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Trevor Williams raging with Mets defeat to Rangers

The Rangers bats were fast and noisy, and the Mets were slow and quiet. 

Trevor Williams buried the Mets in a hole that had never been defeated by Texas 7-3 in front of 26,494 in Citi Field on a sunny Saturday afternoon. 

Mets (48-30) lost four of the last five games prior to a rubber match against the Rangers on Sunday, with the NL East lead three games ahead of the Braves. Was cut into. Those who played late Saturday. 

The Rangers' four home runs (including three in the first four innings) were two from right fielder Kole Calhoun, enough to sink Mets. Mets finished with no points after 4 innings. 0 to 8 with runners in the scoring position. 

The day the Mets officially announced that Jacob deGrom's rehab assignments would begin on Sunday (two days before Max Scherzer plans to return to Major League Baseball), Williams, a normally trusted fill-in. The team's cores need to return. 

Trevor Williams reacts during the Mets' loss to the Rangers.
NY Post Robert Sabo
Kole Calhoun hits a home run in the fourth inning.

Williams was a swingman this season, but gave up two consecutive home runs on the Calhorn and Jonah. Heim traveled an estimated 792 feet in total. 

Mets jumped forward in one shot with a two-run shot, his eighth home run this season at Starling Marte. However, they went from the edge of 2 runs to the hole of 2 runs and proved insurmountable. 

Williams finished with only 3² / ₃ innings and as many strikeouts (three times) as the home run allowed. The five runs he was charged with were each from a long ball, and the last run was Calhorn's second home run. 

Trevor Williams is pulled in the fourth inning.
NYPOS Corey Sipkin

After Williams was removed, Mets was a bullpen Gave the attack a chance to strike — a wasted chance. 

Mets recorded only one run after the first inning in four Eduardo Escobar home runs. This time the hot third baseman went deep from the left side on Friday and then crushed the first baseman from the right side of the plate. 

Escobar's home run was 5-3, but Mets didn't get close. When Marte hit a single ahead of Francisco Lindor's walk and brought Pete Alonso and excitement to the plate, their greatest threat arriving in the bottom of the fifth inning. But while the slugger hit the ball hard, it immediately went to shortstop Corey Seager. And it started double play at the end of the inning. 

Eduardo Escobar reacts after his fourth-inning home run.
NY Post Corey Shipkin

Alonso has another chance in the 8th inning There was, when Lindo reached second place without an out, but he passed strike 3. Lindo was left behind by seven people. 

The Rangers worked on Tommy Hunter's 8th and 9th single runs. While Leody Taveras's home run represented the last run of the game, Seger struck a single against the shift to plate the first one. 

Mets may be able to take a 2-0 lead in the first inning and win without much drama. But when deGrom or Scherzer is on the mound, those days are much more frequent.