Good morning, Mets fans! And what a good morning it truly is!
On Saturday, the Mets won another thriller against the Washington Nationals by a score of 4-3.Noah Syndergaard started the game and went seven strong innings, gave up two runs on seven hits and logged five strikeouts.
J.D. Davis and Wilson Ramos provided some thunder as they hit back-to-back home runs in the fourth inning to tie the game. AfterSeth Lugo gave the Nationals the lead in the eighth,Luis Guillormecame on from the bench and hit a game-tying home run in the bottom of the inning.
Lugo would close out the game in the ninth and collected his third save of the year. With the win, New York has now won 15 of their last 16 contests. Simply amazin’!
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2005: In one of the scariest plays in major league history,Carlos Beltran and Mike Cameron collide going after a fly ball in the outfield. The latter suffered a broken nose as well as multiple fractures in both cheekbones.
Let’s go Mets!