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  • Mets @ Phillies: 08/16 7:45 PM ET; SNY; NBC; WOR, ESPN, WPHT



    GAME 120, ROAD GAME 59

    Thursday, 16th August
    7:45 PM ET
    Citizens Bank Park





    METS -- STANDINGS -- PHILLIES



    GAME START WEATHER



    METS -- LINEUPS -- PHILLIES

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    Top of 1:
    Mets first. Rosario doubled to left. McNeil doubled to left, Rosario to third. Conforto doubled to right, Rosario scored, McNeil scored. Flores popped out to third baseman Franco. Jackson lined out to right fielder N.Williams. J.Bautista walked. Mesoraco lined out to right fielder N.Williams.
    Runs: 2, Hits: 3

    Bottom of 1:
    Phillies first. C.Hernández singled to left. W.Ramos struck out. N.Williams singled to left, C.Hernández to second. Hoskins homered off the left field foul pole on a 2-2 count, C.Hernández scored, N.Williams scored. C.Santana flied out to center fielder Jackson. Franco lined out to right fielder J.Bautista.
    Runs: 3, Hits: 3

    Top of 2:
    Mets second. Reinheimer grounded out, first baseman C.Santana unassisted. Matz flied out to center fielder Quinn. Rosario grounded out, third baseman Franco to first baseman C.Santana.
    Runs: 0, Hits: 0

    Bottom of 2:
    Phillies second. Kingery homered to left on a 2-1 count. Eflin struck out. Quinn safe at first on throwing error by pitcher Matz. On Mesoraco's passed ball, Quinn to second. Quinn stole third. C.Hernández walked. W.Ramos singled to right, Quinn scored, C.Hernández to second. N.Williams grounded into fielder's choice, shortstop Rosario unassisted, C.Hernández to third, W.Ramos out. C.Hernández stole home, N.Williams stole second. Hoskins was hit by a pitch. C.Santana lined out to center fielder Jackson.
    Runs: 3, Hits: 2

    Top of 3:
    Mets third. McNeil grounded out, shortstop Kingery to first baseman C.Santana. Conforto flied out to center fielder Quinn. Flores flied out to center fielder Quinn.
    Runs: 0, Hits: 0

    Bottom of 3:
    Phillies third. Sewald pitching. Franco grounded out, third baseman Reinheimer to first baseman Flores. Kingery struck out. Eflin struck out.
    Runs: 0, Hits: 0

    Top of 4:
    Mets fourth. Jackson doubled to left. J.Bautista struck out. Mesoraco walked on a full count. Reinheimer grounded into fielder's choice, shortstop Kingery to second baseman C.Hernández, Jackson to third, Mesoraco out. J.Reyes pinch-hitting for Sewald. J.Reyes lined out to first baseman C.Santana.
    Runs: 0, Hits: 1

    Bottom of 4:
    Phillies fourth. Smith pitching. Quinn grounded out, pitcher Smith to first baseman Flores. C.Hernández popped out to left fielder Conforto. W.Ramos doubled to left. On Mesoraco's passed ball, W.Ramos to third. N.Williams flied out to left fielder Conforto.
    Runs: 0, Hits: 1

    Top of 5:
    Mets fifth. Rosario struck out. McNeil struck out. Conforto flied out to left fielder Hoskins.
    Runs: 0, Hits: 0

    Bottom of 5:
    Phillies fifth. Hoskins singled to center. C.Santana fouled out to third baseman Reinheimer. Franco struck out. Kingery singled to left, Hoskins to second. Hoskins was out advancing, left fielder Conforto to third baseman Reinheimer, Hoskins out.
    Runs: 0, Hits: 2

    Top of 6:
    Mets sixth. Flores lined out to right fielder N.Williams. Jackson struck out. J.Bautista walked. Mesoraco flied out to right fielder N.Williams.
    Runs: 0, Hits: 0

    Bottom of 6:
    Phillies sixth. Wahl pitching. Eflin fouled out to first baseman Flores. Quinn hit an infield single to shortstop. Quinn stole second. C.Hernández doubled to center, Quinn scored. W.Ramos struck out. N.Williams singled to center, C.Hernández scored. Hoskins flied out to center fielder Jackson.
    Runs: 2, Hits: 3

    Top of 7:
    Mets seventh. Reinheimer singled to left. Frazier pinch-hitting for Wahl. Frazier struck out. Rosario doubled to left, Reinheimer scored. McNeil grounded out, second baseman C.Hernández to first baseman C.Santana, Rosario to third. Conforto singled to right, Rosario scored. Lu.García pitching. Flores fouled out to first baseman C.Santana.
    Runs: 2, Hits: 3

    Bottom of 7:
    Phillies seventh. Bashlor pitching. C.Santana doubled to center. Franco doubled to left, C.Santana scored. Kingery popped out to first baseman Flores. Bour pinch-hitting for Lu.García. Bour grounded out, shortstop Rosario to first baseman Flores, Franco to third. Quinn flied out to center fielder Jackson.
    Runs: 1, Hits: 2

    Top of 8:
    Mets eighth. Arano pitching. Jackson grounded out, shortstop Kingery to first baseman C.Santana. J.Bautista popped out to second baseman C.Hernández. Mesoraco walked on a full count. Reinheimer struck out.
    Runs: 0, Hits: 0

    Bottom of 8:
    Phillies eighth. C.Hernández flied out to left fielder Conforto. W.Ramos singled to left. N.Williams lined into a double play, second baseman McNeil to first baseman Flores, W.Ramos out.
    Runs: 0, Hits: 1

    Top of 9:
    Mets ninth. Ríos pitching. Plawecki pinch-hitting for Bashlor. Plawecki safe at second on throwing error by pitcher Ríos. Rosario walked on a full count. McNeil flied out to center fielder Quinn, Plawecki to third. Conforto singled to center, Plawecki scored, Rosario to second. Domínguez pitching. Flores singled to right, Rosario scored, Conforto to third. Jackson struck out. J.Bautista struck out.
    Runs: 2, Hits: 2

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      Hoskins Homers Again, Phillies Beat Mets 9-6 to Earn Split



      by ROB MAADDI

      PHILADELPHIA, PA -- Rhys Hoskins erased an ugly start with one big swing.

