Tonight’s game is scheduled for a 7:10 PM ET start and can be seen on SNY as well as heard on 710 WOR.
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Yesterday, Robert Gsellman put forth his best outing of the young season as he pitched a career-high tying seven innings while allowing three runs on six hits. He walked one on the day as he struck out seven and took the no-decision. A great step for Gsellman who had struggled in his previous outings. The big key to his success came in the return of his sinker in the team’s 5-4 victory on Wednesday night. Read more from Brian Lewis in the NY Post.
The King of Queens though on Wednesday was none other than Jay Bruce. The man continues to crush it in 2017 as he hit two homers and knocked in all five runs for the team on the night. It was the sixth time in Bruce’s career where he recorded five RBI in a single game.The last time Bruce had five RBI in a game was April 7, 2016 vs. the Phillies as a member of the Reds. Read more from John Healy in the NYDN.
Both Lucas Duda and Travis d’Arnaud left Wednesday’s game early due to injury in the top of the fifth inning. The team announced Duda exited the game due to a hyperextended left elbow after a collision at first base. While the team’s catcher suffered a right wrist contusion when he hit a bat while throwing down to second base. Read more from Matt Stypulkoski on NJ.com.
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THIS DAY IN METS HISTORY
On this day in 1967, Tom Seaver earns his first Major League victory as the Mets defeated the Chicago Cubs by a score of 6-1.