By Jerry Dias / @ Jerryto94
The New York Mets and Houston Astros kicked off this week’s opening series this Tuesday at City Field in Queens, the so-called capital of the world. There have been changes in the order of the audience due to the removal of Michael Brandley from the list of the disabled.
Jordan Alvarez was third in the line-up and was appointed. Yuli Curiel was on his regular sixth shift and on first-floor defense.
Sancti Spirits’ courier went on to bat for the third time in the fifth inning with a pace runner and ahead of reliever Sason Shreve. Counting two balls without a strike, the Mets threw the ball fast at 90.7 mph in the middle of the free zone, sending Cuba 391 feet to the left of a shot that fell behind the fence. The link came out at 104.3 MPH and has a 90% probability of success.
The Mets are the 10th national league team and the 38-year-old infielder has knocked the ball out of the park in his major league career. Let’s see the success.