Here are the current updates on present and previous Mets who are playing in the World Baseball Classic…
March 10, 1:16 a.m.
Former Mets shortstop Ruben Tejada had the huge blow of the late Pool A video games.
With Panama down 2-0 to Cuba, Tejada — who struck simply 10 crowning achievement in 7 season with the Mets — released a two-run shot to connect the video game in the 2nd inning. Through 4 innings, Tejada was 1-for-2 with that huge fly.
In the exact same video game, it needs to be kept in mind that previous Mets outfielder Yoenis Cespedes was not in the beginning lineup in Cuba’s 3rd video game after beginning the last 2.
March 9, 6:31 p.m.
A trio of Mets gamers took the phase for Team U.S.A. on Thursday as they beat the Los Angeles Angels, 6-0, in an exhibit video game.
The ideal side of the infield for New York was well represented as Pete Alonso got the start in the beginning base and Jeff McNeil subbed in for Mookie Betts at 2nd base in the 4th inning.
Batting 6th, Alonso went 1-for-4 with a strikeout while McNeil, who was batting 2nd, went 0-for-3 consisting of a pinch-hit strikeout. McNeil is now 0-for-6 with 2 Ks after getting the start at 2nd base versus the San Francisco Giants on Wednesday.
The infielder did, nevertheless, make a good play to his left and got the lead runner out at 2nd base for the fielder’s option.
Brooks Raley began in the 6th inning and pitched a 1-2-3 inning to assist protect the nothing.
March 9, 10:17 a.m.
During Team Italy’s 6-3 win over Team Cuba, previous Mets Matt Harvey and Yoenis Cespedes were front and center.
Harvey, who last pitched in the majors with the Baltimore Orioles in 2021, got the start and permitted 2 hits while twirling 3 scoreless innings.
He dealt with Cespedes in the 2nd inning, getting him to ground out to 2nd base.
With the video game connected, 2-2, in the top of the 10th, Italy emerged for 4 runs and hung on for a 6-3 success.