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212Area has new update 2 hours ago Mets’ offense pummels Cleveland’s pitching after Matz turns in a quality performance
Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images The Mets improved to 12-2 at Citi Field following the All Star break. The New York Mets have stormed back into the National League playoff picture with a completely unforseen 24-10 run. During that stretch, the club has won 11 of their 13 games at Citi Field, with the hometown crowd bringing a noticeable spike in energy that the team has acknowledged as a significant catalyst for their recent success. That trend continued on Tuesday night, as the Mets opened up a pivotal nine-game homestand with victory against the Cleveland Indians behind another solid performance from Steven Matz and some timely contributions from the team’s young hitters before a raucous New York crowd on a Tuesday night. Matz turned in his third-straight quality start against a tough Cleveland lineup to improve his record on the season to 8-7. As has been the case with each of his last six starts prior to tonight, Matz kept his opponent off the board in the first inning. After following up by retiring the first two batters he faced in the second, Matz served up a fastball to former future Met Jason Kipnis, who deposited the offering into the Coca Cola Corner. The deficit was short-lived, as the offense got the run back in the bottom half of the frame. Wilson Ramos picked up a one-out single to extend his hitting streak to 14—the longest by any Met since David Wright hit in 15 straight during the 2012 season. The next batter was J.D. Davis, and Just Dingers drove 0-1 pitch over the center field wall—just to the right of the home run apple—to put his team ahead by one. Staked to the lead, Matz worked around a one-out double from Francisco Lindor and tossed a scoreless third before getting into trouble in the fourth. The inning began with Yasiel Puig reaching first on a fielding error by Todd Frazier. Matz then gave up back-to-back singles up the middle to Jose Ramirez and Jason Kipnis, with the latter tying the game back up at two. Instead of folding like he has done in the past, Matz persevered and retired the next three batters to limit the damage to just the one run. The left-hander’s performance in the fourth proved to be one of the key moments in the victory, as it kept his team in the game and allowed the offense to pour it on from that point on. Matz went on to pitch 1-2-3 fifth and sixth innings and ended up retiring ten in batters in a row. Meanwhile, the offense benefited from some shoddy defense in the sixth as they took the lead for good. With one out, outfielder Oscar Mercado dropped a routine pop up in shallow left field that allowed Joe Panik to reach second base. After Pete Alonso struck out, Michael Conforto strode to the plate and connected on a 1-2 slider, blasting the go-ahead, two-run home run deep into the bullpen to give the Mets a two-run lead. Ramos followed by reaching on a Lindor error, but he remained stranded at first. The Mets faced another watershed moment in the seventh. Matz, having retired ten straight, allowed an infield single to Greg Allen before issuing a walk to Franmil Reyes. which ended the lefty’s night. Matz was charged with just two runs (one earned) over 6.1 innings. Matz has not allowed more than three earned runs in any of his last 20 home starts, which is the fourth-longest such streak in franchise history. With Matz out, Mickey Callaway turned to left-hander Justin Wilson to navigate the threat. Wilson tossed three straight cutters to Lindor, getting him to foul off the first one before striking him out on two swings on pitches out of the zone. Wilson then struck out Mercado on a 1-2 cutter to complete his work. The Mets put the game away in the seventh as they pulverized a pair of Cleveland relievers. The first victim was Adam Cimber, who was tasked with keeping his team within two runs. Frazier greeted him rudely by lining a single down the right field line, and Juan Lagares followed with a walk. After a failed bunt attempt by Rajai Davis, Amed Rosario picked his team up with a run-scoring single into center field. At that point, Terry Francona had seen enough of Cimber and turned to Hunter Wood. With a new pitcher, the result was the same, as Joe Panik contributed his own run-scoring single to make it a four run lead for New York. Alonso broke the game wide open with a two-run double to make it 8-2. The Mets had one more run in them, as Rajai Davis knocked in the team’s ninth run with an eighth inning double. A combination of Luis Avilan and Paul Sewald closed the game out with scoreless eight and ninth innings, respectively. In his first appearance since May 17, Sewald struck out the side while side-stepping a one-out double. With the win, the Mets now have 13 interleague victories in 2019, which matches the 2010 squad for the most they’ve wins during Interleague Play in a single season. They will have two opportunities to eclipse that total over the next two nights. The victory helped the Mets improve to 12-2 at home since the All Star break, and 35-21 on the year. With 25 of their last 37 games taking place at Citi Field, the Mets have a significant leg up on their competition as the club looks to gain ground and do what was thought to be unthinkable just one month ago. The Mets will try to make it two in a row as they turn to Marcus Stroman in the middle game of the series. Cleveland will counter with right-hander Adam Plutko. SB Nation GameThreads Amazin’ AvenueLet’s Go Tribe Box scores ESPNMLB.com Win Probability Added fangraphs.com What’s WPA? Big winners: Michael Conforto, 24.3% WPA, J.D. Davis, 19.7% WPA, Justin Wilson, 13.0% WPABig losers: None!Total pitcher WPA: 13.5% WPATotal batter WPA: 36.5% WPATeh aw3s0mest play: Michael Conforto two-run home run in the fourth, 29.4% WPATeh sux0rest play: Jason Kipnis run-scoring single in the fourth, -12.8% WPA.
