The New York Mets made their Target Field debutFargo, ND (WDAY TV)-- The New York Mets made their Target Field debut, a memorable one.
By: WDAY Staff Reports, WDAY
Fargo, ND (WDAY TV)-- The New York Mets made their Target Field debut, a memorable one.
Playing in below-freezing temperatures and scoring 16 runs on the Twins.
That's just one run shy than the Marlins have all year.
Minnesota trying to have a short memory,
I don't think that's possible for Aaron Hicks right now.
The Twins lead-off hitter, struck out 3 more times today, he leads the majors with 20 and he has the worst batting average as well.
Scott Diamond making his season debut, he pitched well until the 5th,
Marlyn Byrd lets one fly to the upper-deck in left. Diamond went 4 and a third allowing 4 earned runs.
Mets starter Matt Harvey took a no-hitter into the 7th, but Justin Morneau ends it in a big way, hammering this pitch to deep right, Morneau's first of the year.
Twins had a chance to tie in the 9th, down 2 with a man-on, but Ryan Doumit strikes out looking.
New York takes game two, 4-2. The Twins will try to avoid the sweep tomorrow.