METS LOSE 3-1, SERIES GOES TO A DO OR DIE GAME 5!
Steven Matz was more than serviceable through five frames. A bunch of little hits and then Turner, well he's hitting everything. I told you he'd be a thorn in our side.
Kershaw was amazing in a very blasé way. He just hit all his spots while Matz was missing his. It was quite a performance and should hopefully put an end to his postseason performance jinx once and for all.
This was the turner point for me. I mean turning point. It was a good at bat by Kershaw, and Matz tried to drop that curve in there one too many times.
Now you might think this is the Turner point and I suppose, literally speaking, it is, but I don't consider it the turning point. But damn you Turner, what did we ever do to you...? Oh yea. Well still, cut it out already. Okay, we should have kept you. I CONCEDE!
Stop showing everyone how pissed off you are Steve. We get it, you care. But leave those kind of faces for us fans.
I've been doing this same dance since I've been 12 years old.
Now I was paying attention to the game, well, as much as you can when you are watching it with others & yakkin, but what shocked me the most about Muffy's long ball was it was the Mets first hit of the game! Yikes!
|^Grimm should be feeling de-jaVu|
Matz pitched a good game. He was a little nitpicky with his pitches but overall he did a commendable job for a rook on the hot seat. He kept us in the game. It didn't matter. Kershaw kept us out of it.
Wright made a nice over the railing grab of a foul ball in the 8th. We need to hear some noise from The Captain out in L.A..
Awww, shaddup. It was a slow card day in Mets Fantazyland.
GET 'EM IN L.A.!
A game five for all the marbles. I don't know if I'm prepared for this kind of intensity. Well, nothing's easy folks.