Meet the Mets, Beat the Mets

Wednesday, April 29, 2009

The Fish just pulled out an impressive 4-3 victory to take the first Marlins-Mets series in Citi Field's young history. Matt Lindstrom finished off an Alfonseca Save1 preserving the lead which was delivered by a Cody Ross 2-RBI single in the 8th. Jorge Cantu once again proved how valuable he is with another home run in the first and a couple great defensive plays to save runs and end innings. I've been hesitating to say this, but Jorge plays a nice first base. I guess the key is that he never has to overhand throw it to anybody. Anyways, nothing beats taking two out of three in New York, especially when David Wright never comes through in the clutch. Stay tuned tomorrow morning for the SPESH report.

1An Alfonseca Save is defined as a pitcher entering a save situation and instantly making it drastically tougher on himself by walking and hitting batters and getting hit all around the yard. Somehow though, the save is eventually made.

1 comments:

Marlins03 April 29, 2009 at 6:04 PM  

Well said about the "Alfonseca-save" and D. Wright blowing the clutch (Mets fans have nightmare's of called third-strikes. Just got back from the game, and I appreciated the silent head nods of victory from fellow Marlins fans.

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