212Area has new update 2 hours ago JFA Reveals Rendering for 1118 Fulton Street in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn
JFA has released a rendering for its approved six-story mixed-use building at 1118 Fulton Street in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn. The development will have 11 residential units with a mezzanine on the fifth and sixth stories, accessory spaces, bicycle parking on the ground level, and commercial spaces on the cellar and first floors.
212Area has new update 2 hours ago New York Jets Flight Connections 8/21/19
Photo by John Jones/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images Bringing your daily links to the NFL’s New York Jets Good morning, Gang Green Nation! I hope you’re all having a great start to the day. Joe Douglas and the Jets have made some moves; adding former 1st Round selection LB Stephone Anthony, as well as S Derrick Kindred. Both players have connections with members of the coaching staff, as Anthony has played under Adam Gase as well as LB coach Joe Vitt and Derrick Kindred has played under current Jets’ DC Gregg Williams. Though these players may not become instant impacts on the team, their familiarity with the coaching staff certainly gives them a head start over guys who have no connection to the current regime. I’d also like to take a second and just commend Jets’ safety Jamal Adams for his devotion to the fans of the team. You’d be hard-pressed to find many superstars who care about fan happiness, especially in the moment. It’s fantastic to see Jamal be a great part of the community and the team. The man truly bleeds green. With that, here are your links to the Jets this Wednesday. Matt Stypulkoski - 5 things to watch in Jets’ final week of training camp | How does decision to sit Le’Veon Bell change practice? Matt Stypulkoski - Jets training camp: Hot-and-cold day for Le’Veon Bell | 5 observations from Day 16 Eric Allen - Jets Practice Report: Jamal Adams at Another Speed Tom Naghten - Valentine Holmes shows off with party trick at training camp Matt Stypulkoski - Jets position battles: 7 still raging and 3 that are already finished Dylan Price - New York Jets: Wide receiver position battle taking shape Eric Allen - Jets Claim S Derrick Kindred, Waive CB Montrel Meander Spencer Aber - Jets claim S Derrick Kindred, waive CB Montrel Meander Geoff Magliocchetti - New York Jets claim safety Derrick Kindred off waivers SNY - CB/S Derrick Kindred the latest secondary addition to Jets Ethan Greenberg - Jets Sign LB Stephone Anthony, Waive S Santos Ramirez SNY - Jets GM Joe Douglas brings in Avery Williamson's replacement Ted Holmlund - Jets sign LB Stephone Anthony in place of injured Avery Williamson Spencer Aber - Jets sign former Dolphins LB Stephone Anthony Geoff Magliocchetti - New York Jets sign Adam Gase alum, linebacker Stephone Anthony Rob Goldberg - Jets Rumors: LB Stephone Anthony Agrees to Contract After 2 Years with Dolphins Mark Cannizzaro - Jets' Neville Hewitt gets second chance with Adam Gase Olivia Landis - Next Man Up for Jets LB Neville Hewitt Tyler Calvaruso - Foley Fatukasi among Jets players who have stood out this summer Ethan Greenberg - Bronson Kaufusi: I Want to Be the Spark for Jets Defense SNY - WATCH: Jets HC Adam Gase and GM Joe Douglas have a strong relationship Manish Mehta - Adam Gase not concerned about rash of injuries to Jets offensive line Mark Cannizzaro - Sam Darnold left Adam Gase gushing after impressive throw Rich Cimini - Jets' new/old center Ryan Kalil: 'They don't have a Rosetta Stone for this' George Willis - Jets' Jamal Adams takes outreach to fans very seriously Mark Fischer - Carli Lloyd hits absurd field goal -- Maybe the Jets should look at her Ryan Honey - New York Jets news: Le'Veon Bell offered Christian McCaffrey advice Here are your missed connections from yesterday. Here’s the thread about nothing, come see if you’ve myth’d anything. I hope you all have a safe and wonderful rest of the day!
212Area has new update 2 hours ago Giants news, 8/21: Could Sam Beal be facing another year on IR?
Photo by Robin Alam/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images Let’s get to your Wednesday headlines Good morning, New York Giants fans! Sam Beal in roster jeopardy? Could injured reserve be in Sam Beal’s future for a second straight season? After spending his rookie season on IR with a shoulder injury, Beal has not practiced since late July due to hamstring and groin issues. Time is growing short for Beal, a cornerback selected in the 2018 Supplemental Draft, to get on the field and show the Giants he should be part of their 53-man roster. “We’re just going to have to see where he is physically. We drafted him for a reason. We would like to see him be on our team. We’ll just see where he’s at, and then we’ll make a decision at the 53,” said head coach Pat Shurmur. “He’s getting healthier by the day. It’s just unfortunate that we haven’t been able to see him do much. But unfortunately, that’s the way it is sometimes.” Finito I couldn’t help but think on Tuesday about Shurmur’s “Finito” remark last season when asked about Odell Beckham and his interview with ESPN. That’s because he similarly didn’t want to talk about remarks made about the Giants by Beckham and Baker Mayfield that became public on Tuesday. “Quite frankly, on our list of issues of the day, it really doesn’t matter what Odell or Baker said. There are many other things that we should probably be discussing,” Shurmur said. BBV Mailbag Have questions about the Giants? E-mail them to bigblueview@gmail.com, and the best ones will be answered in an upcoming mailbag. BBV Podcast You can find and subscribe to Big Blue View radio from the show’s home page. You can find all the shows on our Big Blue View Radio Hub Page. You can also find the shows and subscribe on all your favorite podcast apps: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Pocket Casts | Spotify | Stitcher | RSS
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Wednesday Specials in New York City

