Let's Go Mets! MAY 17 - HOME GAME #19 vs Milwaukee Brewers (13-24)

Noah Synderguard (0-1) makes his second MLB start against Milwaukee's Willie Peralta (1-4)


Lets Go Mets! The Mets #1 prospect Noah Syndergaard shut down the Brewers offence, giving up only 3 hits and one run in 6 innings of work for his first Big League win. Curtis Granderson opened the scoring for the Mets with a lead off home run in the bottom of the first. Michael Cuddyer had a two run single in the fourth inning. The Mets remain a half game ahead of Washington atop the National League East.

Ticket Cost: $124
Time of game: 2:49
Attendance: 32,422

My game 19 view

I met a nice couple in the Delta club before the game that happened to be from the Bay Area in California. Originally from New York, they were big Mets fans out here on vacation and were catching a game. I've forgotten his and his wife's name but he was so impressed with my story he had his wife take a picture of us together.

When I went to my seat, another nice baseball fan named Dave [easier name to remember] from Colorado was sitting beside me. He was in New York with his wife, while she was on business, he came to the game. We chatted most of the game, Dave probably got tired of listening to me. The sun was hot and it got pretty warm for awhile until the cloud cover came over and cooled us off a bit. This was the first game the beer vendors were selling water and frozen ice to the crowd. I had a burger and fries delivered to my seat half way through the game. The game seemed to go quickly with someone next to me to talk to. I had seen Noah Syndergaard pitch in Fresno last year for Las Vegas. Today I got to see him get his first Major League win with hopefully many more to come.

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Mets Fan of the Day
  • Name/Nickname: Chubby (That's what his wife said)
  • Mets Fan Since: 1962 - a NY Giants fan before that.
  • Favorite Mets Player: Tom "The Franchise" Seaver
  • Favorite Mets Moment: 1969 World Series
  • Favorite Rock Band: Rolling Stones