Who Won the Mets Yankees Series?

The New York Mets and the New York Yankees met in a seven-game series this past week, with the Mets taking home the victory. Who won the series?

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Mets

The Mets and Yankees met in an exciting four-game series, with the Mets taking home the victory. This was a huge series for both teams, as they are both fighting for a spot in the playoffs. The Mets won the series, 3-1.

Pitching

The Mets and Yankees swapped aces in the final game of their four-game series, with the Mets coming out on top. Marcus Stroman pitched six innings of one-run baseball, while Masahiro Tanaka was tagged for four runs in five innings. The Mets’ offense was led by Jeff McNeil, who had three hits and two RBI, and Pete Alonso, who homered for the second straight game.

Hitting

In 7 games, the Mets had a total of 41 hits, with a batting average of. 241. Curtis Granderson led the team in hits, with 9. The Mets also had 11 home runs in the series, with Lucas Duda and Daniel Murphy each hitting 3.

Fielding

A team’s defensive success is highly dependent on its fielders. Fielding percentage, errors, and double plays are important statistics when it comes to determining which team will win a game. The Mets have the advantage when it comes to fielding percentage. They have committed the fewest errors of any team in the National League. The Yankees have been better at turning double plays, but the Mets have been more effective at preventing opponents from getting extra-base hits.

Yankees

The New York Yankees have won the AL East title for the 2017 season. They have clinched the top spot in the division and will now go on to play in the American League Divisional Series. This is the first time the Yankees have won the division since 2012.

Pitching

One of the keys to the Yankees’ success this season has been their pitching, which has been nothing short of stellar. The Yankees currently have the best ERA in the majors, and they’ve been led by aces Gerrit Cole and Masahiro Tanaka. Cole has been lights out since joining the Yankees last offseason, posting a 2.25 ERA and 0.96 WHIP in 21 starts. Tanaka, meanwhile, has a 3.10 ERA and 1.13 WHIP in 25 starts.

The Yankees also have one of the best bullpens in baseball, led by All-Star closer Aroldis Chapman. Chapman has 27 saves this season and is sporting a 1.90 ERA and 0.89 WHIP. The Yankees’ bullpen also features setup men Zack Britton and Chad Green, who have been very effective in their roles.

Hitting

In baseball, hitting is the act of causing the baseball to contact the bat, resulting in a hit. The primary objectives of hitting are to receive a pitch that is thrown by the pitcher and to hit the ball hard enough so that it travels safely into the field of play. In addition, hitters also attempt to draw walks and advance runners along the bases.

In statistics, a hit (denoted by H), also called a base hit, is credited to a batter when he safely reaches first base after hitting the ball into fair territory, without the benefit of an error or fielder’s choice.

Fielding

One of the most important aspects of baseball is fielding. Fielding is the act of catching and throwing the ball to another player on your team, or tagging a runner out. There are nine positions on a baseball field, and each player has a specific role to play. The positions are:

Pitcher – The pitcher is the player who throws the ball to the batter.
Catcher – The catcher is the player who catches the ball thrown by the pitcher.
First baseman – The first baseman is the player who fields balls hit to the first base side of the infield.
Second baseman – The second baseman is the player who fields balls hit to the second base side of the infield.
Third baseman – The third baseman is the player who fields balls hit to the third base side of the infield.
Shortstop – The shortstop is the player who fields balls hit to the shortstop position, which is between second and third base.
Left fielder – The left fielder is the player who plays in left field, which is on the first base side of the outfield.
Center fielder – The center fielder is plyer who plays in center field, which is in between left and right field.
Right fielder – The right fielder is plyer who plays in right field, which is onthe third base side of outfielder

Results

The Mets Yankees series was a best of seven game series that took place from October 19-25. The Yankees won the series 4-3.

Game 1

The New York Yankees won the first game of their series against the New York Mets on Friday night, 5-3.

Game 2

The Mets took an early lead in the game, but the Yankees quickly came back and took the lead in the bottom of the fourth inning. The Mets then tied the game in the top of the fifth inning and took the lead again in the top of the sixth inning. The Yankees then tied the game in the bottom of the sixth inning and took the lead again in the bottom of the seventh inning. The Mets then tied the game in the top of eighth inning, but lost in extras by a score of 5-4.

Game 3

In Game 3, the Mets take an early lead, but the Yankees quickly catch up. The game is tied in the bottom of the ninth inning, when Mets player Kirk Nieuwenhuis hits a walk-off home run, giving the Mets a 3-2 victory and a 2-1 series lead.

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