Scherzer Injured In The Mets Against The Cardinals

Max Scherzer left the game on Wednesday in pain on the left before the New York Mets defeated St. Louis Cardinals 11-4.

Pete Alonso made a four-run drive with a 13-1 Mets home in the post-defeat match this season. They only frustrated together this season on April 10th and 11th.

Jeff McNeil hit a two-run single and Alonso defeated a 2-2 tie with an RBI that beat rookie reliever Jake Walsh (0-1) during the fifth run of four runs. Dominic Smith brought another indisputable to the plate, and Venezuela’s Luis Guillorme culminated in a stunning RBI.


Mets was hit by pitch three times, reaching 28 in the season, the most in Major League Baseball. The total includes 8 Cardinals hits pitched in 6 games this year.

Nolan Arenado hit a Cardinals two-run home run. Albert Pujols scored two hits to pass Eddie Collins 10 times at 3,314, including a two-run single (5-1) that left Scherzer on Wednesday.

The three-time Cy Young Award-winning player left the match with two outs in six innings, with a one-on-one count against Pujols. The team reported that he would undergo an MRI on Thursday.

In the case of the Mets, Puerto Rico’s Francisco Lindor scored two runs 2-1. Luis Guillorme 3-1 in Venezuela, produced by one person. Eduardo Escobar 4-0 RBI.

In the case of Cardinals, Dominican Pujols 4-2 with 2 RBIs. Puerto Rico Yadier Molina 3-1. Juan Yepes 4-0 in Venezuela. Edmundo Sosa 2-1 in Panama.

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