The Mets smoked the Diamondbacks on Citi Field in a 9-0 win on Wednesday, including 11 New York goals. >> Box Score
Five game snacks on Wednesday
1) Todd Frazier and Brandon Nimmo left the Mets on Wednesday.
Amed Rosario doubled and stole third base, scoring a ground out on Wilson Ramos . Then the fireworks started. A single from JD Davis scored Jeff McNeil who was hit by a pitch, and Frazier cracked a two-leg home run to bring the early score to 4-0. However, the Mets were not finished there when Nimmo completed his fifth home run to add another run to the next place. Due to the damage, D-Back Robbie Ray only started 0.2 innings up the hill for the D-Backs.
2) During the following Mets performance, Jeff McNeil kept the rally going and hit his 19th run to the right field with a bomb into the upper deck. McNeil doubled his back on Homer and scored another goal in the sixth inning, leading to a 9-0 lead. Of course, both Homer were in first place, 14 of his 20 homers are in first place.
McNeil, however, was not the first to complete the second homerun over Frazier. In the third inning Frazier met the opposite field and put the Mets after three innings 7-0 on when the home team scored in the first three innings of the match a goal. It was Frazier's 11th career multi-homer game. McNeil also added a double.
3) On the hill, Steven Matz continued his dominance in Queens and in the second half of the season. Since the All-Star break. Matz had a 2.73 ERA heading in Wednesday's 10 starts. At Citi Field, Matz beat 7: 1 this year.
Against the D-backs, Matz went six innings and allowed four hits in three runs while three were struck.
4) While Matz was thriving, sailing was not easy. In particular, in one inning, the second, Matz ran to Wilmer Flores, Adam Jones and Nick Ahmed to load the bases. The Mets released the bullpen, but sat down quickly. Matz subsequently defeated Carson Kelly for the first time, forcing Kevin Cron i as third to a grounder directly to Frazier. Frazier quickly touched his pocket and made the quick throw to first get Cron out and finish the inning.
5) Speaking of metropolitan area, the last three innings to Matz went well. Jeury's Familia scored two goals, but managed a seventh-out strike and did not allow runs. Paul Sewald intervened for the eighth inning and remained flawless with a strike. Tyler Bashlor finally started with a walk and hit from ninth place, but also kept things clean and kept the barrier upright.
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