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Coming into this series, both of these teams were hotter than the pizza rolls your Mom used to heat up right out of the oven. Watching the Mets lose behind a Max Scherzer gem made me sick to my knees, and with the black jerseys on, no less. As much as we all know and love him, I’m writing that game off to Keith Hernandez’s comments. The worst thing anybody can do is give a Philly sports franchise ANOTHER reason to play with a chip on their shoulder. The fact that the Phillies won on a defensive play was a bigger slap in the face than the one you get when you make a joke about your famous friend’s wife’s hair loss.
After a slight mid-season lull, the Mets look like the team to beat in New York. Not only has the starting rotation been lights out, but guys like Jeff McNeil and Brandon Nimmo are getting on base consistently again after July slumps. McNeil left yesterday with a cut on his hand, so he should be good to go by 7:15 tonight. Easy out Escobar, on the other hand, to be determined. Aaron Nola takes on Jacob Degrom in what’s going to be an incredible game two. Nola looked very human in August; he also plays at his worst during night games. I expect a low-scoring game with more K’s on Jacob Degrom’s box score than my ex-girlfriend texts me. Take the Mets in game two and be sure to take advantage of the closest thing to free money without having to sell your body.