|Mon 23 Apr 5:30 PMMon 4/23 5:30||Mets at Reds||8-9||Reds Squeak By Mets in Extras to Open 2018 Season||game info
The Reds prevailed in seven innings over the Mets in Brattleboro Little League's season opener. RHP Willem Thurber started on the mound for the Reds and paced the offense with two hits and three RBI. Reds SS Nolan Chisholm contributed two hits and two runs scored out of the leadoff spot in the order. The Mets jumped out to an early 6-0 lead powered by C Will Miskovich's bases-clearing triple in the second inning. SS/RHP John Satterfield, RHP/Evan Wright, and Miskovich all had two hits in a spirited first game.
|Sat 28 Apr 11:00 AMSat 4/28 11:00||Red Sox at Mets||8-9||Mets Hold on to Win Behind Wright and Satterfield||game info
RHP Evan Wright struck out 8 to lead the Mets to their first victory of the 2018 season. SS/RHP John Satterfield was on base four times, going 3-3 with a walk and three runs scored. 1B/SS Gabe Alexander scored two runs and showed off his versatility with stellar defense at first and strong throws from shortstop. 2B Nathan Potter scored the game-winning run. The Red Sox had their best game of the season. RHP Harper Cutler led the way with two hits. SS Ben Berg scored two runs and played strong defense. Rookies 1B Vaughn LaFleur and RF Henry Schwartz each got their first Little League hits. 2B Noah Perusse got a hit and showed off a strong glove.
|Mon 30 Apr 5:30 PMMon 4/30 5:30||Pirates at Mets||9-12||Satterfield Pitches Mets past Pirates||game info
RHP John Satterfield struck out 5 batters across five strong innings in the mist to push the Mets to their second victory. The bats came alive for the Mets in this one as well. Satterfield had two hits and scored three runs. SS Gabe Alexander had four hits and once again showed great range in the field. 1B/RHP Will Miskovich had a three-hit night and scored twice. The Pirates got a late three-run home run from C Nick Gerard. The blast to right center field got the Pirates to within three runs in the sixth inning. He went 3-4. CF Dylan Sparks had another multi-hit game, going 2-3 with a single and a double. 3B/SS Troy Forkin hit a double and scored. Rookie RF Brady Sparks got his first Little League hit and came around to score in the sixth inning.
|Sat 05 May 11:00 AMSat 5/5 11:00||Mets at Giants||11-12||Giants Rally to get by Mets||game info
Down until the sixth inning, the Giants stormed back with four runs to defeat the Mets. Degan Gundry had three hits and knocked in a pair of runs. Hayden Avard and Rowan Lonergan each had a hit and scored twice out of the top of Giants' batting order. Quin Forchion, Derek Sargent, Donnevhan Hall, and Jameson Garvey all scored in the sixth inning rally. The Giants also made the defensive play of the game with Cooper LaFlam, Tucker Sargent, and Forchion completing a relay to get a runner coming into third. The Mets once again had a strong game in what has been a great second season for the club. Leadoff hitter John Satterfield played catalyst once again with three runs scored and was on base all six times he came to the plate. Gabe Alexander added two hits and Evan Wright had three. Will Miskovich and Wright each had 2 RBI. Nate Potter had a base hit and continued to show great range at second base.
|Mon 07 May 5:30 PMMon 5/7 5:30||Mets at Royals||24-1||Satterfield Throws One-Hitter as Mets Cruise||game info
The Mets and Royals played a tight game through the first four innings. John Satterfield of the Mets allowed just one hit and struck out 9 over five innings. The Royals' Ozzie VanHendrick kept the game close through his 3 2/3 innings, allowing just four runs and striking out 4. The Mets's bats exploded in the fifth as Satterfield, Gabe Alexander, Will Miskovich, and Evan Wright all had RBI hits in the frame. Wright and Landyn Cartee each hit long triples. Satterfield knocked in 4 and scored 4 times. SS Alexander went 2-3 with 3 RBI and showed a strong arm in the field. Despite a game where they went through growing pains, the Royals kept the game close early on and had several bright moments. VanHendrick gave the Royals a first inning lead with an RBI single. Kyle Purdy and Nick Manley each made their league pitching debuts and Manley got the final out in the lengthy fifth inning. Royals catcher Riley Morse continued to be a strong presence behind the plate for the young team.
