By Tom Orf
Chris Carpenter’s only career game against Mets in New York was an interleague game. When with Toronto, he allowed one run and four hits in six innings in a 1-0 loss to the Mets (the run was scored by Joe McEwing on a single by Mike Piazza in the first).
Of course his last game against the Mets was his only one game in 2007 before going on DL. His only start as a Cardinal against the Mets was in 2005 when he shut them out for seven innings on three hits to move to 21-4 in his Cy Young Award year. Albert Pujols hit two solo home runs, the first in the sixth to put the Cards up 1-0 and John Gall added a two-run home run.
Johan Santana’s only game against Cardinals was last year, when he pitched a six-hitter in a 9-1 win. A Pujols home run provided the only run for the Cardinals.
Carpenter against the Mets
|4/1/2007||STL||NYM||L 1-6||GS-6 ,L||6||9||5||5||1||3||0|
|9/8/2005||STL||NYM||W 5-0||GS-7 ,W||7||3||0||0||1||7||0|
|7/17/2001||TOR||@NYM||L 0-1||GS-6 ,L||6||4||1||1||2||2||0|
|7/18/2000||TOR||NYM||L 7-11||GS-4 ,L||4||5||7||7||6||3||2|
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