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Mets Explode in First Inning, Rays’ Glasnow Out and More

May 10, 2019; New York City, NY, USA; New York Mets shortstop Amed Rosario (1) breaks his bat while grounding into a double play during the sixth inning against the Miami Marlins at Citi Field. Mandatory Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

The Mets held a meeting Friday with manager Mickey Callaway, general manger Brodie van Wagenen and chief operating officer Jeff Wilpon. Sometimes meetings are just for show, a sign players and managers care even if they can’t figure it out on the field. Other times they work like a charm, and that seemed to be the case here, as the Mets exploded for eight runs in the first inning in an 11-2 rout of the Miami Marlins. Elsewhere, the Rays lost a red-hot starting pitcher.

It’s hard to say a meeting of the manager and executives caused Amed Rosario to hit a grand slam, but hey, whatever works, right?

Tyler Glasnow, a steal from a trade with the Pirates last year, has become one of two Rays aces, along with Blake Snell. But now Tampa Bay will be without Glasnow for about 4-6 weeks.

The Mariners’ Felix Hernandez doesn’t pitch much like King Felix anymore, but he joined some royalty Saturday morning with his 2,500th strikeout.

And speaking of milestones, the Angels’ Albert Pujols may end up getting his 2,000th-RBI home run ball after all.

And now to end on an incredibly cool note: The Angels’ Mike Trout made a child fan’s wish come true Friday night, a couple of different times.


• Rosario hits slam in 8-run first as Mets rout Marlins 11-2 | Associated Press

• Rays’ Tyler Glasnow, the AL’s ERA leader, will miss at least a month due to a strained forearm | CBS Sports

• King Felix becomes just 36th to reach 2,500 Ks|

• Trout goes deep after superfan asks for HR |

Written by GMS staff report

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