MLB: Mets beat Cubs 10-1
Pete Alonso made his league-leading 19th major home game debut and Carlos Carrasco clinched his first win of the season as the New York Mets beat the Chicago Cubs 10-1 on Thursday night to avoid was swept three times.
Brett Baty knocked down New York’s first two runs, and the Mets hit 15 hits on a cold night at Wrigley Field to ruin Kyle Hendricks’ season debut for the Cubs as he returned from an injury. serious shoulder injury.
Jeff McNeil had three hits and scored three goals. New York had four consecutive basic hits with two wins in the three-round third and a 4-1 lead in Starling Marte’s two-round singles.
Alonso added a homer twice in the seventh inning and Brandon Nimmo won a treble twice in the eighth inning three times.
Dansby Swanson scored in the first game of Carrasco (1-2), who threw an effective 6 2/3 innings in his fifth game of the year and second since an injury absence of about a month elbow. A 15-match winner in 2022, the veteran right-hander has hit five shots and beat four by two walks in his longest game of the season.
Coming back from a capsular tear in his right shoulder, Hendricks (0-1) made his first appearance since June 5 last year. He gave up five runs — three earned — and six hits in four thirds. Right-handed players play five and go two.
Christopher Morel drew 0 to 3 for the Cubs, ending his 13-game winning streak this season. Morel hit it safely 14 games in a row overall, including last season’s final.
Two-time All-Star Gary Sanchez was assigned to duty by the Mets as they brought catcher Tomas Nido back to the pre-match injured list. Sanchez won 1–6 with three goals and an RBI in three games against New York, looking shaky behind the plate at times.
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Mets: Nido has been sidelined since May 7 due to dry eye syndrome. … C Omar Narvaez (calf) begins his rehab mission with Class A Brooklyn.
Cubs: INF Nick Madrigal was selected to Triple-A Iowa before the game to open a spot on the roster for the Hendricks.
Mets: Max Scherzer (2-3, 4.01 ERA) faces fellow right-hander Connor Seabold (1-1, 5.97) on Friday as the Mets open a series in Colorado.
Cubs: Justin Steele Film Festival (6-1, 2.20) vs Cincinnati RHP Hunter Greene (0-4, 4.68) as Cubs host the Red Devils.