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Game Recap: Mets score late in 6-1 win over nationals



0-23 doesn't sound good. It is not even pleasant to write. But it was regrettable that the Mets record was subsequently after seven innings that came to Wednesday's fight against Nationals.

After the game things were changed.

Now, the record is 1

-23 when New York Mets scored six runs at the bottom of the eighth to beat the Washington Nationals 6-1. (box score)

Three unlikely heroes brought Mets to victory with important hits in the eighth. Adeiny Hechavarria Juan Lagares and Rajai Davis helped everyone to lead Mets to score six times in the frame to carry them to victory. Interesting of the three were only Lagares in the starting line.

Hechavarria came in place of Robinson Cano in fourth after Cano pulled up for a grounder in the third. He was later diagnosed with left quad density. Davis was not even in Queens until Wednesday, but the 38-year-old was homered in his first bat as a Met to give Mets their final margin.

Davis becomes the 11th player in Mets history to hit a home run in his first in bats and also the oldest.

For Washington, they continue to be besieged by a scornful bullpen. Entering the game of the evening they were pitching to a 6.61 ERA, the highest in the league. The evening's efforts certainly didn't help, as their bullpen was responsible for all six Mets runs. Nats are 2-9 in play started by Max Scherzer who started Wednesday for Nats and was excellent, allowing no rounds in six innings.

Mets starter Jacob deGrom was also excellent, giving only two hits in six innings. Mets Bullpen registered the last nine outs to secure the win.

New York has now won its last six games at Citi Field and seven of their last eight. They go to the series sweep on Thursday with Steven Matz pitching for the Mets.

Pitching

Jacob deGrom made his 10th start of the year, second against the citizens and third against Scherzer.

Jake and Mets fell behind two smashes in the game. After a ground-out of the lead-off man Trea Turner Adam Eaton who had become blunt in the series, slugged a home run to give Nats the early lead. It was Eaton's fourth homer of the year. No further damage was done in the first as both Anthony Rendon and Juan Soto flew out to finish the entrance.

DeGrom settled well after the opening frame at a time of retirement 11 citizens in the row. The strike ended in the fifth inning of a base hit of Matt Adams to lead the fifth, but was stranded when Washington could not score.

Jacob finished giving up another hit in his outing, one of Adams in the fifth. Overall, DeGrom went in for 6 innings, allowing two hits, one race, three walks and eight strikes that jumped 103 seats, 63 of which were strikes.

Robert Gsellman entered the game seventh and seventh

Drew Gagnon started the eighth and mirrored Gsellman's fine inning by pitching a 1-2-3 inning and requires only 7 seats.

Tyler Bashlor came in to pitch the ninth and worked around a single to secure the victory.

Misdemeanor

The Metses received seven hits against Washington on Wednesday night.

New York had an excellent chance to score in the first inning. Amed Rosario suffered with a single. After a strikeout of J.D. Davis Robinson Cano rolled a slow grounder to Adams, who immediately threw a slow scrub in the center field so Rosario could go to third and Cano to the other. Mets could not exploit the error as Pete Alonso knocked out and Todd Frazier due to finish the entrance.

Metsne could put two in fourth and fifth innings. In the fourth, Frazier led with a double, his seventh hit in his last 16 bat and first hit in his career against Scherzer. Carlos Gomez followed with a ride to put runners on first and second. Scherzer was able to get out of trouble by knocking out both Juan Lagares and Tomas Nido to finish the entry with Nats still leading 1-0.

In the fifth deGrom is headed by a single, Jacob's fifth hit of the year. After Rosario and Davis knocked out, Adeiny Hechavarria went to put runners back on the first and second. Alonso could not bring in the widening entrance when he was out for the third time in the game to end the entrance. Mets poured a total of seven runners in the first five innings.

Mets took the lead too well in an exciting eighth inning. Hechavarria doubled with one out. Frazier drew a two-out time, and Gomez was hit by a pitch to load the bases. In perhaps one of the year's biggest bat, Lagares doubled to the deep left to clear the bases to give Mets a 3-1 lead.

Wilson Ramos who had come in to squeeze for Nido was intentionally going to put two men on. Mets, with a short bench due to injuries, turned to 38 year olds Rajai Davis who was just in the team Wednesday. He immediately launched a missile that cleared the wall in the left. The three round home runs gave Mets a 6-1 lead.

On Deck

Mets concludes their four fighting series against Nationals playing a Thursday first-pitched matinee matinee scheduled for 12:10 PM. Steven Matz (3-3, 3.96 ERA) will make his second start after coming from IL.

A high pitch count (81 slots) limited Matz to only 3 2/3 innings in his last start against Miami in his last trip. Stephen Strasburg (4-3, 3.32 ERA) will be on the ground for citizens. Strasburg has been on its game lately, since since mid-April he held hitters for a .189 batting average. He has confronted Mets twice a year with a 1-0 record and 2.84 ERA.


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