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Glavine strikes out 11 Brewers to run Mets' streak to seven straight

CBS SportsLine.com wire reports
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NEW YORK -- In and out. Up and down. Tom Glavine hit his spots all night Friday.

Glavine took advantage of the lowest-scoring team in the major leagues, striking out 11 Milwaukee batters over six innings as the New York Mets defeated the Brewers 4-3.

"The changeup was particularly good," Glavine said, reflecting on his 277th career victory. "The fastball's location was good. It hit both sides of the plate. It was a good formula."

It was not classic Glavine because he rarely has that many strikeouts. It was just the 13th time in his career he's had 10 or more in a game. And he felt it.

"That many strikeouts is a lot of work," the left-hander said. "I don't expect to do that very often. I was tired."

So after 107 pitches, he turned the game over to the bullpen. Milwaukee manager Ned Yost wasn't sorry to see him go.

"Glavine was vintage today," Yost said. "He was as good as I've seen him in a long time. Tommy was dead on."

The Brewers, lowest-scoring team in the majors, rallied for two runs in the seventh against Aaron Heilman. Duaner Sanchez neded 45 pitches to get through two innings and deliver the game to closer Billy Wagner, who got his third save and finished New York's seventh straight win. It is the Mets longest winning streak since Sept. 3-9, 2002, and New York is 8-1 for the first time since 1985.

"Sanchez kept us on the edge of our seats," Mets manager Willie Randolph said. "He made pitches when he had to. He likes the ball every day."

Well, almost.

Sanchez said maybe he would not want the ball on Saturday.

"That was a lot of pitches," he said. "I probably need a day."

Xavier Nady put the Mets in front early, hitting his second home run of the season with two outs in the second inning after Chris Capuano (1-2) retired the first five New York hitters.

The Mets added to their lead with two outs in the third when Jose Reyes singled and scored from first on a double by Paul Lo Duca. After Carlos Beltran walked, Carlos Delgado delivered an RBI single that made it 3-0. Capuano escaped further trouble by slipping a called third strike past David Wright to end the inning.

In the fifth, Capuano opened with a single and reached second when left fielder Victor Diaz, making his first start of the season, let the ball get past him for an error. Capuano moved to third on a fly ball and scored on a single by J.J. Hardy. Glavine then struck out Geoff Jenkins and Carlos Lee, ending the rally. Jenkins and Lee combined for five strikeouts against Glavine.

Glavine opened the fifth with a single and after Reyes forced him, Bill Hall's throwing error gave the Mets runners at first and third with one out. Beltran walked, loading the bases and Delgado grounded out with Reyes scoring before the Brewers could complete an inning-ending double play.

"That was a sloppy inning," Capuano said. "Take it away, and maybe we win."

Heilman relieved Glavine to start the seventh inning and allowed hits to Damian Miller and pinch-hitter Gabe Gross. A wild pitch allowed Miller to score and, after Brady Clark walked, Duaner Sanchez relieved. The runners advanced on an infield out, and Jenkins delivered a sacrifice fly, making it 4-3. Lee was walked intentionally and Sanchez got Hall on a grounder, leaving two runners stranded.

In the eighth, Rickie Weeks opened with an infield single and stole second. Sanchez struck out Prince Fielder but walked Miller. Pinch-hitter Corey Koskie struck out and Brady Clark bounced out, ending the rally.

Notes

  • The start of the game was delayed 1 hour, 32 minutes by rain.
  • Nady's homer came on a 3-1 pitch.
  • Glavine's second-inning strikeout of Hall was the 2,363rd of his career and moved him past Charlie Hough into 38th place.
  • It was the 13th time Glavine has struck out 10 or more batters in a game.
  • Glavine threw 107 pitches, 70 for strikes.
  • Miller's seventh-inning single snapped an 0-for-16 streak.
  • 2B Kaz Matsui went 1-for-4 and committed an error playing for the Class-A St. Lucie Mets. Matsui is rehabbing a sprained right knee.
 
