The Dominican baseball player made himself felt in the game against the Braves with a single that pushed two in the third inning of the MLB match.
New York Mets he was finally able to win a game in his series against Atlanta Braves. It occurred this Sunday, in the Truist Park, where New Yorkers defeated their rival on duty for 7-2.
The Mets found their offense in the third inning. There, they took advantage of an excellent play by Robinson Canó to draw differences that were ultimately irreplaceable.
The Dominican player hit a single to left field that ended up towing two teammates when the bases were full.
The Mets continued their assault on enemy territory for the next two innings, before clearly winning.
In this way, New Yorkers left behind a streak of five consecutive defeats (three against the Braves) and were 4-7 in the Eastern Division of the National League, where those of Atlanta are second, with record of 7-4 .
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