the mets The Los Angeles Angels recovered late to snap a four-game losing streak with a 3-2 victory over the Los Angeles Angels in the series finale on Sunday afternoon at Citi Field.
Here are some takeaways…
– both of them David Peterson And Griffin Canning He walked leading batters in the first inning, but then fought back to strand them there. Peterson then needed only ten throws to pull off an easy second.
The Left Hander worked around a single on the third, and crossed it out Shuhei Otani On a 95 mph fastball to the strand Louis Rengifo in the scoring position. He issued a two-hit walk in the fourth round but was again able to quickly eliminate the threat.
– The Mets offense finally managed to break through the bottom of the fourth. Singles from Jeff McNeil And Daniel Fogelbach Put two with two out Francisco Alvarez. The rookie, who has been struggling lately, put up a leadoff single to bring home the first run of the game.
Running with the lead for the first time, Peterson put together the shutout the Mets were looking for. He continued to cruise to #6, put Los Angeles in the standings, and went on to stretch seven consecutive batters retired.
— the Mets put up another threat for their sixth straight singles Alonso House and Vogelbach, but Alvarez made a swing to get Canning out of the half.
Peterson returned to seventh for the first time this season and began to lose some ground, as the walk and singles loaded the bases with only one out. However, the lefty was able to pull back, and came out of the inning allowing only one run at the player’s choice.
In one of his best starts of the season, Peterson allowed only one run on three hits while walking three times and striking out eight on 104 pitches.
The New York team struggled to support the left’s strong start, as well Drew Smith entered and allowed a solo home run to the first batter he faced, putting Los Angeles ahead for the first time in the game.
Offense was immediately answered, though, as Francisco Lindor He extended his hitting streak to 13 games with one center to Surface in the bottom of the eighth. After advancing to second on the field, Alonso drove it home with an equalizing double.
– after Adam Piccolo He put up a zero in the top of the ninth, and the Mets managed something in the bottom half. After Alvarez was leading the HBP inning, DJ Stewart single lined f Mark Winds Four pitches were walked and the bases loaded with no out. Rafael Ortega Then he hit a single that just landed a right-hander, propelling New York to a 3-2 victory, and snapping their four-game losing skid.
The Mets continue their home run as they open a three-game series with the Texas Rangers on Monday at 7:10 p.m.
Texas has yet to name a starting linebacker, but a right-hander Taylor Miguel (7-7, 5.54 ERA) will take the ball for New York on SNY.