Matt Harvey won't fix himself with Cincinnati Reds

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That is the order in which they batted in the first inning and that is the order the Mets intended.

This one simply wasn't in the lineup cards for NY.

According to a report, the Mets gave a lineup card to reports that had Flores hitting second and Cabrera third. "It probably cost us the game". But in the original lineup card presented to Riggleman, Cabrera was batting second, followed by Flores.

The Reds went on to defeat the Mets, 2-1, on a 10th-inning house run by Adam Duvall. They may even be able to trade him to another team if he can turn things around fast enough. It had Cabrera second and Flores third. However, you and I know that the lineup's problem isn't where guys are hitting, it's who is hitting. or, I should say, who isn't hitting. They batted out of order in the first inning. The 23-year-old Guillorme will make his major league debut. If he doesn't, then his career will continue to go nowhere.

Mets: RHP Hansel Robles flew back to NY for an MRI on his right knee, which he twisted Tuesday night while reacting to a bunt. He pinch hit in the 10th and grounded out.

Reds: There's no set plan for when Harvey will pitch or whether he'll be used as a starter or reliever initially.

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Harvey will join the Reds later this week in Los Angeles.

Wednesday's contest is a rubber game after the teams split the first two games of the series.

Cincinnati can now look forward to a righty who has had operations for both Tommy John surgery and thoracic outlet syndrome (TOS), has posted an atrocious ERA of 7.00 in eight appearances (four starts) across 27 innings of work.

That is until this afternoon they did.

Indians 6, Brewers 2 • Carlos Carrasco struck out 14 in a complete game, Tyler Naquin and Francisco Lindor homered, and Cleveland won at Milwaukee.

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