The magic of Patrick Mazeika brings back the Mets beat Mariners

About a year later, Patrick Mazeika’s magic returned.

Contrary to last May, when he made a five-day selection of players, the Mets’ game victory for Saturday night ceased – and for the most part.

Just after the Mets’ bullpen fired a huge blow, the shooter recently smashed home runs in the seventh inning to win the Mariners 5-4 in front of a crowd of 37,140 in Citi. The field.

“I think we can say that someone was over 60 mph [off the bat] and more than six feet, ”said Mazeika with a laugh. “Obviously it sounded really good. Great moment, great team win. There was also an electronic team, so it was a very good night.”

Queens star Jesse Winker scored 4-4 in the top seven with three runs from Chasen Shreve, but Mazeika also gave the Mets (23-12) their lead. He fired a 97 mph speed bump from Andres Muñoz and detonated a 370-foot blast that cut off the ball to reach the right seats.

Patrick Mazeika celebrates his journey home.
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Mazeika, who joined Mets on Friday from Triple-A after James McCann arrived on the injured list, had a difficult time behind the brother, struggling to get to the same page with founder Chris Bassitt, who caught him for the first time. But he did react to the shock.

“It was a good time for him, let’s not forget about the team,” said manager Buck Showalter.

Adam Ottavino then placed the runner in third place in the eighth inning Edwin Diaz before defeating the team in the ninth against his former team – finishing the game and beating Winker on the move.

Chris Basitt
Chris Bassitt coughed 5.2 innings to allow one run.
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Chris Bassitt took action when the Mets won the Mariners.
Chris Bassitt took action when the Mets won the Mariners.
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“It was a little fun, but at the same time, I had to be locked up to get the three out because we needed this win,” Diaz said. “We want to win every series, so today was a big game for us.”

After the rain delayed the start of the game by an hour and eight minutes, Bassitt was not in danger. They worked around the cars often out, however, to reduce the Mariners (15-19) to only run once past 5 ² / ₃ innings.

Seth Lugo revived Bassitt in the sixth and released him from the pressure, but then made another in the seventh inning, allowing two single-out singles.

Jesse Winker connects with a three-run homer in the seventh inning.
Jesse Winker connects with a three-run homer in the seventh inning.
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Shreve met Winker, who was ridiculed throughout the series. Winker made himself very angry, breaking his three homers which helped him a lot. After crossing a homemade plate, Winker leaned against a vicious circle – which began in 2019 when the old Red jumped from side to side with left-handed fans – raising a crowd that was retaliating against him.

“There was a change of mindset in the game,” Showalter said.

The Mets won several tackles in the first inning: one over an inch confirming that Bassitt had replaced Eugenio Suarez in second place with a starting point to finish the tie with another down the line when Marte jumped for a third. the foundation is threefold.

That was the start of a powerful nightmare for Mars, which caused the Mets to go 3-to-4 with three trips and hijackings, crashing into a house that failed to turn around. Scoring on one of Francisco Lindor’s inning in the first inning, Lindor’s sacrifice flew in the third inning and in Pete Alonso’s second inning in the fifth that lifted Mets 4-0.

Mariners right-hand man George Kirby, a native of Rye, NY, who was just starting his second MLB career when invited last weekend, had a fun part of the family and friends present. Although he did not get much help from his players, the Mets also forced him to throw 89 yards into four innings. Kirby dispersed three beatings and walked away and dropped three times, though only one won.


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