A great day at Disney

You couldn’t ask for a better afternoon:

  • In his spring debut, Tommy G. was sharp, tossing three scoreless innings.
  • Frenchy continued his resurgence, with two hits and three RBI. He’s now hitting .368.
  • Rehabbing reliever Peter Moylan tossed a scoreless frame.
  • John Maine, the Mets’ second starter, gave up six hits, five runs and three walks in four innings. His Grapefruit League ERA: 10.28. 
  • Josh Anderson smashed a three-run homer to lift his average to .295, still 90 points below Jordan Schafer, who was 1-for-4.  
  • They both trail Brandon Jones, now batting .400 after a two-hit day.
  • Oh, and the Braves won, 12-1.


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2 Comments on A great day at Disney

  1. Maine’s pretty much gone the way of his namesake ship this spring: 14 ER in his last 11 IP. And I don’t think Santana will be throwing 250 innings for the Muts this year.

  2. Darn. I’d hate to see the Mets founder.

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