We’re making the plays that need to be made and I think that’s really, really important." NY METS:How the Mets starting pitchers have led strong start to 2021 season Whether it be a big at-bat (Francisco Lindor driving in the go-ahead run in the final inning of Saturday's 4-3 win) or a big defensive play (James McCann gunning down Trevor Story at second base to end Sunday's 2-1 win), the Mets are indeed making these plays when they need to be made.
Stroman (3-0) allowed three hits and struck out five. He also helped himself with a spectacular backhand play to start the eighth. The nimble right-hander shuffled quickly off the mound to his right and reached behind his back with his glove to snag Josh Fuentes’ grounder.
Josh Fuentes fields a grounder from Pete Alonso and spins his body around to make the throw and get the out in the top of the 4th inning