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Demonstrative Duaner Sanchez celebrates after shutting down the Brewers in the eighth.  (AP)
Demonstrative Duaner Sanchez celebrates after shutting down the Brewers in the eighth. (AP)

Players of the Game
New York

T. Glavine
IP 6.0
H 6
ER 0
BB 1
K 11
Milwaukee

P. Fielder
AB 4
R 0
H 2
HR 0
RBI 0
 
Milwaukee Brewers
Brady Clark, CF4010113 .200
J.J. Hardy, SS5011001 .250
Geoff Jenkins, RF4001032 .256
Carlos Lee, LF4010131 .333
Bill Hall, 3B3000123 .167
Rickie Weeks, 2B4010022 .281
Prince Fielder, 1B4020011 .316
Damian Miller, C3110104 .174
Chris Capuano, P2110010 .200
   a- Gabe Gross, PH1110000 .429
    Justin Lehr, P0000000 .000
   b- Corey Koskie, PH1000012 .381
    Jorge De La Rosa, P0000000 .000
Totals3539241419 
a-singled for Capuano in the 7th
b-struck out for Lehr in the 8th
Batting
SF - Geoff Jenkins (1)
RBI - J.J. Hardy (4), Geoff Jenkins (1)
SB - Rickie Weeks (3, 2nd base off Sanchez/Lo Duca)
Team LOB - 10
Fielding
DP - Weeks-Hardy-Fielder, Fielder-D. Miller-Weeks-Hardy
E - Bill Hall (1, Wild throw)
Milwaukee Brewers
Chris Capuano (L,1-2) 6643261 3.93
Justin Lehr 1000020 0.00
Jorge De La Rosa 1000000 0.00
Pitches-Strikes - Chris Capuano 94-0, Justin Lehr 15-0, Jorge De La Rosa 9-0
Ground Balls-Fly Balls - Chris Capuano 5-6, Justin Lehr 1-0, Jorge De La Rosa 3-0
Batters Faced - Chris Capuano 25, Justin Lehr 3, Jorge De La Rosa 3
New York Mets
Jose Reyes, SS4210021 .326
Paul Lo Duca, C4111000 .290
Carlos Beltran, CF2000200 .276
Carlos Delgado, 1B4012010 .378
David Wright, 3B3000012 .429
Xavier Nady, RF3111000 .353
Victor Diaz, LF3010020 .125
    Aaron Heilman, P0000000 .000
    Duaner Sanchez, P0000000 .000
    Billy Wagner, P0000000 .000
Anderson Hernandez, 2B3000001 .167
Tom Glavine, P2010010 .750
    Endy Chavez, LF1000010 .500
Totals29464284 
Batting
2B - Paul Lo Duca (3, Capuano)
HR - Xavier Nady (2, Capuano)
RBI - Paul Lo Duca (3), Carlos Delgado 2 (9), Xavier Nady (3)
2-OUT RBI - Paul Lo Duca (2), Carlos Delgado (3), Xavier Nady (2)
Team LOB - 3
Fielding
E - Victor Diaz (1, Misplayed grounder)
New York Mets
Tom Glavine (W,2-0) 66101110 1.50
Aaron Heilman0222100 5.40
Duaner Sanchez (H,3) 2100220 0.00
Billy Wagner (S,3) 1000010 1.50
IBB - Lee by Duaner Sanchez
WP - Aaron Heilman (1)
Pitches-Strikes - Tom Glavine 107-0, Aaron Heilman 10-0, Duaner Sanchez 45-0, Billy Wagner 16-0
Ground Balls-Fly Balls - Tom Glavine 3-4, Duaner Sanchez 3-1, Billy Wagner 1-1
Batters Faced - Tom Glavine 25, Aaron Heilman 3, Duaner Sanchez 9, Billy Wagner 3
Game Information
Attendance - 37489
Game Time - 2:51
Temperature - 55
Umpires - Home - Terry Craft, First Base - Dan Iassogna, Second Base - Ron Kulpa, Third Base - Dale Scott