Rockies Hurler Tim Melville Effort Not Enough Against Mets, 1-6

Wed, Sep 18, 2019 | Emma Botos


Anthony Rendon of the Washington Nationals runs to first base, covered by Pete Alonso of the New York Mets, during a 2019 game at Nationals Park in Washington, D.C.
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September 17, 2019 -- The Rockies lose big at home to the Mets 1 to 6.

The Rockies's starting pitcher Tim Melville could not lead his team for the win. A 5.40 ERA and 0.360 OBP in the appearance against Mets. He gave up 4 earned runs over 5.2 innings pitched. The Rockies starter allowed 6 hits and 1 walk. Throwing 47 strikes in a 77 pitch outing for 2 strikeouts.

Jeff McNeil led the Mets's effort on the road against the Rockies's pitching. In 3 at bats, the hitter had a 0.386 OBP. He had a game slugging percentage of 0.525. The Mets hitter had 0 RBI and scored 0 runs in the road outing. At the plate, he had 0 strikeouts.

In the loss at home, Charlie Blackmon was not able to help the Rockies get the run needed against the Mets. He gave up 0 Ks in the game. The Rockies hitter had 1 RBI and scored 1 run in the home outing. With 3 at bats, he had a game 0.367 OBP. Leading the team in slugging for the season, Charlie Blackmon had a 0.579 slugging percentage. He had a game batting average of 0.319.

Posted at Wed, September 18, 2019 13:07:52 UTC