      Hoskins hit a three-run homer, Scott Kingery had a solo shot and the Philadelphia Phillies beat the New York Mets 9-6 on Thursday night to split their doubleheader.

      In the first game, Jose Bautista hit a grand slam and had a career-high seven RBIs as the Mets set a franchise record for runs, prompting the Phillies to use two position players to pitch the final three innings of a 24-4 rout.

      Philadelphia manager Gabe Kapler defended the decision to use Roman Quinn and Kingery on the mound in the opener and took plenty of heat from fans and media on social media.

      His players backed him up.

      "You trust Gabe," Hoskins said. "It's worked. We don't see any madness in his method."

      The Phillies moved within 1 1/2 games of NL East-leading Atlanta.

      The Mets began the nightcap with three straight doubles on Zach Eflin's first four pitches. Michael Conforto's two-run double made it 2-0.

      But then Hoskins crushed one high off the foul pole to give the Phillies a 3-2 lead in the bottom half against Steven Matz (5-10), just activated from the disabled list. Hoskins, who went deep in both ends of the twinbill, has 11 of his 25 homers since the All-Star break - and three in the last four games.

      "Rhys set the tone," Kapler said. "We're not down for long. We can take a punch and come out swinging."

      The Phillies added three runs in the second. Kingery homered, Wilson Ramos had an RBI single and Cesar Hernandez swiped home on a double steal.

      Eflin (9-4) gave up four runs and seven hits in 6 2/3 innings. Seranthony Dominguez got the last two outs.

      "I was in a funk the whole night and didn't have my best command, but my slider saved me," Eflin said.

      In the opener, Corey Oswalt (2-2) allowed four solo homers in six innings, Amed Rosario hit a leadoff homer and had three RBIs and the Mets took advantage of four errors to score 11 unearned runs.

      Even reliever Jerry Blevins got his first career hit, a line-drive RBI single off Kingery.

      "There's nothing better," Blevins said. "It's something you dream about as a kid. When I tell the story, I'll say I turned around a 95 (mph fastball). It's pretty awesome."

      The Mets scored more than 15 runs in consecutive games for the first time in franchise history. They beat Baltimore 16-5 Wednesday night.

      Hoskins, Maikel Franco, Nick Williams and Jorge Alfaro went deep for the Phillies.

      Quinn, the team's fourth outfielder, gave up a homer to Conforto on his second pitch - a 79 mph fastball. Quinn got five outs, gave up seven runs and threw 42 pitches. Kingery went the final 1 1/3 innings and allowed two runs.

      Mets right fielder Brandon Nimmo left the game after injuring his left index finger hitting a grounder to third base with two outs and the bases loaded in the third. Nimmo fell to the ground as the ball rolled to Franco, who was late tagging third but threw to first to easily get the out.

      X-rays on Nimmo's finger were negative and he said he'll have an MRI on Friday. Bautista replaced him.

      "I just said, `Oh, crud,'" Nimmo said. "It hit my knuckle."

      Phillies starter Ranger Suarez (1-1) gave up eight runs - four earned - and 11 hits in four innings. Mark Leiter Jr. allowed seven unearned runs and four hits in one inning.

      After Alfaro's shot cut it to 5-4, the Mets broke loose for a 10-run fifth. Suarez balked in a run and exited after Bautista followed with an RBI single. Another run scored on Alfaro's throwing error on Oswalt's sacrifice, and Rosario drove one in on a fielder's choice grounder.

      Hoskins then dropped Austin Jackson's two-out fly ball for an error, and another run scored. After Wilmer Flores' RBI single, Bautista connected for his 10th homer. Bautista had a chance to hit another slam when he faced Quinn in the eighth but walked on a 3-2 pitch over his head. Bautista added an RBI double off Kingery.

      RUN BARRAGE

      The Mets' previous record was 23 runs at the Cubs on Aug. 16, 2017.

      DOMINATING PHILLY

      The Mets are 42-19 over their past 61 games at Citizens Bank Park since 2012.

      GOING DEEP

      Bautista has 13 seasons of double-digit homers since 2005. Only Albert Pujols has more with 14.

      TRAINER'S ROOM

      Mets: David Wright went 0 for 3 in his latest rehab game for Class A St. Lucie. In six innings at third base, he had one assist and one putout.

      Phillies: LHP Aaron Loup (left forearm strain) and lefty Austin Davis (low back tightness) were placed on the 10-day disabled list. Suarez and right-hander Mark Leiter Jr. were recalled from Triple-A Lehigh Valley.

      UP NEXT

      RHP Noah Syndergaard (8-2, 3.22 ERA) goes for the Mets and RHP Aaron Nola (13-3, 2.28) starts for the Phillies in a marquee matchup Friday night.

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