|Sat 12 May 1:00 PMSat 5/12 1:00||A's at Mets||8-2||A's Pitching Stymies Mets||game info
Athletics pitchers Charlie Clark, Brandon Weeks, and Keagan Systo combined to strikeout 16 batters to get the A's to a perfect 6-0 record. Clark also had two hits at the plate to lead the offense. Weeks and Systo each had base hits in the game as well. The Mets offense struggled to get on the board but got a base hit from Evan Wright and runs scored by Landyn Cartee and Gabe Alexander. Alexander pitched well in relief and once again showed range in the field with stellar defense at first base and shortstop.
|Mon 14 May 5:30 PMMon 5/14 5:30||Mets at Cardinals||19-2||Mets Win Behind Alexander, Miskovich, and Satterfield||game info
Gabe Alexander threw 3 1/3 innings of 2-run ball to lead the Mets to their fourth victory of the season - doubling their total from last season. Alexander allowed just three hits and struck out four batters. He also had a base hit and scored four runs while teaming up with John Satterfield to wreak havoc on the base paths. Satterfield was aboard all five times he came to the plate with two hits and four runs scored. Will Miskovich had two long hits - a double and a scorching two-run triple. Matthew Montgomery added a double while Evan Wright and Landyn Cartee each scored two runs. Cartee also made a successful mound debut, striking out the last two batters of the game. Jolie Glidden of the Cardinals got the start and struck out 7 batters across three innings of work. He also hit an RBI single in the first inning. Alaya Smith and Chase Austin scored the Redbirds' two runs. They also got base hits from Asher Jackson and Eli Coughlin.
|Sun 20 May 5:30 PMSun 5/20 5:30||Reds at Mets||13-3||Thurber's 6 RBI and Emery's 12 K's Carry Reds||game info
Willem Thurber of the Reds had three hits including a wall-ball bases-clearing triple as the Reds captured their sixth win. Thurber picked up a total of 6 RBI and scored twice. Jackson Emery carried the load on the mound for the Reds as he dominated across four innings and struck out 12. His gem was all the more masterful as he only walked two and allowed just one hit. Reds 3B Lucas Stolpp had a productive day at the plate as he went 3-3 with a run scored. Jett Emery went 2-3 with three runs scored. Nolan Chisholm and Nick Fortier each had base hits. The Mets struggled to get the bats going against Emery but John Satterfield had a base hit and scored twice. Gabe Alexander also scored a run. The Mets showed great versatility as Evan Wright, Gabe Alexander, Alexander Dick, and Satterfield all made appearances at several different positions on the diamond.
|Wed 23 May 5:30 PMWed 5/23 5:30||Mets at Red Sox||17-10||Mets Rally Past Sox for Fifth Win||game info
The comeback Mets scored nine unanswered runs to rally back against the Red Sox for their fifth win of the season. John Satterfield had four hits and scored four runs en route to the victory. The Mets also got three hits from Evan Wright and a bases-clearing triple from Will Miskovich. Gabe Alexander continued to have a productive season at the plate as he had a base hit and scored three runs. Rookie Alexander Dick contributed a base hit and a run scored. Mets pitchers Alexander and Satterfield combined to toss four innings out of the bullpen and only one run allowed. The Red Sox got an inside the park home run from Noah Perusse who legged out a long drive to the wall. Rookie Henry Schwartz made his first start on the mound and added three hits at the plate. Harper Cutler and Ben Berg each scored two runs.
|Sat 26 May 3:00 PMSat 5/26 3:00||Mets at Pirates||5-14||Speno, Gerard, and Forkin Push Pirates Past Mets||game info
The Pirates got stellar efforts from players throughout their lineup en route to their seventh win. Aliza Speno went 2-4 with three runs scored and closed out the victory with a scoreless sixth inning on the mound. Speno relieved Nick Gerard who struck out 8 and allowed only three hits across 5 innings pitched. At the plate, Gerard went 2-4 with two RBI and two runs scored. Troy Forkin hit an inside-the-park home 3-run home run in the second inning. He later added an RBI double. First year players Matthew Worden and Brady Sparks each showed strong arms in the outfield. Evan Wright of the Mets hit a two-run double in the first inning and later hit a single. Landyn Cartee had a base hit and Dominic Johnson made another fine catch in right field. John Satterfield and Gabe Alexander each scored runs.
