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- Custom Moondance Sceen - Hand Painted - Laser Engraved. These are one off pieces, for custom orders please message us. This piece is available in our Etsy Store #gratefuldead #deadandcompany #citifield #deadandco #dead&co #forevergrateful #shakedownstreet #shakedown #moondance #terrapin #stealyourface #madein860 #perspective #perspectivecrafts2017 #weireverywhere #onthebus #ridinthattrain #bekindstaygrateful #moon #hippie #bobweir #johnmayer #d&c #builddreamsnotwalls #buildingfutures #letsdothis #dontzzzonus #letsgetsome #lucyintheskywithdiamonds #jerrygarcia
- Custom Moondance Sceen - Hand Painted - Laser Engraved. These are one off pieces, for custom orders please message us. This piece is available in our Etsy Store #gratefuldead #deadandcompany #citifield #deadandco #dead&co #forevergrateful #shakedownstreet #shakedown #moondance #terrapin #stealyourface #madein860 #perspective #perspectivecrafts2017 #weireverywhere #onthebus #ridinthattrain #bekindstaygrateful #moon #hippie #bobweir #johnmayer #d&c #builddreamsnotwalls #buildingfutures #letsdothis #dontzzzonus #letsgetsome #lucyintheskywithdiamonds #jerrygarcia
- These recaps are getting too repetitive: the Mets give up a ton of home runs, don't score at all and get embarrassed in Dodger Stadium. This was the case yet again Wednesday, as New York fell to the Dodgers, 8-2, also dropping the four-game series. The pitching situation put the Mets in a very unfavorable spot before the game even started. Making the start fresh from Triple-A Las Vegas, things didn't go well for Tyler Pill. While he was the first Mets pitcher in the series to throw a scoreless first inning, Pill allowed six runs (five earned) over the course of six innings while surrendering two home runs. The biggest blow to Pill and the Mets came in the fourth inning, when Los Angeles put up four runs in the frame. Logan Forsythe smacked an RBI double and the Dodgers set the table for Yasiel Puig. What Puig did next set off some fireworks. The outfielder crushed a three-run homer, but that's far from the big story. As he rounded third base, Puig appeared to stare down Tyler Pill and soon engaged in a brief dust-up with Travis d'Arnaud at home plate upon scoring. Then in between the next inning, an animated Yoenis Cespedes and Jose Reyes confronted Puig in the outfield, apparently arguing about something. Yasmani Grandal put the game on ice by hitting two home runs in his final two at-bats of the game, both solo shots. It may seem hard to believe, but New York held a lead after the second pitch of the night was the thrown. Curtis Granderson provided the Mets with the slightest glimmer of hope when he hit a leadoff home run off Rich Hill in the first. The homer gave the Mets a 1-0 lead they'd hold on to for 2 1/2 innings. Granderson also rocketed an RBI double with two outs in the ninth inning to keep the Mets alive. The Mets were not without their chances, however. New York went 1-for-12 with runners in scoring position. The four home runs hit in Wednesday's game are part of the highest home run total in a four game span in MLB history. #Mets #Dodgers #NewYork #LosAngeles #baseball #sports #NYC #CitiField #LGM
- These recaps are getting too repetitive: the Mets give up a ton of home runs, don& #39;t score at all and get embarrassed in Dodger Stadium. This was the case yet again Wednesday, as New York fell to the Dodgers, 8-2, also dropping the four-game series. The pitching situation put the Mets in a very unfavorable spot before the game even started. Making the start fresh from Triple-A Las Vegas, things didn& #39;t go well for Tyler Pill. While he was the first Mets pitcher in the series to throw a scoreless first inning, Pill allowed six runs (five earned) over the course of six innings while surrendering two home runs. The biggest blow to Pill and the Mets came in the fourth inning, when Los Angeles put up four runs in the frame. Logan Forsythe smacked an RBI double and the Dodgers set the table for Yasiel Puig. What Puig did next set off some fireworks. The outfielder crushed a three-run homer, but that& #39;s far from the big story. As he rounded third base, Puig appeared to stare down Tyler Pill and soon engaged in a brief dust-up with Travis d& #39;Arnaud at home plate upon scoring. Then in between the next inning, an animated Yoenis Cespedes and Jose Reyes confronted Puig in the outfield, apparently arguing about something. Yasmani Grandal put the game on ice by hitting two home runs in his final two at-bats of the game, both solo shots. It may seem hard to believe, but New York held a lead after the second pitch of the night was the thrown. Curtis Granderson provided the Mets with the slightest glimmer of hope when he hit a leadoff home run off Rich Hill in the first. The homer gave the Mets a 1-0 lead they& #39;d hold on to for 2 1/2 innings. Granderson also rocketed an RBI double with two outs in the ninth inning to keep the Mets alive. The Mets were not without their chances, however. New York went 1-for-12 with runners in scoring position. The four home runs hit in Wednesday& #39;s game are part of the highest home run total in a four game span in MLB history. #Mets #Dodgers #NewYork #LosAngeles #baseball #sports #NYC #CitiField #LGM
- These recaps are getting too repetitive: the Mets give up a ton of home runs, don't score at all and get embarrassed in Dodger Stadium. This was the case yet again Wednesday, as New York fell to the Dodgers, 8-2, also dropping the four-game series. The pitching situation put the Mets in a very unfavorable spot before the game even started. Making the start fresh from Triple-A Las Vegas, things didn't go well for Tyler Pill. While he was the first Mets pitcher in the series to throw a scoreless first inning, Pill allowed six runs (five earned) over the course of six innings while surrendering two home runs. The biggest blow to Pill and the Mets came in the fourth inning, when Los Angeles put up four runs in the frame. Logan Forsythe smacked an RBI double and the Dodgers set the table for Yasiel Puig. What Puig did next set off some fireworks. The outfielder crushed a three-run homer, but that's far from the big story. As he rounded third base, Puig appeared to stare down Tyler Pill and soon engaged in a brief dust-up with Travis d'Arnaud at home plate upon scoring. Then in between the next inning, an animated Yoenis Cespedes and Jose Reyes confronted Puig in the outfield, apparently arguing about something. Yasmani Grandal put the game on ice by hitting two home runs in his final two at-bats of the game, both solo shots. It may seem hard to believe, but New York held a lead after the second pitch of the night was the thrown. Curtis Granderson provided the Mets with the slightest glimmer of hope when he hit a leadoff home run off Rich Hill in the first. The homer gave the Mets a 1-0 lead they'd hold on to for 2 1/2 innings. Granderson also rocketed an RBI double with two outs in the ninth inning to keep the Mets alive. The Mets were not without their chances, however. New York went 1-for-12 with runners in scoring position. The four home runs hit in Wednesday's game are part of the highest home run total in a four game span in MLB history. #Mets #Dodgers #NewYork #LosAngeles #baseball #sports #NYC #CitiField #LGM

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