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The Mets hosted the rival New York Yankees at Citi Field for the opening two games of the Subway Series after defeating the Chicago Cubs two games to one.

The New York Yankees’ ace, Gerrit Cole, was the target of the Mets’ offensive avalanche, as they scored six runs off of him in just six innings. Two of those runs came off of solo homers by Mark Vientos.

Despite the Yankees’ best efforts, which included a grand slam by Aaron Judge in the eighth inning, the blue and orange added three more in the bottom of the sixth, and the Mets won the first game 9–7.

The Mets’ bats continued to burn bright against Luis Gil, as they went on to win 12-2, completing the two-game sweep, while scoring five runs off the Yankees’ breakout starter.

Harrison Bader proved to the Bronx Bombers that they might have erred in allowing him go after being granted free agency.

Bader scored three runs, stole a base, and went 4-for-9 against the Yankees with two home runs and four RBIs.

Due to Starling Marte’s injury, the 30-year-old will be starting every day and, if he can stay healthy, might take over a starting position that is more stable.

Relegating a pitcher to the bullpen hasn’t worked out well for the Mets in recent team history. But it might have been a brilliant idea to assign the struggling Adrian Houser there.

Houser picked up his first career save in three innings of work, giving up only two hits and no runs while striking out three.

The 31-year-old is a potent weapon for the Mets because of his ability to offer them length and perform well under pressure.

Francisco Álvarez returned to Flushing with his fiery bat after blowing out the cobwebs in Texas and smacking the ball in Chicago.

In the two games he played, Álvarez was 4-for-5 with a double, home run, three RBIs, three runs scored, and three walks.

During the Mets’ recent winning streak, the Venezuelan native is seeing baseball so well that he appears to be fulfilling all of the potential that prospect evaluators knew he had.

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