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– Carlos CarrascoHowever, in his first start since April, he lost control in the first half. after the first exit, Amed Rosario Singles and Jose Ramirez He walked on four pitches. after defaults Josh NaylorAnd 2-0, the batter would hit a three-run shot on a sinker 3-1 to put Cleveland up 3-0.
This is the 13th consecutive game the opposition has scored first against the Mets. They’re now outscoring 41-10 at halftime this season.
Carrasco was better the rest of the way but allowed two more runs before going through five. Its slider wasn’t sharp because it often hung, making for a difficult contact. His recent streak against the Guardians: 5 IP (80 pitches/49 strikeouts), five hits, five runs, two walks and three strikeouts. His ERA rose from 8.56 to 8.68 after he was out.
– One of the big stories that ran into the series was the revisiting of the Lindor trade that brought Shortstop and Carrasco to Queens. The players who went to Cleveland in the deal were Rosario and Andres Jimenez. Rosario beat his former team, going 2-for-5 on an RBI single. Gimenez went 0-for-5 with the shutout.
Lindor, facing his former club for the first time, volleyed a double from the top of the left midwall. It was plated with two exits Jeff McNeil One to get the Mets to within 5-2 in the fifth inning.
Lindor went 3-for-6 with a double, scoring two runs and a massive RBI in extra innings.
– The game changed in the seventh inning. after Dominic Leon I worked in and out of trouble on the sixth, and he couldn’t repeat it later. With the Guardian leading only 5-3, Lyon gave up consecutive singles to lead off the seventh, then walked the bases loaded. Buck Showalter Brought Stephen Nogosek to try out the inning. Rosario smoked fastball 3-2 l Brandon Nemo For the first time, however Will Brennanwho was on third, tried to get home but turned around, allowing Álvarez and W.H Brett Patti to double it. After walking to Jose Ramirez To load the bases again, Naylor hit a two-run single to put the Guardians up 7-3. Nogosek walked Josh Bell to reload the bases and force Showalter to make a changeup. Tommy Hunter Mercy came out of the inning.
In the bottom half of the inning, Nemo pulled a walk before Lindor caught a single and McNeil walked the bases loaded with no holes and Alonso was at the plate. Alonso fired a 3-1 fastball into the right-center wall to tie the game at 7-7. It was Alonso’s fourth home run in four games, and his 71st career home run at Citi Field, tying Lucas Duda For most players in the history of the stadium.
– Adam Ottavino He came on in the eighth inning—his third appearance in four days—and knocked out the guard. David Robertson He came in the ninth, his third in a row in his career and the first time he did so with the Mets. He took out the Guardians, 1-2-3, thanks in large part to two great defensive plays from McNeil and Alonso. Drew Smith She started the 10th day by coaxing Naylor out, however Gabriel Arias — who ran for Bell earlier in the game — Smith hit deep on a 1-0 down center fastball that went over the right field wall and put the Guardians up 9-7. It’s the first home run Smith has allowed this year.
in the lower half of the tenth, Starling Mart – who finished 0 for 4 with two strokes – flew out. Vientos drove a first pitch slider up the middle for a single that scored Patty, who was a ghost runner. Daniel Vogelbach Came to pinch hit to Mark Kanha when Eduardo Escobar – Who pinch ran to Mark Ventus – stole the second. Vogelbach hit swings for a breeding Francisco Alvarez with two outs. On the 0-2 pitch, Alvarez pulled the slider through the hole between shortstop and third base to score Escobar. Nemo hit a leadoff single, which Lindor followed with a first pitch to score Alvarez and lift the Mets to a 10–9 victory.
BATE, Ventos and Álvarez were in the same line-up for the first time in their careers. Batty hit a double in the second inning, which was the Mets’ only hit until the fifth when Alvarez hit a solo shot to put the Mets on the plate. Batty caught a solo home run, his fourth long ball of the season, in the sixth inning to cut the Mets’ deficit to 5–3. He had a blowout in the opposite field, the first of his career, and went 368 feet.
Patty finished the day 2-for-5, while Alvarez went 2-for-4 with two RBI and two runs. Vientos went 1-for-4 with a walk and an RBI.
The Mets continue their three-game series against the Guardians on Saturday afternoon at 4:10 p.m