MLB: Mets hand Phillies' Roy Halladay another rough outing
Mets 7, Phillies 2: Matt Harvey permitted one run in his second mind blowing begin of the period while two-time Cy Young Award victor Roy Halladay had an additional harsh excursion. Halladay pitched an ideal first inning, yet then permitted seven runs and six hits in the following three and above innings. He's surrendered 12 runs in 71/3 innings in two begins after a strong spring after a down 2012 season. John Buck hit a three-run homer for the Mets.
Red Sox 3, Orioles 1: South Bay item Daniel Nava hit a three-run homer, Clay Buchholz pitched seven shutout innings, and Boston won its ninth straight home opener. Nava tore open a scoreless tie in the seventh inning with his second homer in two days. The Red Sox are set for a 5-2 begin under new chief John Farrell in the wake of fulfilling rearward in the A.L. East last season.
Reds 13, Cardinals 4: Brandon Phillips kick-began a nine-run ninth inning with a tiebreaking bloop twofold, and Shin-Soo Choo offered compensation for two bungled fly balls with a three-run twofold to ruin St. Louis' home opener.
Yankees 11, Indians 6: Travis Hafner drove in four runs in his come back to Cleveland, and Robinson Cano homered twice as New York demolished the Indians' greatly foreseed first home diversion under administrator Terry Francona, who soon after the amusement got lost strolling two pieces from his flat to the ballpark.