The Venezuelan receiver drove in the last run that allowed the New York team to beat the Marlins 5-4.
The day of action of the MLB, as well as other prominent and professional competitions in the United States, was marked by the suspension of matches in support of the new racial protests. Still, Major League Baseball had about 12 games to cheer on Wednesday night.
New York Mets was one of the protagonists who played a close match at his stadium, Citi Field, against Miami marlins. However, there was a Venezuelan hand that unlocked the clash and gave the local victory by 5-4.
With the board even, the receiver Wilson Ramos he singled to right field in the eighth inning (after three trips to the plate) to drive his team’s final and final run (by Billy Hamilton). The one born in Valencia 33 years ago finished like this 3-1, with one produced. Another who stood out was the Dominican Robinson Canó, 4-3 with an RBI.
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The Mets improve their record to 13 wins and 16 games this season in their quest to move up in a NL East division that shows them 4th, five wins behind the leading Atlanta Braves.
Diamondbacks 7-Rockies 8
Cardinals 6-Royals 5
Rangers 1-Athletics 3
Indians 6-Twins 3
Tigers 7-Cubs 6
Rays 4-Orioles 3
Blue Jays 9-Red Sox 1
Nationals 2-Phillies 3
Braves 2-Yankees 1
Braves 5-Yankees 1
White Sox 10-Pirates 3
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