New York vs Milwaukee Final: 2-1 - Recap
New York got 7 innings of work from Jeremy Hefner en route to a 2-1 victory over Milwaukee on Sunday at Miller Park.
The Mets were a +123 underdog in the win. The combined score dipped UNDER the total, which closed at 9.5.
New York got 7 innings from Jeremy Hefner, who gave up 1 earned run on 2 hits, while striking out 8. He earned the victory, while the Mets got 1 RBI from Josh Satin in the win.
Milwaukee got a 6-inning outing from Tom Gorzelanny in the loss. He gave up 0 earned runs, 0 walks and 8 hits in his time on the mound, while Norichika Aoki had 1 hit in the loss for the Brewers.
New York enjoyed an edge at the plate with a 11-3 advantage in hits.
The game was closed out by Robert Parnell who got the final outs in the victory. He allowed 0 hits, 1 walk and fanned 0 batters to earn the save.
Next game, New York takes its act on the road to face San Francisco looking for another win. For Milwaukee, they head home to face Cincinnati.