A team parading around as the New York Mets smacked five home runs out of Yankees Stadium on Monday, as the lesser of New York's two baseball teams earned an 8-5 win and a season split of the 2018 Subway Series.
While the New York Mets dropped 3 of 4 against the division leading Washington Nationals this weekend, they did end it with a 5-1 Father's Day win behind a dazzling Jacob deGrom who shut down the Nats' on the mound, and mixed in a home run at the plate.
Jacob deGrom battled through six tough innings, and Daniel Murphy helped produce all three of his team's runs as the Mets pulled out a 3-2 road win over the Dodgers in the series deciding Game 5 of the NL Division Series.
Jacob deGrom's MLB postseason debut couldn't have gone much better. The 27-year-old flame thrower outpitched three-time Cy Young Award winner Clayton Kershaw, striking out 13 Dodgers over seven shutout innings as the New York Mets grabbed Game 1 of the NLDS by a 3-1 final in Los Angeles Fr…