Buck Showalter competes for his 1,600th administrative victory over the Texas Rangers visited by his New York Mets on Saturday as he continues his three-game interleague series.
Show Alter placed Hall of Fame member Tommy Lasolda 22nd on the highest management win list ever after Mets defeated the Rangers 4-3 on Friday at the series opener. ..
"That means I had a lot of good players and a lot of opportunities," Shaw Alter said of his success. "A pretty good health, a pretty good wife, a pretty good family .... I wish there were as many last teams as Tommy."
La Solda in Los Angeles While winning two world series titles as Dodgers manager, Show Alter is off to a good start in his first season as a Mets skipper.
New York, the leader in the National League East, has finished the season's best three-game skid, primarily because the two hitters showed signs of getting out of their respective slumps.
Mark Canha snapped a 0 to 14 skid on his fourth RBI single, and Eduardo Escobar stopped the 1 to 15 slump by belting a 3-run Homer to the upper deck. Right field.
"We said we started a new month this morning. Hopefully we'll start hitting more," Escobar said.
Mets collected only 6 hits on Friday. Slugger Pete Alonso has improved two of these hits to 15-6 in the last five games with two Homers, three RBIs and two runs.
However, Alonso struggled with a small sample size against starter Martin Perez (6-2, 2.22 ERA) scheduled for Saturday. Alonso is 0 to 6 against left-handed people and Kanha is 2 to 13.
Perez, 31, has improved to 6-0 twice in a row on his last 10 trips to the mound. He won 10-4 in Kansas City on Monday, allowing 6 innings, 7 hits and 4 runs.
"It happens in the game," Perez said. "They are going to win the run. But I didn't lose focus. I think their approach was outside, so I just started throwing more and regained the game plan. Batter If you confidently throw the ball wherever you like, it doesn't matter (who is the hitter). "
Perez hits Mets five times. He has a 2-0 record of 3.18 ERA and 0.97 WHIP in his career appearance (3 starts).
New York's right-handed Trevor Williams (1-4, 3.64 ERA) nods on Saturday.
Williams, 30, did not make a decision on Tuesday after allowing Houston Astros a hit in 2 1/3 scoreless innings.
He hasn't faced a career with the Rangers yet.
Marcus Semien belted Solohomer three times on Friday. He has 5 RBIs in the last 3 games and is 6-12 with 4 extra base hits (2 doubles, 2 homers).
However, Adolis Garcia went 0-4 to see his career's best 11 games streak stop.
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