Baseball: Senga wins home debut for Mets against Marlins
Japanese pitcher Kodai Senga won his second game for the New York Mets on Saturday, fanning six over six innings of one-run baseball in a 5-2 decision against the Miami Marlins.
Senga’s home debut gem saw him improve to 2-0 for his MLB career, having earned his first win in impressive fashion against the Marlins last Sunday in Miami.
The 30-year-old right-hander used his trademark ghost fork pitch to great effect at Citi Field, where his only blemish was a solo home run surrendered to Jazz Chisholm in the sixth.
Senga allowed three hits and three walks while receiving strong offensive support ...