Nick Noonan

Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 185
Bat: L
Throw: R
College: None
Birth Place: Poway, California
Draft: 2007 Sandwich pick by the
  • What's on tap for Tuesday, May 30
    SNY2 hours ago

    What's on tap for Tuesday, May 30

    Mets infielder Wilmer Flores continued his solid hitting against right-handed pitching by going 3-for-4 in Monday's 4-2 win over the Milwaukee Brewers at Citi Field. Flores singled in each of his three at-bats against Brewers RHP Matt Garza, scoring on Robert Gsellman's fifth-inning sac fly that gave New York a 2-1 lead. Since starting the season 1-for-22 against right-handed pitchers, Flores is hitting .380 with one home run and 11 RBIs against right-handers in May. It's a stark contrast from 2016, when he had a .232/.289/.353 batting line against right-handers and a .340/.383/.710 line against left-handed pitchers. But manager Terry Collins has noticed that Flores is seeing the ball better

  • Mets earn second straight win, 4-2, over Brewers

    Mets earn second straight win, 4-2, over Brewers

    Things you should know about tonight's game... 1) Robert Gsellman allowed two runs -- one earned -- on three hits and a walk with five strikeouts in seven innings to pick up his fourth win of the year. He also drove in two runs with a sacrifice fly and a bases-loaded walk. 2) Rene Rivera and Michael Conforto had RBI doubles during a three-run fifth. Wilmer Flores was the only Met with a multi-hit game after going 3-for-4. 3) Paul Sewald struck out two in a perfect eighth and Addison Reed escaped a two-on, no-out jam in the ninth to record his seventh save in nine opportunities. Post-game reaction from Michael Avallone... A nice tidy win for the Mets thanks to -- surprise, surprise -- strong starting

  • ABC News

    Road wins key so far for surprising Twins, Brewers

    The Minnesota Twins and Milwaukee Brewers are both in first place, meaning the season has been a surprising success so far. If only their home fans had been able to enjoy it a little more often. The Twins and Brewers are in this position because of their performance on the road. Minnesota is 14-5 away from home, and Milwaukee is 13-8. Both are below .500 at home. They played at home Sunday, with the Brewers beating Arizona and the Twins losing to Tampa Bay . Although they haven't always put on a great show in front of their season-ticket holders, Milwaukee and Minnesota are leading the divisions that include last year's World Series participants. The Chicago Cubs figured to be formidable in the