Lindor and the Mets defeated the Marlins’ López 9-3 to complete the sweep


“I focused on making good pitches,” said Lindall. “We got them and we didn’t miss them. It was one of those days where we got pitches and scored wherever we wanted.”

“He didn’t even know he was 11-7,” Lindow said. “Just watch baseball and swing the ball well.”

The Marlins suffered his seventh straight loss at home. The Mets built a 6–0 lead over Lopez, chasing righties after 2 2/3 innings. Lopez (7-6), who was the subject of trade rumors all week, had his one RBI in his shortest start of the season.

New York starter Ty Juan Walker gave up three runs in 5 2/3 innings. Walker (9-2) he allowed seven hits, walked two, and knocked out four.

Story Highlights

  • Geoff McNeill doubled his number in his two appearances and Mark Cana also scored three goals as he was the NL East leader as he went on a six-game winning streak and recorded his season-high 19 goals. Did. Of those, 12 of them were against Lopez.

  • Lindor went 7-11, doubled, and hit a home run in the series over the weekend. He scored safely in 18 of 19 games.

An RBI double by Pete Alonso and run-scoring singles by McNeil and Kanya gave New York his 3–0 lead in the first.

Tyler his Nakin scored his first hit as a Met in the third run as his score his triple made it 4–0 for him. Acquired in a trade from Cincinnati on Thursday, Naquin met Kanya single. Brandon Nimo hit an RBI single followed by Luis Guillorme’s single to score Caña and end Lopez’s outing.

“This is the third time they’ve seen me this season,” Lopez said. And sometimes we can see if they have a good game plan.” When the series began, the Marlins were at stake for his third NL wild card his spot, and in two games Sandy He had high hopes for the ace fielding Alcantara and Lopez. . Instead, the Mets combined 10 runs and 20 hits against Miami’s top two starters.

Mets manager Buck Showalter said, “We’ve pulled the strength we need to fight Lopez. “We pitched well here. It was fun to watch. We had a lot of contributors.” A big early advantage allowed Walker to come in sixth and make the decision.

“It was easy today because we scored a lot,” Walker said. “I managed to hit the zone.” The Marlins hit his 20th inning sleigh scoreless on Jacob Stirling’s RBI his single in his fifth. Jesús Sanchez’s RBI and rookie Charles Leblanc’s sixth-place solo home run helped Miami to 7-3. LeBlanc’s first major league outburst ended an 11-game home run drought at the Marlins’ stadium.

Helpers Tommy Hunter, Steven Nogosek and Yoann Lopez followed Walker to take his final 10 outs. Nemo achieved fielder selection scoring Kanha in the seventh inning. Nemo then went home from the start on Lindor’s hard two-out punch, bounced off second baseman Joey Wendle, and rolled into midfield.