DeGrom 13 fans over 5 innings, the Mets sweep the pirates

NEW YORK (AFP) – Jacob Degrom hit 13 hitters – the most ever for a Mets bowler to have thrown five rounds or less – but did not take into account the decision on Sunday, when the NL East leaders beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 7-3 to complete A survey of four games.

The Mets scored four in the eighth to break the tie.

Terrence Goure ran in place of Thomas Nido, who beat Robert Stevenson (2-2). Gore stole second after three throws to first by Manny Banuelos, and finished third when catcher Jason Delay sailed to midfield and scored a Brandon Nemo goal.

Daniel Vogelbach added an RBI single, and Eduardo Escobar had a score.

Julie Rodriguez (1-4) scored five goals in two perfect rounds.

The Mets cut 12 runners in the first seven rounds. But Jeff McNeil had an RBI song in the first and charted a rally laden with rules in the second, when Pete Alonso crashed hard.

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