March 22, 2022
Mets right-hander Max Scherzer allowed a five-run winning streak, but took on the loss as New York got just two hits against the Miami Marlins when they fell 3-0 on Monday in Jupiter, Florida.
Scherzer hit five and only delivered three hits. Designated hitter Avisail Garcia got a single for leading man Jazz Chisholm in the first inning to give the Marlins an advantage they would never give up.
Miami right-hander Elieser Hernandez started the game and struck out three in two innings to get the win. Right-hander Max Meyer pitched four hits with no hits with five strikeouts in Hernandez’s relief.
Red Sox 5, Braves 0
Boston improved to 5-0 with a six-hit whistle from Atlanta in Fort Myers, Florida, while left fielder Ryan Fitzgerald made a lone home run in the eighth, giving him two long balls and three total hits in seven innings this spring.
Yankees 5, Filis 2
A first entry of three races propelled New York to its first win this spring in Tampa. DJ LeMaheiu, Giancarlo Stanton and Aaron Hicks all doubled at the bottom of the first and Philadelphia right-hander Hans Crouse hit the outings after 2/3 of an inning to take the defeat.
Orioles 10, Gemini 8
Third baseman Chris Owings got a pair of doubles while Baltimore secured his first win of the spring on a record over Minnesota in Sarasota, Florida. Austin Martin and Matt Wallner went deep for the Twins.
Blue Jays 3, Tigers 1
Right-hander Nate Pearson scored four goals in a two-game winning streak while Toronto held Detroit to just two hits to go 3-1 this spring in Lakeland, Florida. Willi Castro was 1 of 2 with a double for the Tigers.
Pirates 5, Lightning 1
Bryan Reynolds hit a bases-loaded triple and Oneil Cruz hit a home run solo when Pittsburgh defeated Tampa Bay in Port Charlotte, Florida. Randy Arozarena was 3 of 3 for the Rays.
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MLB Summary: Mets RHP Max Scherzer allows 1 ER, leads L
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