the mets He was knocked out for the second time in three games against the Atlanta Braves and swept with a header on Saturday.
Here’s the takeaway…
– From the start of the game, it was a good old-fashioned archer’s duel Jose Quintana And Spencer Stryder. Matching zeros in the first four innings, both pitchers were running everything from the first pitch.
Quintana retired the first 10 players he ever faced Ozzie Albies Singles in the fourth inning. A stolen base and a walk put Quintana into his first trouble of the night, but a left-hander caused a double play by a left-handed batter. Matt Olson which ended the inning.
– On the other hand, Strider allowed one person to Brandon Nemo to lead the match but were screws after that. With a runner on second and one out in the inning, the Mets again were unable to hit the big hit and allowed Stryder to escape a scoring opportunity early on.
– The Mets got their first batter in the second inning as well, but again couldn’t push a strike through. In fact, Stryder allowed the first batter of the first three innings to reach base (twice by walking), and each time he got away with trouble.
The first half of the game came at the top of the fifth inning. after deletion Travis Darno To start the frame, Quintana allowed a line drive double to left field Marcel Ozuna which advanced to third place in the pop-up list. dead face Kevin Pillar – #8 ATLANTA HITTER – With two outs, veteran Quintana had a way to get out of the first round, but after seven pitches in hitting, Pilar moved to center field to break a scoreless tie.
New York had another chance to score in the bottom half of the frame after Nemo doubled toward the left field line with two outs, only the team’s second hit of the night (both by Nemo). Francisco Lindor It immediately popped into the foul area leaving the Mets with nothing.
Quintana’s final turn came in the sixth inning when he loaded the bases with one walk and two outs, but got out without allowing a run. For his fourth straight start, Quintana went at least six innings pitched and allowed only one run on four hits, three walks and three strikeouts. He lowered his ERA to 3.03 and was the hard-hitting loser of the game after New York was unable to give him a boost. Still looking for his first win with the Mets.
– after Trevor Gott pitching a scoreless seventh inning, Drew Smith He came into the eighth inning and it didn’t go well, not thanks to his defense. Albez led off the inning with a hit-by-pitch and scored in the inning Austin RileyPick a fielder who went last Danny Mendik At second base by Tim Locastro He released the ball into midfield, allowing the running back to score. Smith then allowed a two-out double to Ozuna that made it 4–0 Braves, effectively ending New York’s chance at a comeback.
– However, the Mets put runners on second and third with two outs in the bottom half of the eighth but were unable to score.
Albis added a two-run homer in the ninth inning Phil Pickford To wrap things up as Atlanta outscored the Mets 34-3 in the first three games of the series.
The Mets and Braves finish off the four-game block on Sunday Night Baseball starting at 7:10 p.m.
RHP Kodai Singa Pitches for New York, opposed by the RHP Uni Cherinos.