These two teams played two games in Boston to begin this week and finished the series with two games in Queens. The two teams will wrap up their four game series tonight, with first pitch for the contest scheduled for 7:07 p.m.at Citi Field. You can find these and other merchandise for the Boston Red Sox and New York Mets by clicking on their names. Game one saw the Mets win 7-4 and then NY left Boston with an 8-3 win in game two. Kevin Pillar is 8 for 14 (.571) with four extra-base hits, four runs, and five RBIs in four games. The Mets would end up losing that game in the tenth inning. All odds are from DraftKings Sportsbook.
Mets vs. Perez: Cano 7-39, Lowrie 13-31, Marisnick 6-21, Cespedes 5-15, Davis 2-8, Rosario 2-6, Ramos 3-7, Conforto 1-7, Rivera 0-5, McNeil 1-4, Alonso 0-3, Nunez 0-3, Cordell 0-3, Nimmo 1-2, Lugo 0-1. Last time out, he allowed five runs (four earned) on six hits in five innings of work in a loss against the Baltimore Orioles.
Steven Matz started the Mets second game of the season and pitched a six-inning gem against the Atlanta Bravesv. The lefty departed from the game with a 2-0 lead, but the bullpen blew it and the Braves ended up winning 5-3 in 10 innings.
There will be plenty of frustrating games throughout the season, but last night's 6-5 loss surely stings for the New York Mets (3-3).