The Mets season-long offensive Ineptitude came to a head Tuesday night when they were no-hit by Giants rookie Chris Heston. It was the first time the Mets have been held hitless since 1993.
Heston struck out 11 batters, including Ruben Tejada for the final out. He did not walk anyone but he did hit three batters. Heston did this in just his 13th major league start.
On the other end, Mets rookie Noah Syndergaard lasted six innings, allowing four runs on 10 hits. His record falls to 2-4 with an ERA of 4.15 as the Mets lost 5-0.
But this night belonged to Chris Heston, silencing the Mets bats, which actually isn’t very hard to do.