With Loss and an Injury, It’s Just Another Day for the Mets
“It’s not too bad at all, from the last time I pulled my hamstring,” said Gsellman, who could be replaced by Rafael Montero in the rotation.
Gsellman was relieved by Paul Sewald, whose three scoreless innings allowed the Mets
to tie the score in the top of the seventh on a solo home run by Travis d’Arnaud.
By JAMES WAGNERJUNE 27, 2017
MIAMI — In many ways, the Mets’ 6-3 loss to the Miami Marlins on Tuesday encapsulated their season.
The first-inning struggles of Robert Gsellman continued, as he put the Mets in a 3-1 deficit to start the game,
but the worst news of the night for the Mets was yet to come.
The Mets had a chance to score more in that inning, but Curtis Granderson, one of the team’s best hitters of late, hit into a double play.