— Elite Sports NY (@EliteSportsNY) June 15, 2016
Looking for somebody to step up offensively, the New York Mets received a 1st-inning boost from youngster Matt Reynolds on Wednesday.
Even the most pessimistic New York Mets fan didn’t think they’d ever see such an inept offense similar to that of the early part of the 2015 season.
I mean, let’s be honest: they sucked. When Eric Campbell is playing a major role offensively, things aren’t looking so hot.
Thanks to injuries and confidence issues (hello Mikey C.), the Mets offense in 2016 is now dangerously rivaling last season’s.
On Wednesday night, however, the Mets and Noah Syndergaard (the starter) received a nice 1st-inning boost from youngster Matt Reynolds.
Reynolds, facing Pittsburgh Pirates starter Jeff Locke, smacked a much needed two out, 2-run double down the left field line to stake Thor to an early 3-0 lead (video above).