Mets Take First Game in Philly 6-4

Philadelphia, PA- The Mets held on to win 6-4 in front of over 45,000 in Philadelphia tonight. Johan Santana was stellar, pitching seven innings with 10 strikeouts, no walks, and giving up three runs. It would’ve been only one run if Aaron Heilman hadn’t come into the game in the eighth and promptly given up a pinch hit home run to Greg Dobbs.

Can we all agree now that Johan Santana shouldn’t be boo’d? If you feel the compulsion to boo a home player, make it Aaron Heilman. He gave up the big bomb tonight. Granted, he’s pitched three good games prior to tonight. Maybe there isn’t anyone that deserved to be boo’d at home right now. How about that?

David Wright was 4 for 4 with two doubles and a triple. He’s on fire right now. Brian Schneider had a nice offensive game as well going 3 for 4. He’s hitting .306/.306/.375 so far.

Jose Reyes stole second and took a header into Chase Utley’s knee. He stayed in the game but I think Willie Randolph should give him the day off tomorrow considering his hamstring kept him out of a couple games this week. He could use a day right now.

The Mets and Phillies do it again tomorrow on Fox at 3:55pm.

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4 thoughts on “Mets Take First Game in Philly 6-4

  1. Dave Doyle

    I'm with you!!! I don't care that the Mets broke the bank for Santana. He's worth every penny.Wright's certainly hitting like an MVP. I hope he can sharpen up a his play in the field a little bit.

  2. Dave Doyle

    I'm with you!!! I don't care that the Mets broke the bank for Santana. He's worth every penny.Wright's certainly hitting like an MVP. I hope he can sharpen up a his play in the field a little bit.

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