CadensDad wrote: pokerplaya wrote:
The Mets have been pounding bad pitching lately, but once a good pitcher gets up there, they can't hit a lick. Kind of frustrating.
Isn't that was usually happens to most teams? doesn't that make one pitcher "bad" and one pitcher "good"?
Yes, but you know what I mean.
Lowe is a good pitcher, but they still should have been able to score 3-4 runs on him. Same with Jurrjens. But they can't even muster 3 hits. And every once in a while, you touch up an ace for a 6 spot. But not the Mets.
But yes, runs are harder to come by when you pitch against a good pitcher. But not this hard...