Syracuse Mets Snag First Win in Odd Fashion, Defeating Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, 4-3, in Ten Innnings
Trey Redfield: It may have taken five games. But finally, The Syracuse Mets have their first win in two thousand twenty-two, taking down the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders by a score of four to three in ten innings on Saturday night because Ryan LaMarre, who came in Miguel Andujar, dropped the ball in left field right behind me. After the game, it was Syracuse manager Kevin Boles that said a win is a win – and the Mets will take it.
Kevin Boles: It feels good. It was, uh, you know, interesting game. Saw some bad hops in the air, towards the end of the game. But just anyway you can pull out a win, especially with what we’ve been through the last few nights. Our guys are playing hard, but we haven’t played the greatest baseball. But tonight, for them to get a victory under their belt is good for them. Better to have more runs, I’ll tell you that. I mean, you got to look at the positives.
Trey Redfield: Four runs on three hits and one error is not the most ideal way to win a baseball game. But you know what they say in America’s pastime: a win is a win, and the Mets will be looking for their second straight W on Sunday against the RailRiders. First pitch is set for 1:05. This is Trey Redfield, reporting from NBT Bank Stadium or CitrusTV.