Noah's arc: Starter the whole story vs. Dodgers [MLB.com]

Anthony DiComo and Ken Gurnick of MLB.com used STATSPass to reveal that Kenta Maeda became the second Dodgers pitcher in franchise history to allow multiple home runs in a single game to opposing pitchers, when Noah Syndergaard went deep twice as the Mets won 4-3.

“According to StatsPass’ Home Run Search, Maeda is just the second Dodgers pitcher to allow multiple home runs in a single game to pitchers, joining Doug McWeeny, who allowed homers to the Pirates’ Erv Brame and Fred Fussell on July 7, 1929, in the Brooklyn Robins’ 17-6 loss at Ebbets Field.”

MLB.com, Anthony DiComo and Ken Gurnick, May 12, 2016

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