Nationals Avoid Sweep Against Mets - Pro Sports Fandom
With the game tied at three in the seventh-inning and the bases loaded, former New York Mets player Asdrubal Cabrera stepped up to the plate with two outs looking to do damage. He hit a two-run double, but Juan Soto was rounding third base and he injured his ankle. New York tagged him out and the inning was over. Soto left the game with an ankle injury and he is listed as day-to-day. Juan Soto avoided a serious injury and he is one Washington’s best players. The Mets cut the lead to one in the seventh-inning on a sacrifice fly by Michael Conforto, but Victor Robles hit a two-run homer in the ninth-inning for the Nationals off of Edwin Diaz and Washington was able to avoid a sweep in a 7-4 win over New York. The Washington Nationals scored three runs in the first-inning on a throwing error by Pete Alonso. The New York Mets scored three runs in the second-inning and they all came with two outs. Joe Panik had an RBI single and Jeff McNeil had a two-run double. Before McNeil’s double, Jacob deGrom placed a bunt perfectly on the third base side. It was one of the [...]