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DemocratandChronicle .com E2 Monday,October19,2015 Page7D Murphy added his fifth home run of the postseason, giving him eight RBIs in seven games. L ong, blond locks flow- i ng out the back of his cap, Syndergaard seems to be taking on a bit of the cockiness of Game 1winner Matt Harvey. He gained t he nickname Thor — the N orse god known for his fierce storms — after he tweeted a photo of himself in costume doing squats on Halloween two years a go. A fter the Mets beat the Dodgers in the Division Series, the rookie tweeted, “Our enemy has been vanquished…….Odin is p leased” — a reference to Thor’s father. And ahead of his start against the Cubs, Synder- g aard changed the photo atop his Twitter page to a shot featuring lightning striking Chicago’s famous Willis Tower. H aving made the first r elief appearance of his big league career in Game 5against the Dodgers, Syndergaard came out throwing 99 mph darts un- t il the the sixth, when D exter Fowler singled and scored on Kris Byrant’s two-out double off the left-field wall. Jon Niese came in and s truck out Anthony Rizzo, s quelching Chicago’s comeback hopes. Syndergaard allowed three hits, struck out nine and walked one. Jeurys F amilia’s fourth postseason save finished a five- pitcher five-hitter and sent the Cubs to consecu- t ive losses for the first time since they dropped three in a row from Sept. 23-26. It was 45 degrees at g ame time with an 18 mph n orthwest wind — some players wore balaclavas that covered their faces, including Mets outfielder Yoenis Cespedes, who p layed on his 30th birth- d ay. Chicago skipped batting practice because of the weather, but Arrieta took the mound in short s leeves. He had not given u p a first-inning run in 25 consecutive starts since May 29. With his velocity down slightly, he found himself trailing after nine p itches and down 3-0 after 13. Granderson singled through the shift into r ight field for his ninth hit in 22 postseason at-bats. David Wright, in a 1-for-19 playoff slide, drove a fastball on a hop off the cent er-field wall with Grand erson running on the pitch. Murphy hit an 0-1pitch about 10 feet to the foul side of the right-field pole, t hen reached down for a s hin-high curveball and with a one-handed swing sent it just inside the pole. Murphy raised his right fist in triumph while r ounding first base and t ook a curtain call after a prolonged ovation. Granderson made his dashing defensive play in the second, leaping to get h is glove to the top of the 8 -foot wall just to the right of straightaway center. Granderson’s steals then helped the Mets make it 4-0 in the third. H e walked leading off and stole second as Wright struck out. Granderson swiped third, too, a nd came home when Yoe- nis Cespedes grounded to the shortstop hole for an infield single. Up next: The Cubs’ H endricks (8-7) did not g et a decision in the Division Series against St. Louis, allowing three runs and four hits in 4 2 ⁄ 3 innings with seven strikeouts and n o walks. He was replaced b y Alex Wood with a 6-2 lead after giving up consecutive homers. The Mets send deGrom (14-8) got the wins in Games 1 a nd 5 against the Dodgers, g iving up two runs in 13 innings. He is 0-2 in three career starts against the Cubs. Mets Continued from Page 1D POSTSEASON LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES (Best-of-7;x-if necessary) American League Friday,Oct.16:Kansas City 5,Toronto 0 Saturday,Oct.17:Kansas City 6,Toronto 3 Monday:Kansas City (Cueto 11-13) at Toronto (Stroman 4-0),8:07 p.m.(FS1) Tuesday:Kansas City (Young 11-6) at Toronto (Dickey 11-11),4:07 p.m.(FS1) x-Wednesday:Kansas City at Toronto,4:07 p .m.(FS1) x -Friday:Toronto at Kansas City,8:07 p.m. (FS1) x -Saturday:Toronto at Kansas City,8:07 p.m.