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Nimmo Blasts Mets To A Winning Streak

Well, with two outs in the ninth, this once again appeared to be a typical Mets loss.

After Todd Frazier‘s first inning sacrifice fly, the Mets couldn’t muster more than a run.

The offense couldn’t muster more than a run.

While Zack Wheeler pitched well allowing just two earned on three hits in six innings, for the fourth time in five starts, he couldn’t hold onto a narrow margin.

Jay Bruce came up to the plate as the go-ahead run on two different occasions,and he failed to deliver.

In his first game off the disabled list, Jeurys Familia performed like most of the bullpen allowing the Diamondbacks to score an eighth inning insurance run to give them a seemingly insurmountable 3-1 lead.

After two quick outs in the ninth, the Diamondbacks choked this one away.

First, instead of allowing the Jose Reyes bunt to go foul, Alex Avila played it even though he has no shot to get him at first.

Jose Bautista hit a fly ball to right, and Jon Jay misplayed it into an RBI double.

This set the stage for Brandon Nimmo to hit the go-ahead two run homer.

While Brad Boxberger and the Diamondbacks were still dazed from the events leading to them blowing a two run lead with two outs in the ninth against an inept Mets offense, Asdrubal Cabrera would go back-to-back increasing the now Mets lead to 5-3.

This was enough room for Robert Gsellman to record his third save of the season.

With that, the Mets have won consecutive games for the first time in a month. Coincidentally, that time was also against the Diamondbacks.

This team looks better the last few days, and it will be interesting to see where the Mets go from here.

Game Notes: With his drawing two walks, Michael Conforto has reached safely in four of his last five games.

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