Mets record four hits, two earned runs against Nationals' starter in 5-0 win
Former Arkansas two-way player Evan Lee became the most recent pitcher on a long list of Razorbacks to appear in a Major League game.
The southpaw earned the start for the Washington Nationals in a 5-0 loss to the New York Mets at Citi Field.
The Bryant native finished the day with 3⅔ innings pitched, surrendered four hits, two earned runs, walked three and struck out two. He threw 67 pitches in his debut.
Lee started things off with a pair of quick outs on five pitches. His first Major League pitch was a strike to Brandon Nimmo, who took the second pitch for a ride to deep right-center for Lee’s first big-league out.