|Wed 30 May 5:30 PMWed 5/30 5:30||Giants at Mets||13-8||Gundry, Sargent, and Lonergan Lift Giants to Win||game info
The Giants got their eighth win of the season on Wednesday at the Brattleboro Little League Field. Degan Gundry hit his fourth home run of the season and knocked in four. His home run ties for the league lead. Tucker Sargent hit a ball into the right field corner for an inside-the-park home run as part of 2-3 day with four RBI. Rowan Lonergan went 3-4 and scored four. Hayden Avard tossed three hitless innings out of the bullpen to hold onto the Giants' lead. The Mets' offense was led by John Satterfield who hit two long triples and scored twice. Evan Wright knocked in a pair and stole two bases. Gabe Alexander was on base three times, scored twice, and knocked in a run.
|Sat 02 Jun 3:00 PMSat 6/2 3:00||Royals at Mets||1-11||Cartee Shines on Mound for Mets in Win||game info
The Mets got a stellar start on the mound from Landyn Cartee in their sixth victory of the season. Cartee threw four innings of one run ball with 10 strikeouts. After allowing a run in the first, he settled in to scatter just two hits on the way to his complete game victory. At the plate, Cartee tripled and scored. Evan Wright hit a two-run double and scored a run. Gabe Alexander and Will Miskovich each had a base hit and two runs scored. Dominic Johnson added his first hit of the season in the third inning. The Royals' Riley Morse hit a long triple in the first inning and scored on an Ozzie VanHendrick double. VanHendrick hit another double in the fourth inning. On the hill, VanHendrick struck out four in the start for the Royals. Noah Gagne allowed just one run out of the bullpen.
|Thu 07 Jun 5:30 PMThu 6/7 5:30||Mets at A's||1-7||A's Stay Undefeated with Win Over Mets||game info
On a day when the Athletics' hitters were held to two hits, they were still able to win with a cadre of pitchers and keen base-running. A's pitchers Karson Elliott, Keagan Systo, Charlie Clark, and Brandon Weeks combined to allow just three hits and one run to the Mets. Weeks and Charlie O'Connell got the only base hits for the A's. Weeks scored two runs and stole two bases. Clark also scored twice and added a steal. Down 1-0 through three innings, the A's scored three in the fourth and four in the fifth to secure the victory. Systo scored a run and had an impressive stint at third base. The Mets got a solid start from Evan Wright who baffled the A's through three innings. The A's got to him in the fourth but he struck out 10 batters in his outing. John Satterfield scored the lone Mets run in the first inning when he was hit by a pitch and later came around to score. Satterfield added a base hit in the third. Wright and Nate Potter each had hits as well. Gabe Alexander impressed at the plate with a base hit and in the field with strong throws from shortstop.
|Sat 09 Jun 3:00 PMSat 6/9 3:00||Cardinals at Mets||6-12||Mets Finish off 2018 Season with Win||game info
The Mets finished the 2018 season with their seventh win. They ended the season with five more wins than last year's total. The Mets used four pitchers to get past the Cardinals - Landyn Cartee, Gabe Alexander, Matt Satterfield, and John Satterfield. The cadre of pitchers combined to strike out 10 batters. Hits were hard to come by for the Mets but they had four players who took advantage of walks and errors to score multiple runs. Alexander went 1-2 with three runs scored. Will Miskovich, Evan Wright, and Nate Potter each scored twice. The Cardinals got a double from Jolie Glidden who scored three runs. Mason North scored two runs. Connor Griffus and Asher Jackson each had base hits. Jackson also came in from the bullpen to stifle the Mets. He gave up one run across 3 2/3 innings while striking out four.
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- Manager: Jolene Paquette,
- Assistant: Ryan Satterfield
- Assistant: Jeffrey Wright