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Series Summary

Final 1-2
Fri 9/29 2 @ 6
Sat 9/30 7 @ 4
Sun 10/01 0 @ 11
Washington Times Oct 1, 2017

Phillies beat Mets 11-0 in finales for Mackanin, Collins

PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Pete Mackanin ended his tenure as Philadelphia Phillies manager with a win, while Terry Collins left the New York Mets with a loss. Maikel Franco hit a three-run homer in a six-run fourth inning Sunday in Philadelphia's season-ending 11-0 rout. At 68 the oldest manager in the ...
TalkingChop Oct 1, 2017
MLB Draft Order 2018: Braves get 8th pick, Tigers clinch No. 1

MLB Draft Order 2018: Braves get 8th pick, Tigers clinch No. 1

The regular season wrapped up on Sunday afternoon, and while there was little drama in regards to postseason play, the top picks in next summer’s draft were up for grabs. As the dust settled, the Braves secured the 8th overall pick in the 2018 Draft. The 8th pick in 2017 had a slot value of $4,780,400. Here’s a look at the top-8 order: Tigers (64-98; own tiebreaker over San Francisco by 1⁄2 game) Giants (64-98) Phillies (66-96) White Sox (67-95) Reds (68-94) Mets (70-92) Padres (71-91) Braves (72-90) Atlanta ended the year losing six of its final seven games to finish with a 72-90...
Amazin Avenue Oct 1, 2017
Mets vs Phillies Recap: Smell Ya Later, Terry

Mets vs Phillies Recap: Smell Ya Later, Terry

A mercy killing by mercy rule. The Mets closed out their season in pathetic fashion today, dropping the game and the series to the Phillies by a score of 11-0. Despite getting two strong innings from Noah Syndergaard to start the game, the fourth inning doomed the Mets, due to some poor pitching, poor fielding, and poor management. Noah Syndergaard started for the Mets and, over his two innings of work, struck out two, walked one, gave up no hits, and reached 101 mph on the radar gun. Hopefully, Syndergaard has an uneventful off-season, and can get back to performances like...
Amazin Avenue Oct 1, 2017
Final Score: Phillies 11, Mets 0—Cripes

Final Score: Phillies 11, Mets 0—Cripes

We welcome the sweet embrace of the off-season. The Phillies defeated the Mets 11-0 this afternoon at Citizen’s Bank Park, putting the Mets’ season to bed and, with it, the managerial career of Terry Collins. The afternoon began with a short, two-inning start from the rehabbing Noah Syndergaard, who looked quite good, walking one and giving up no hits while striking out two and hitting 101 miles per hour with his fastball. He would be relieved by Chris Flexen who, along with some defensive miscues by Dominic Smith, gave up six runs in the fourth inning, putting the game out of reach...
Larry Brown Sports Oct 1, 2017

Terry Collins to resign as manager, remain with Mets in front office

Terry Collins’ tenure as New York Mets manager is ending as expected, but the surprise is he may remain with the team in a different role. The Athletic’s Ken Rosenthal shared the news about the Mets manager as his team played on Sunday against the Phillies in their season finale. Terry Collins will announce after...Read More
Outside Pitch Oct 1, 2017

New York Mets: Matt Harvey takes the loss in final start of “nightmare” season

The New York Mets pitching staff suffered through its fair share of misfortune and disappointment in 2017. Perhaps no pitcher epitomized that disappointment more than Matt Harvey. The 28-year-old picked up the loss in Friday’s 6-2 defeat at the hands of the Philadelphia Phillies. He allowed four runs on seven hits, along with three walks […] The post New York Mets: Matt Harvey takes the loss in final start of “nightmare” season appeared first on OutsidePitchMLB.
Amazin Avenue Oct 1, 2017
Mets vs. Phillies Recap: Time to wake up Green Day

Mets vs. Phillies Recap: Time to wake up Green Day

September ended with a Mets victory. It was far less dramatic, and the circumstances have certainly changed, but Asdrubal Cabrera hit another three-run home run in the 11th inning to give the Mets a 7-4 victory over the Phillies. Seth Lugo got the start in place of the ill Jacob deGrom and was on a pitch count. He got into trouble early but worked out of it in the first. However, he continued to fall behind Phillies batters but he did not walk any of them. The trouble came in the second inning when Maikel Franco blasted a home run to left, and Cesar Hernandez got a hit Jose...
CBS NY Sep 30, 2017
Cabrera’s 11th-Inning Homer Lifts Mets Past Phillies, 7-4

Cabrera’s 11th-Inning Homer Lifts Mets Past Phillies, 7-4

Asdrubal Cabrera hit a three-run homer with two outs in the 11th inning to lift the New York Mets to a 7-4 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies on Saturday night.
Mets 360 Sep 30, 2017

Gut Reaction: Mets 7, Phillies 4 (11 INN) 9/30/17

On the eve of the final season, it would be Asdrubal Cabrera that sent fans home with a smile. Cabrera carried the offense of the Mets, cashing in four of their seven runs on the night. The final was 7-4,…Read more →
Washington Times Sep 30, 2017

Cabrera's homer in 11th lifts Mets to 7-4 win over Phillies

PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Asdrubal Cabrera hit a three-run homer with two outs in the 11th inning to lift the New York Mets to a 7-4 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies on Saturday night. Cabrera also had an RBI double in the seventh and finished with four hits and four RBIs. ...
Amazin Avenue Sep 30, 2017
Final Score: Mets 7, Phillies 4-Outta here, Outta here

Final Score: Mets 7, Phillies 4-Outta here, Outta here

Take the victory, even if it is a small one. Asdrubal Cabrera’s 11th inning three-run home run helped get the Mets a 7-4 victory in Philadelphia. The bullpen had squandered a lead late, but Cabrera’s home run salvaged the game for the Mets. Seth Lugo was still on a pitch count and only went the first four innings of the game. He did manage to leave with the lead even after he gave up two runs in the second. Amed Rosario first put the Mets on the board with a RBI double, and the next inning Brandon Nimmo gave them the lead with a two-run triple. Cabrera tacked on another run in the...

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