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Mets rides David Peterson's powerful outing to beat the Rangers and snap the skid

David Peterson made his latest start after Friday's scheduled starter Chris Bassitt landed on the COVID-19 list. The chances of returning home may have increased by one day. 

Peterson, whose wife Alex will give birth to a son in Colorado in the next few days, beat Citi Field's Rangers 4-3 and another powerful in 6 innings. Demonstrated performance. 

Eduardo Escobar hit a three-run home run in the fourth inning, and Mets in first place avoided the first four consecutive losses of the season. 

Peterson hit three runs in six innings (90 pitches) in a 3-2 defeat at Mets in Miami on Sunday, tying his high career. Showed 10 intense 7 innings. Strikeout and zero walk. 

"He's here [Thursday] and [Pitching coach] Jeremy [Hefner] is preparing for a regular rest," said Show Alter, who was scheduled to pitch on Saturday. Said before Son's match. .. "It's funny, he's approaching me today and" I need to talk to you, "he said. "All [reporters] would have been pitching tonight. 

David Peterson pitches on Friday during the Mets' win over the Rangers.
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"But he seems likely to leave. After the match. I see. If he needs to go, if he needs to go, he's completely supportive." 

Mets (48-29) posted a .211 batting average and a .610 collective OPS, recording 29 runs in the previous 10 games with former Yankees farmer Glenn Otto. I played a match. It was distributed to Texas last summer by Joey Gallo's trade. 

Peterson (5-1, 3,24) is a solo homer at the top of the ninth and third season of the $ 175 million free agent first year season by Marcus Semien. Was tagged. He signed an agent contract with the Rangers during the off-season. 

Eduardo Escobar crushes a three-run home run in the fourth inning.
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Eduardo Escobar reacts after his three-run home run.
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Francisco Lindor homes single to the right before moving to second place on Jeff McNeil's one-out walk Leaded in 4th place. Mark Canha's single inside third base snapped a 0-14 slide and drove Lindor to score 1-1. 

After one, Escobar pushed Otto's full-count sinker into the seat on the right side, taking the lead of 4-1 Mets. Since hitting for the cycle in San Diego on June 6, Escobar has become his second home run in 17 games. 

Rangers first baseman Nathaniel regained one of his fifth runs in this year's eleventh 435-foot solo home run to the center right. Peterson struck out three times with three strikeouts, surpassing the previous season's record of eight, set on Sunday. 

Mark Canha hits an RBI single in the fourth inning.
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Rangers is one of Adolis Garcia A sixth run score ground out, helped by Peterson throwing an error early in the inning in a pick-off attempt at the closed second base. 

Seth Lugo and Adam Ottavino joined together to record the next six outs, after which Edwin Diaz made a fan of 2 in 9th place with no points in his 17th save.