20th Jun 2014


Zack Wheeler Stopped Miami Marlins

New York Mets won the game against Miami Marlins with Zack Wheeler made his first shout out and kept the lead after David Wright’s home run on the first inning. Zack Wheeler also out-dueled Andrew Heaney who made a debut on the major league; it is also the longest outing during his career. New York Mets also won in St Louis and made consecutive wins again after the three game streaks on the end of May and early June. Wheeler struck out 8 players, allowed 3 hits and also 1 walk to make the no.6 pick in 2009 recorded 70 strikes of 111 pitches. Zack Wheeler who is a right hander managed to lower his ERA after the game with 0.96.
On the other side; Heaney let Wright to score after a home run ($3.80 with sbobet online), but managed to stop anyone else scored. He was no. 9 pick in 2012 draft; the 23 years old player is a left handed pitcher. Heaney allowed Eric Young to hit on the infield, but managed to bounce Daniel Murphy for the double play. It was before Wright made his sixth home run this season when he hit the sculpture in the left center field and eventually Wheeler managed to secure the 1 – 0 lead.
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