Mets-Nationals clear benches after Francisco hit Lindor in the face with bad luck

The New York Mets and Washington Nationals are heating up as multiple players have been hit by pitches in just two games.

The MLB season has just started and we’ve already cleared bases. The New York Mets, apparently not fans of being hit by pitches, cleared their benches after another batter was hit by a pitch.

This time it was Francisco Lindor who got hit in the face.

Unfortunately, on Friday night, in the fourth inning of the game between the Mets and the Washington Nationals, Lindor was hit by a pitch. And based on where he was hit and the way several other hitters were thrown to the ground, it seemed everyone from the Mets organization went straight onto the field.

Just look at EVERYONE leaving this shelter.

Mets manager Buck Showalter is a pretty old school guy, and he’s the first to lead his team onto the field.

The New York Mets vacate the bench after the pitch hit the fourth player in 14 innings against the Washington Nationals

Pete Alonso was also hit by a pitch on Thursday evening. Unfortunately, like Lindor, he was hit in the head. At the moment it looks like he’s doing fine, but even so, this whole deal isn’t good.

This situation is far from ideal for a variety of reasons. Guys hitting the head with a pitch should probably be avoided. If the Nationals could do without it, the benches might not have been vacated. Mets-Nationals clear benches after Francisco hit Lindor in the face with bad luck

John Verrall

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