting .500 in 14 career AB's against Wheeler and Harper and Herrera and McCutchen have all gone deep against the Righty who was most certainly dealing better then he has thusfar this season.50%
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i don't know but ill take a chance here. All supposely good pitchers from last year sucks in the beginning of this season. Probably because they partied too hard. I will take my chances on Arrieta + Phil at home (playing harder). BOL everyone. I got Phil -1 F560%
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Wheeler has gotten off to a slow start, allowing 13 runs in 15.2 innings this season. I think with this being such an early start, theres more likelihood for Philadelphias offense to carry over here, so I'll take Philly and Arrieta on the low line in this early game.50%
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NY Times: Mets Rally in the 9th but Fall Short Against the Phillies
Bill Streicher/USA Today Sports, via Reuters
PHILADELPHIA -- After the Mets rallied Wednesday to close their deficit against the Philadelphia Phillies to a run and loaded the bases with two outs in the top of the ninth inning, center fielder Keon Broxton worked the count full.
Phillies reliever Hector Neris proceeded to throw a fastball 94 miles per hour, and Broxton couldn't catch up to it. He swung and missed, and the Mets had a 3-2 loss that dropped them to 10-8 overall.
Having played a complete series against each of his National League East counterparts, Manager Mickey Callaway took the measure of the division race.
The Good Phight: Arrieta, gentille Arrieta: Phillies 3, Mets 2
On Tuesday night, the Phillies' pitchers received all the run support they could have ever hoped for. On Wednesday afternoon, runs were harder to come by, but thankfully for the Phillies, Jake Arrieta was on top of his game. Arrieta pitched eight-plus innings, allowing only two earned runs, and led the Phillies to a series victory over the Mets.
Unlike so many of his starts in 2018, on Wednesday, Arrieta was aided by his defense. The Phillies' infielders turned three double plays, and Rhys Hoskins made an excellent play at first, tagging the runner when a throw pulled him off the bag.
CBS Philly: Phillies Demolish Mets 14-3 Behind 10-Run First Inning
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Scott Kingery and J.T. Realmuto each had three hits and five RBIs, helping the Philadelphia Phillies cruise to a 14-3 victory over the New York Mets on Tuesday night.
Kingery and Maikel Franco hit three-run homers and Realmuto had a pair of two-run doubles in a 10-run first inning. Realmuto also went deep for the Phillies in the fourth.
Nick Pivetta (2-1) gave up three runs and seven hits in five innings. Mets starter Steven Matz (1-1) allowed eight runs -- six earned -- without retiring a batter.
Wilson Ramos and Michael Conforto each hit a solo homer for New York.
Phillies Nation: Jerad Eickhoff steals thunder provided by big Phillies bats in 14-3 victory over Mets
The Philadelphia Phillies (10 - 6) needed to make an early-season statement in a bad way. They wasted no time doing just that, erupting for 10 runs in the 1st inning and trouncing the division-rival New York Mets (10 - 7) by a score of 14-3 on Tuesday night at Citizens Bank Park.
New York fans had rolled down I-95, encouraged by their club's exta-innings victory in the opening game of this series. They hoped to chant "Let's Go, Mets!" and frustrate Phillies fans once again. Instead they were left to sit on their hands before leaving early.