How does Mets cope with his painful reality in every match?

Miami – Of all the records the Mets are likely to set this season, exposure to the most pitches in recent baseball history is one they would like to avoid.

First, to set the records right: The Reds were exposed to 105 pitches last season, setting a recent National League and record-breaking record. It was marked at all by the Orioles in 1898, who submerged an astounding 160 times.

The Mets are leading the major leagues this year with 51 strokes after the other, putting them slightly ahead of the Reds’ pace compared to last year.

“It’s not good,” Francisco Lindor said. “I hope we don’t break that record. I don’t want to be on that page.”

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