Mets Game 12: Loss to the Brewers
The Mets dropped the final game of the series, losing to the Brewers by a score of 4-2. Nelson Figueroa did a great job filling in for the injured Mike Pelfrey. Figueroa tossed six innings, allowing 3 runs on 5 hits.
Milwaukee starter Jeff Suppan was also solid, throwing 6 innings and allowing two runs on eight hits. Brewers reliever Todd Coffey entered the game in the seventh inning and closed out the game for an eight-out save.
- Jose Reyes and Danny Murphy each collected 3 hits
- JJ Hardy was called out on fan interference in the sixth inning when a fan reached over the left field rail to grab his fly ball.
- WFAN’s Wayne Hagin did his best to describe the Hardy interference play, but confessed that he can’t view the left field corner from the broadcast booth and he doesn’t have a monitor. Take heart Mets fans – the BROADCASTERS can’t even see the field.
- Hardy’s interference fly ball was followed by a Mike Cameron home run
- The Mets were 2-for-13 with runners in scoring position
- The Mets left 10 runners on base
- The Mets are now 51-28 against the Brewers since Milwaukee joined the National League
- The Mets are now 6-6