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Jason Vargas never talks to fans from the on-de

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WILLIAMSPORT Mike Montgomery Jersey , Pa. (AP) —ck circle, just like major league teams never line up after a game and shake hands.Put a big league game in a tiny park full of 11 and 12 year olds, though, and those kinds of customs get tossed aside.Amed Rosario had three hits and drove in three runs, and the New York Mets went from cheering on players in the Little League World Series to impressing the youngsters in an 8-2 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies on Sunday night.Jeff McNeil added a two-run single to back Vargas (3-8) as the Mets claimed the second Little League Classic and prevented the Phillies from moving into first place in the NL East. Philadelphia dropped into a three-way tie for the top NL wild card.“I had some cool interactions with the kids,” Vargas said of his in-game dialogue. “They were having a great time.”Carlos Santana hit a two-run homer for the Phillies, but Nick Pivetta (7-10) allowed six runs in 3 2/3 innings in Philadelphia’s seventh loss in 11 games.After the final out, players lined up across the diamond for a postgame tradition for kids that’s never seen in the majors.“I thought the handshaking gesture was huge,” Phillies manager Gabe Kapler said. “It’s something I experienced for the first time since I was in Little League.”Players and families from the 16 teams competing in the nearby LLWS packed into 2,500-seat Bowman Field, the 92-year-old home of the Phillies’ Class A affiliate in the New York-Penn League.And the spotlight shined on New York’s Todd Frazier and Michael Conforto and Philadelphia’s Scott Kingery, who are among 54 players who reached the majors after playing in the LLWS.“Pretty surreal because I walked into the dugout and they were getting ready to play a game and one of them was like, ‘Whoa, that’s Scott Kingery!'” said the rookie infielder, who doubled in the fifth. “That’s crazy, because I remember when I was sitting in that dugout.”Frazier, who sparked a four-run second with a leadoff single, helped Toms River http://www.chicagocubsteamshop.com/authentic-david-ross-jersey , New Jersey, win the 1998 title when he led off the game with a home run and struck out the final batter.“It’s been a long day, but well worth it,” said Frazier, who hadn’t been back to Williamsport since 1999. “I kept telling these kids, let it all sink in.”The Mets built a 6-0 lead in the fourth to take the five-game series and improve to 8-5 against the Phillies, who dropped a half-game behind division-leading Atlanta.The teams flew 185 miles Sunday morning from Philadelphia, where the first four games were played. They were met by youth players at the airport, then bused to the Little League complex.“We were driving through the city and people were coming out of their homes and waving to us,” Mets manager Mickey Callaway said.While watching the kids play, Mets ace Jacob deGrom interviewed some for TV. Santana took selfies with the youngsters. Phillies outfielder Rhys Hoskins chased down Little Leaguer and internet sensation Alfred “Big Al” Delia.“We share a common love, hitting dingers,” Hoskins said.Hoskins narrowly missed homering with a long foul in the third and a single off the wall in the sixth against Vargas, who entered with an 8.10 ERA.Santana followed with his 18th homer, and Vargas was lifted after allowing two runs and six hits in 5 1/3 innings.Rosario had a two-run single in the second, chased Pivetta with a single in the fourth and added a sixth-inning RBI single.The Little League teams were introduced, in full uniform, before the game. They danced between innings Jose Quintana Jersey , ate plenty of ice cream and watched the lowly Mets collect 14 hits.“Some of them are stepping into America for the first time ever and they get to see a Major League Baseball game. I think that’s pretty cool,” Frazier said. “And that one kid who’s never been here before, you want to show them the right way to play and how exciting it is and how great it is.”NEXT YEARCommissioner Rob Manfred announced the Cubs will face the Pirates in next year’s Williamsport game on Aug. 18.HAPPY ADDITIONSTwo of the more excited players were Phillies C Andrew Knapp and Mets 1B Dominic Smith, who were recalled from the minors. Each team could add a 26th player because it was a neutral site game.“A tremendous experience,” said Smith, who had an RBI double in the eighth.Knapp purchased a West regional Little League cap. The California native fell a couple wins shy of reaching LLWS when he was a kid.“I didn’t get one when I was 11, so I had to get one now,” he said.TRAINER’S ROOMMets: Brandon Nimmo (left index finger) was out of the lineup for the fourth straight game. … 3B David Wright (shoulder, back) ended an 0-for-14 rehab skid by going 2 for 3 for Class A St. Lucie while playing five innings in the field. … OF Jay Bruce (left hip) went 2 for 5 as the DH for St. Lucie.Phillies: RHP Jerad Eickhoff (right lat) allowed one run and three hits in 4 2/3 innings for Triple-A Lehigh Valley.UP NEXTMets: RHP Zack Wheeler (8-6, 3.75 ERA) opposes San Francisco LHP Derek Holland (6-8, 3.83) on Monday night in New York.Phillies: RHP Vince Velasquez (8-9, 4.13) faces Nationals RHP Tanner Roark on Tuesday night to open a three-game series at Washington. The San Diego Padres already made the biggest splash of the MLB offseason, reportedly signing Manny Machado to a 10-year, $300 million deal, perMark FeinsandofMLB.com.And Jon Heyman of the MLB Network even reported on Tuesday afternoon that the team might not be done there.Jon Heyman JonHeymanPadres are pulling off one surprise (once Manny finalized) but here another shocker : they aren ruling out Bryce Harper, too. 110M payroll (with MM) is still lower than most.Landing both Machado and Bryce Harper in the same offseasonwo of baseball's biggest starsould be a shocking development. But it appears the Padres will be stopping with Machado.Kevin Acee of theSan Diego Union-Tribune, for example,reported earlier Tuesday that the Padres were "out" on Harper.Bob Nightengale ofUSA Todayreported the same on Tuesday evening:Bob Nightengale BNightengaleThe #Padres are ecstatic landing Manny Machado http://www.chicagocubsteamshop.com/authentic-david-ross-jersey , and with $300 million committed to Machado, are bowing out of the Bryce Harper sweepstakes. The #Phillies remain the front-runner for Harper while the #SFGiants are also in the picture.It's unclear just what the market will be for Harper. The Washington Nationals reportedly offered him the exact deal Machado ended up with in October, which he turned down. Will the Nationals get back in the bidding?The Chicago White Sox and Philadelphia Phillies have also been linked to Harper throughout the offseason, though the Phillies feel like far more likely candidates to splash the major cash it will take to bring in Harper:Joel Sherman Joelsherman1Machado signed for what #Nationals offered Harper in last week of the reg season ?albeit with deferrals. I would suspect Harper is going to beat this still with belief #Phillies remain most likely destinationTodd Zolecki ToddZoleckiThe White Sox figure to compete for Bryce Harper, but they weren willing to go $300 million for Manny Machado. If that remains the case, that good for #Phillies. tnzOtgy95sOf course, the Phillies may not be Harper's dream destination, either:Andy Martino martinonycHeard the same thing reiterated from a different source. Harper said to be reluctant to go to Philly. If they can get to $326 mil -- beating Stantons deal, that could overrule his doubts. YgnIsprkMxThe San Francisco Giants have also been rumored to have Harper interest, though theyreportedlyonly want to do a shorter-term deal, which could be a dealbreaker.And, of course, there's always the chance that a mystery team will swoop in at the last minute to sign Harper. At this stage that feels more like something Harper's agent, Scott Boras, would like teams to believe to drive up his client's value, rather than an actual possibility.So there was a scenario in which the Padres could be a contender in the Harper sweepstakes if they were willing to break the bank a second time. But that would mean tying up $600 million in contracts to two players for the next decade.And it appears the Padres aren't interested in going down that road.
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