New York Mets barely beat Milwaukee Brewers 5-4

New York Mets barely beat Milwaukee Brewers 5-4



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David Wright brought the Mets to victory on Sunday with a ninth inning 3-0 pitch into right center.

Photograph: Courtesy Creative Commons/Flickr/Scott Smith
Photograph: Courtesy Creative Commons/Flickr/Scott Smith
WASHINGTON, May 21, 2016 –  The Mets luck began changing on Friday as Steven Matz created a two-run homer in the first inning during Friday game against the Brewers.Matz was just coming back from having a start scratched and it must have been what the beleaguered team needed. The left-hander pitcher also showed that the elbow discomfort, which caused the Mets to skip his last scheduled outing in Colorado, was nothing serious.

The luck continued today with a walk-off line drive single to right-center by David Wright on a 3-0 fastball. With the bases loaded that scored Eric Campbell with the winning run in the Mets’ 5-4 victory over the Brewers at Citi Field.   J.P. Pelzmann, from The Record reports on the game:

NEW YORK — It has been a tough season for David Wright. But he had a shining moment Saturday. Wright lined a 3-0 pitch into right-center for a game-winning, bases-loaded single with one out in the ninth inning to lift the Mets to a 5-4 win over Milwaukee, their second straight victory. Eric Campbell led off…


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