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MLB playoffs 2015: Five takeaways from Mets’ Game 3 rout of Dodgers
2019.09.10 11:15
The Mets came from behind Monday to crushthe Dodgers 13-7 in Game 3 of the NL Division Series.The 13 runs were a franchiserecord for the Mets in a postseason game. New York leads the series 2-1 with a chance to clinchat home Tuesday.Dodgers second baseman Howie Kendrick hit a three-run home run just over the left field wall in the ninth inning, but it didn’t put much of a dent inthe Mets’ lead.MORE: Best photos from NL Division Series games| Kershaw plays ‘bullying,’ ‘you never played’ cards regarding Utley controversyHere areourfive takeaways from Game 3:1. Yoenis Cespedes can take the Mets all the way. A lot of Tigers fans scratched their heads whenthen-general manager Dave Dombrowski traded Cespedes before the July 31 trade deadline for aminimalreturn. cover samsung custodia But one fan base’s displeasure led to another’s bli s, as Cespedes has been a godsend for the Mets, who before he arrivedlooked lifele s at the plate.Cespedeshit .283 with 22 home runs and 54 RBIs after the All-Star break during the regular season and led the charge in Monday’s comeback win against the https://www.bluejaysedge.com/toronto-blue-jays/justin-smoak-jersey Dodgers, finishing the game 3 for 5 with a home run, three runs scored and three RBIs.Yoenis Cespedes’ 4th inning home run was calculated at 440 feet, his longest home run in 2015. cover iphone custodia pic.twitter.com/QxxZzm3rYG ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) October 13, 20152. Matt Harvey looks OK. A lot had been made in recent weeks about Harvey’s rising pitch count in his first season back from Tommy John surgery, but the 26-year-old pitched well in his playoff debut. iphone cover original Harvey left the game after giving up three runs (two earned) in five innings, as the Mets were already leading 10-3. He ended up with seven strikeouts.At one time during the regular season, it appeared as though Harvey wanted to get shut down for the season when he reached 185 innings, but he backed off that numberand skipped a few starts at the end of the regular seasonto make himself available for the Mets’ postseason run.3. cover iphone 7 plus custodia outlet The Mets did a nice https://www.bluejaysedge.com/toronto-blue-jays/dalton-pompey-jersey job rebounding from an unfortunate situation. iphone 7 case on sales The Mets could have easily played the “poor me” card after losing shortstop Ruben Tejada for the remainder of the postseason when Chase Utley reckle sly slid into second base during the seventh inning of Game 2. Utley has since been suspended two games, which he’s appealing,but the Dodgers went on to score four runs in the inning, ultimately winning the game.But instead of feeling sorry for themselves, the Mets came out and put on an offensive show Monday. The Mets faithful were even chanting “we want Utley” once the game got out of hand.4. iphone 8 case outlet cover custodia samsung Curtis Granderson andTravis d’Arnaud stepped up for the Mets. d’Arnaud came into the game 0 for 7 in his postseason career, but he responded by going 3 for 4 with three runs scored and three RBIs. outlet iphone xs case online The talented catcher mi sed most of the regular season with a broken hand,but made up for lost time in Game 3.Granderson, on the other hand, has quietly been one of the Mets’ most steady performers throughout the year, and he remained reliable Mondayin a 2-for-5 effort with five RBIs.5. The Dodgers need pitching https://www.bluejaysedge.com/toronto-blue-jays/russell-martin-jersey help after Clayton Kershaw and Zack Greinke. For all the money the Dodgers have spent over the past couple of offseasons, they really don’t have a lot of depth, especially in their starting rotation. With all due respect to Brett Anderson, who went 10-9 with a respectable 3.69 ERA during the regular season, he’s not a guy who strikes fear in opposing lineups.The Mets took advantage of his mediocre stuff, tagging him for six earned runs in three innings. outlet iphone 8 case online Things didn’t get better for the Dodgers when Alex Wood, their No. iphone 7 case outlet 3 starter, entered the game in the fourth inning. Wood gave up four earned runs on four hits in two innings, proving the Dodgers only have two reliable starting pitchers. That’s not a winning formula in the postseason.What’s Next: Game 4, Tuesday at 8:07 p.m. ETon TBS Kershaw (16-7, 2.13 ERA) steps on the mound in search of his first win of the postseason in a must-win situation.