(FS1) National League All games televised by TBS Saturday,Oct.17:New York 4,Chicago 2 Sunday,Oct.18:New York 4,Chicago 1 Tuesday:New York (deGrom 14-8) at Chicago (Hendricks 8-7),8:07 p.m. Wednesday:New York (Matz 4-0) at Chic ago (Hammel 10-7),8:07 p.m. x-Thursday:New York at Chicago, 8:07 p.m. x-Saturday:Chicago at New York, 4:07 x -Sunday:Chicago at New York,8:07 p.m. Mets 4,Cubs 1 ChicagoABRHBIBBSOAvg. Fowler cf312010.286 Schwarber lf400003.125 Bryant 3b402100.286 Rizzo 1b401002.167 St.Castro 2b-ss 400000. 125 C oghlan rf400000.000 M.Montero c300002.250 J.Baez ss 200002. 200 T .Wood p000000--- c-Denorfia ph100000.000 Richard p000000--- Strop p000000--- Arrieta p100001.000 a-La Stella ph-2b 200000. 000 Totals32151110 N ew YorkABRHBIBBSOAvg. Granderson rf321010.333 D.Wright 3b411102.143 Dan.Murphy 2b 312211. 429 C espedes cf-lf401100.125 Duda 1b 300002. 000 T .d’Arnaud c 300001. 286 C onforto lf300002.000 Clippard p 000000- -F amilia p 000000- -W .Flores ss300002.167 Syndergaard p200001.000 Niese p000000--- A.Reed p000000--- b-Lagares ph-cf 100001. 500 Totals29454212 Chicago 0 00 0 01 0 00 —150 New York30100000x—450 LOB—Chicago 5,New York 3.2B—Bryant (1),D.Wright (1).HR—Dan.Murphy (2),off Ar- rieta.RBIs—Bryant (1),D.Wright (1),Dan. Murphy 2 (3),Cespedes (1).SB—Granderson 2(2). R unners left in scoring position—Chicago 2 ( Rizzo,Coghlan);New York 1(T.d’Arnaud). RISP—Chicago 1for 4;New York 2 for 4. ChicagoIPHRERBBSOERA Arrieta L,0-15444287.20 T.Wood2000040.00 Richard 2 ⁄ 3 100000.00 Strop 1 ⁄ 3 000000.00 New YorkIPHRERBBSOERA Syndergaard W,1-05 2 ⁄ 3 311191.59 Niese H,1 1 ⁄ 3 000010.00 A.Reed H,11000000.00 Clippard H,1 1100000 .00 F amilia S,2-21100000.00 Umpires—Home,Tim Timmons;First,Ted Barrett;Second,Paul Emmel;Third,Eric Coope r;Left,Bill Miller;Right,Rob Drake. T—3:07.A—44,502 (41,922). This Date In Baseball Oct.19 1999 — Kenny Rogers walked Andruw Jones with the bases loaded and one out in the bottom of the 11th inning,sending the Atlanta Braves to the World Series with a 10-9 victory over the New York Mets in Game 6 of t he NL Championship Series. MLB STANDINGS EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division GPWLOTPtsGFGA Montreal 66001 2 2 0 7 T ampa Bay642081915 Ottawa 632171 9 1 7 F lorida53206169 Detroit532061513 Boston523041821 Toronto513131217 Buffalo 5140291 4 Metropolitan Division GPWLOTPtsGFGA N.Y.Islanders531171715 N.Y.Rangers632171415 Washington431061310 Philadelphia 4211571 0 P ittsburgh5230479 New Jersey51313814 Carolina514021117 Columbus606001330 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division GPWLOTPtsGFGA St.Louis6510102114 Dallas541081913 Nashville 541081 4 9 W innipeg 642082 0 1 3 M innesota 531171 4 1 5 C hicago633061414 Colorado422041514 Pacific Division G P WLO T P ts G F G A San Jose54108178 Vancouver53117159 Arizona532061611 Anaheim51313512 Los Angeles41302413 Edmonton514021015 C algary514021019 NOTE:Two points for a win,one for overtime loss. Sunday’s Games New Jersey 2,N.Y.Rangers 1,OT S t.Louis 4,Winnipeg 2 Anaheim 4,Minnesota 1 Edmonton at Vancouver Colorado at Los Angeles Monday’s Games San Jose at N.Y.Rangers,7 p.m. Summaries Devils 2,Rangers 1(OT) N ew Jersey 0101—2 N.Y.Rangers 1000—1 First Period— 1,N.Y.Rangers,Stepan 3 (Lindberg),3:12. Second Period— 2,New Jersey,Henrique 3 ( Cammalleri,Severson),1:52. Third Period— None. Overtime —3,New Jersey,Stempniak 1 ( Henrique,Greene),3:07. Shots on Goal— New Jersey 6-11-5-2—24. N.Y.Rangers 9-8-8-2—27. Power-play opportunities —New Jersey 0 of 3;N.Y.Rangers 0 of 2. Goalies— New Jersey,Schneider 1-1-1(27 s hots-26 saves).N.Y.Rangers,Lundqvist 3-2-1 (24-22). A— 18,006 (18,006). T— 2:23. Blues 4,Jets 2 St.Louis 022—4 Winnipeg 020—2 First Period— None. Second Period— 1,St.Louis,Tarasenko 4 (Jaskin,Lehtera),3:27.2,Winnipeg,Perreault 1(Wheeler,Little),4:31(pp).3,St.Louis, Up- shall 2 (Jaskin,Edmundson),9:42.4,Winnipeg,Stafford 2 (Ehlers,Scheifele), 12:27 (pp). Third Period— 5,St.Louis,Tarasenko 5 (Go- mez,Gunnarsson),9:50.6,St.Louis,Gunnars- s on 1(Parayko,Backes),18:53 (pp). Shots on Goal— St.Louis 10-14-17—41. Winnipeg 12-11-6—29. Power-play opportunities —St.Louis 1of 6;Winnipeg 2 of 7. Goalies— St.Louis,Elliott 4-0-0 (29 shots-27 s aves).Winnipeg,Pavelec 2-2-0 (41-37). A— 15,294 (15,016). T— 2:44. Ducks 4,Wild 1 Minnesota 100—1 Anaheim 202—4 First Period— 1,Anaheim,Fowler 1(Getzlaf, Hagelin),10:08.2,Minnesota,Niederreiter 2 ( Koivu),12:55.3,Anaheim,Rakell 1(Lindholm,Perry),16:01. Second Period— None. Third Period— 4,Anaheim,Santorelli 1(Hor- coff,Maroon),8:58.5,Anaheim,Lindholm 1, 18:51(en). Shots on Goal— Minnesota 6-13-16—35. A naheim 9-3-10—22. Power-play opportunities —Minnesota 0 of 1;Anaheim 0 of 2. Goalies— Minnesota,Dubnyk 3-1-0 (21 shots-18 saves).Anaheim,Khudobin 1-1-0 (35-34). A— 16,784 (17,174). T— 18:51. Calendar Nov.6 — Hockey Hall of Fame game:Detroit at Toronto. Nov.9 — Hockey Hall of Fame induction at T oronto. No.10 — General managers meetings at Toronto. Dec.1— Signing deadline for Group 2 free agents,5 p.m.EST. Dec.7-8 — Board of governors meetings at Pebble Beach,Calif. NHL Vladimir Tarasenko delivered the knockout p unch for the St. Louis B lues T arasenko scored twice and Brian Elliott made 26 saves in the streaking Blues’ 4-2 victory over the Winnipeg Jets on Sunday. “We won the street fight. That was a good, old-fashioned street fight,” St. Louis coach K en Hitchcock said. “It w as a lot of fun and we w on the street fight. It was close, hard fought. The teams really get after each other.” T arasenko gave the B lues a 3-2 lead on a del ayed penalty midway through the third period, firing a shot past goalie Ondrej Pavelec and into the corner of the net for his fifth goal of the season. The Blues have won four straight to improve to 5-1-0. They will finish t heir six-game trip at M ontreal on Tuesday. “ It’s a tough road trip. We had something like three games in 72 hours,” Tarasenko said. “We have o ne more game against an u nbeaten team.” S cottie Upshall and Carl Gunnarsson also scored for St. Louis. “I think we’ve shown we can play with anybody,” Hitchcock said. “We’ve sustained very significant injuries here already and yet we’ve still found ways to score goals, w hich is a good sign.” N ikolaj Ehlers and M athieu Perreault scored for Winnipeg, and Pavelec stopped 37 shots. The Jets dropped to 4-2-0. “ I like our start. I t hought our first period w e were on top of it. Our pace was just off a little bit,” Jets captain Andrew Ladd said. Tarasenko opened the scoring at 3:27 of the second with a nifty move and aperfectly placed shot over Pavelec’s glove. Tarasenko broke the t ied at 9:50 of the third, a nd Gunnarsson added a p ower-play goal with 1:07 left. Devils 2, Rangers 1 (OT): Lee Stempniak s cored at 3:07 of overtime a nd the New Jersey Devi ls finally gave new coach John Hynes a victory with awin over the New York Rangers. Adam Henrique, who scored early in the second period, made the cross-ice pass that Stempniak fired past his former teammate Henrik Lundqvist to end t he 3-on-3 overtime. D ucks 4, Wild 1: Anton K hudobin rebounded from a rough outing with 34 saves, and the Anaheim Ducks got goals from C am Fowler, Rickard Rak ell and Mike Santorelli to b eat the Minnesota Wild for their first victory of the season. Khudobin, who was pulled less than 13 minutes into a 4-0 loss the Arizona Coyotes last Wednesday after giving up three goals on eight shots in his Ducks debut, got another c hance against the club t hat drafted him in 2004. 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