Johnny Utah's NYC

25 W 51st St , New York City NY, 10019
Happy Hour All Day
$5 select drafts
$8 select wines by the glass
$9 specialty cocktails

Latitude Bar & Grill

783 8th Ave, New York, NY 10036 , New York NY, 10036
Happy Hour Mon-Fri Until 8pm
$6 Bud, Bud Light, and Coors Light
$7 Sauvignon Blanc & Pinot Noir
$8 Margaritas, Cosmos, Peach Sangria, Lychee Martini, Pomegranate Fizz & Strawberry Basil Martini

Bricco Ristorante Italiano

304 W 56th St , New York NY, 10019
Happy Hour
All House Brands $5.50
Selected Wines By The Glass $5.50
All Beers $5.00

Union Square Cafe

101 E 19th St , New York NY, 10003
APERITIF 12
Channing Daughters "Vervino"
Jean-Luc Pasquet Pineau des Charantes
Neversink Pommeau
Uncouth Vermouth

COCKTAILS
Uccelli Negroni 16
Fragolino Spritz 14
Americano 12

OYSTER HAPPY HOUR
Monday through Friday
3-6pm in the Bar Area

SNACKS
Oysters 1 Each
Tater Tots 9
Smoked Trout Caviar, Crème Fraîche
Potato Bomboloni 6
Potato Chips 7
Onion Dip
Crostino 4

WINE
Provence Rose 9
Muscadet 9

BEER
Von Trapp Helles 10
Westbrook Gose 8

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