OUT LOUD

“They’re flying high right now. We’re the hunter now. They’re the hunted. The roles are reversed.”

— Yankees GM Brian Cashman, on how the reloaded Blue Jays have altered the balance of power in the AL East.

 

GAME OF NUMBERS

37: Number of major leaguers — after Bryce Harper joind the group Friday — to hit 30 or more homers as a 22-year-old.

 

13-27: The A’s major league-worst record in one-run games.

 

68: Mets home runs at Citi Field this season, a franchise record.

 

Now pitching …

John Lamb, LHP, Cincinnati

A forgettable major league debut hit really close to home. The lefthander, who gave up five runs in six innings to the host Dodgers, is the grandson of the late John Ramsey, who was the Dodgers’ public-address announcer from 1958 to ’84. Lamb also was part of the July trade that sent Johnny Cueto to the Royals, who drafted Lamb in the fifth round in 2008.