Marcus Stroman took the hill and pitched a quality game against the Phillies. While he did give up two runs in the second inning, Stroman managed to get himself out of any jam he would put himself in.
Stroman would go into the seventh inning before Adam Haseley would lead the inning off with a double. That would be it for Marcus Stroman as he finished the game pitching six innings, giving up 2 runs on seven hits as well as walking two and striking out six.
The Long Island native, Stroman gave up a two hits to Brad Miller, one of the hits being a solo home run in the second inning. Left fielder Corey Dickerson had a multi-hit game of his own against the righty, Dickerson would go 2-3 against Stroman. The pitcher was even unlucky enough to commit an error on a pick attempt at second base.
Stroman would exit the game with the Mets trailing Philadelphia 2-1 with the help of Luis Avilan and Paul Sewald and now owns a 3.28 ERA on the 2019 campaign.