Correia went three memorable innings in the Dodgers’ 11-3 loss to the
To further buoy their day, the Mets turned their first triple play in four years when
Correia retired the Mets in order in the first, and then went screaming downhill. The Mets scored twice in the second and five times in the third. During one 12-batter stretch, the Mets had eight hits and were on the positive side of a Dodgers' error. Oh, yeah, three of those hits were home runs, and none of the cheap variety.
In his three innings, Correia (7-14) allowed seven runs (five earned) on seven hits. In his first start for the Dodgers, on Aug. 11, Correia lasted six innings, allowing one run on four hits, but picked up the victory in the Dodgers' 6-2 win over the Atlanta Braves.
The Dodgers have off-days Monday and Thursday this week, so at best the team could skip his turn. But with Ryu due to come off the disabled list in five days, Sunday easily could prove Correia's last start for some time.
The Dodgers actually scored first when
By the end of the third, the Mets were up 7-1 and that was your ballgame.
Correia gave up three mammoth home runs. Travis d’Arnaud hit a towering, three-run shot that went three-fourths up the right-field pavilion in the second inning.
Just for fun, Duda added another home run off