Mets batters have been hit 106 times with 11 games still to play: “It’s like a broken record at this point.”
The 2022 Mets season will be remembered for the franchise’s first trip to the playoffs in six years, the pitching of Max Scherzer and the all-around play of shortstop Francisco Lindor.
And also, oddly enough, for batters being hit by pitches.
When Luis Guillorme was plunked by Jake Cousins of the Milwaukee Brewers in the ninth inning of Wednesday’s 6-0 loss on the road, it was the 106th time a Met was hit by a pitch this year — a single-season record. The Cincinnati Reds had held the record, 105, which
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