NEW YORK (AP) — The skidding New York Mets fell under .500 for the first time since early April as Brenton Doyle’s first big league home run capped a seven-run fifth inning in the Colorado Rockies’ 13-6 win on Sunday.
The Mets are 3-11 since opening 14-7. New York didn’t spend a day under .500 last season on its way to winning 101 games, second-most in franchise history, and their only time with a losing record this year had been at 3-4.
The six runs were as many as the Mets scored in their previous four games combined, but the 13 runs allowed were a season high.
New York entered with six first-inning runs this season and scored three times in the first against Ryan Feltnerr. The Mets missed a chance at a bigger inning when Daniel Vogelbach overran second and…
The Associated Press
All news and articles are copyrighted to the respective authors and/or News Broadcasters. RockyDailyNews.Com is an independent Online News Aggregator
Read more from original source here…