Despite Covid-19 causing some alterations on the year, we are a good chunk into the season. The NL East division is in full swing in the 2020 MLB season, and along with it, there has been good and the bad. Currently, the Miami Marlins sit atop the division with a
The Mets finally won a series over the weekend. They took two out of three games from the Marlins, and have won four of six. Now the Mets will host the Nationals for four games at Citi Field. While the Mets seem to be getting in a groove, the Nationals
The Miami Marlins took an early lead at Citi Field on Saturday night but the table turned quickly after that point. The Marlins lost the second game of the three-game series, 8-4, marking the end of a six-game winning streak.
The Marlins used yet another inexperienced pitcher to start the game.
The Mets picked up a victory on Saturday night, defeating the Marlins by a score of 8-4. The win snapped a five-game losing streak at Citi Field. This win moves the Mets' record up to 6-9 on the season. Here's a recap of how the Mets emerged victoriously.
Offense comes through,
After splitting a two-game series against the Nationals, the Mets are back at home to face the Marlins for three games. With a record of 5-8, the Mets have yet to get on a hot streak this season. Meanwhile, the Marlins have won five straight and sit at 6-1 on
The Mets picked up a series split in D.C. by taking Wednesday night's game by the score of 3-1. The victory was just their second in their last eight games. Here's how the Mets emerged as winners.
Source: am New York
Rick Porcello earned his first win as a Met, pitching