NEW YORK — The New York Mets were hit by a pitch for the modern-day record 106th batter in Wednesday’s 6-0 loss to the Milwaukee Brewers.
As the Mets overtook the 2021 Cincinnati Reds for the most hitters in a season since 1900, Luis Guillorme was hit with his left foot by Brewers reliever Jake Cousins in the ninth inning, leaving an infielder on the pitch. crashed into the ground. major league.
Mets manager Buck Showalter stood up, shaking his head, and got the ball after Guillaume was hit.
“It would be obscene to tell you what I was going to do with it,” a frustrated Showalter told reporters.
“No, I honestly haven’t even thought about it. I gave it to the hitting coaches and they can do whatever they want with it.”
The road loss ended the Mets’ six-game winning streak. The Mets still lead the NL East with his 95-56 record and have already secured a postseason spot.
That sting: The Mets set an unfavorable record for 106th batter hit by a pitch
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