Mets Break MLB Hit Batters Record

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On Wednesday night, the New York Mets painfully set a new MLB record.

Three batters were struck by Milwaukee Brewers pitchers collectively as they defeated New York 6-0 at home.

With 106 hits against batters in a single season, the Mets set a contemporary major league record.

Canha was struck in the back by Adrian Houser in the fifth inning, tying the previous mark of 105 held by the 2021 Cincinnati Reds.

Six of the 35 MLB players who have been struck by a pitch at least ten times this season are Mets.