Freddie Freeman, after 4 Ks, delivers walkoff hit as Braves top Mets – Reuters

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Freddie Freeman, who had set out his very first four journeys to the plate, drove in the winning run with a walk-off infield single as the Atlanta Braves beat the going to New York Mets 4-3 on Thursday.
With the bases packed and 2 outs, Freeman lined a pitch from Seth Lugo (1-1) off the pitchers leg. The ball ricocheted to 3rd baseman Luis Guillorme, however Freeman simply beat the throw to very first base, enabling Guillermo Heredia to score the winning run.
New Yorks Dominic Smith had the first two-homer game of his profession, the most important one coming to lead off the ninth inning versus Atlanta more detailed Will Smith that tied the game at 3. Regardless of the blown save, Smith (2-5) was the winning pitcher.
The video game began as a pitching battle between New Yorks Jacob deGrom and Atlantas Ian Anderson.

The Braves began their rally in the bottom of the first when Ehire Adrianza tripled to right field. Adrianza, who was a late addition to the lineup when Ronald Acuna Jr. was scratched due to the fact that of back pain, was originally called out. The Braves challenged the call and it was overturned.
Adrianza scored on a one-out single by Ozzie Albies. That established Austin Rileys two-run crowning achievement, his 14th homer this season, that put Atlanta ahead 3-1.
The Mets cut the deficit to 3-2 in the seventh inning on Smiths solo shot.
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DeGrom provided up five hits in the very first two innings however did not permit another hit in his seven-inning stint. He retired the final 18 gamers he faced, consisting of a stretch of eight straight via strikeout. It was the 4th time that he had fanned 8 in a row.
DeGrom completed with 14 strikeouts – 3 of those versus Freeman– the 3rd time he has reached that mark this season and one short of his profession high.
Anderson pitched 7 innings and enabled two work on 3 hits, two strolls and 2 strikeouts.
The Mets got the very first run of the game in the first inning. Francisco Lindor strolled, stole second and scored on Michael Confortos RBI single to.

DeGrom gave up 5 hits in the first 2 innings however did not permit another hit in his seven-inning stint. He retired the final 18 gamers he faced, including a stretch of eight straight through strikeout. The Braves began their rally in the bottom of the first when Ehire Adrianza tripled to ideal field. Adrianza, who was a late addition to the lineup when Ronald Acuna Jr. was scratched because of back soreness, was originally called out.