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Jacob deGrom and the New York Mets smacked around Luis Severino and the Yankees on Monday night at the Stadium.

Luis Severino has fallen hard yet again. Surrendering two runs in the top of the first and then again in the top of the third, Sevy continues his miserable stretch of starting baseball games for the New York Yankees.

This time, those Mets took advantage, winning 8-5.

The NL New York team piled up 15 hits on the night. Six Mets collected two hits apiece while Amed Rosario, Jose Bautista, Brandon Nimmo and Michael Conforto all homered.


NL starting pitching stud, Jacob deGrom, took the ball to earn his seventh win of the season by allowing just two earned runs on five hits in 6.2 innings while striking out 12 Bombers.

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Sevy’s final line consisted of four runs on seven hits in just four innings of work. His arm just looks completely dead compared to the first-half Sevy.

After Jeremy Blevins recorded an out and Seth Lugo relented two runs in the eighth inning, Robert Gsellman picked up his seventh save of the season.

For the Yankees, only Aaron Hicks was able to tally more than one hit. The team could only muster seven on this night that hosted the last Subway Series game of 2018.

Next up for the Mets will be a short two-game set in Baltimore against the Orioles. The Yankees will stay home while welcoming in the Tampa Bay Rays for a three-game slate.

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