NEW YORK – Juan Soto was in no hurry as he squeezed about 120 feet between the second base and the visitors’ bench in Another Campo for the second time on Monday night. He had just broken double the RBI law to prevent Stefan Mats from leaving the fifth game. At the start of the match – when Washington nationalists won 16-4 – he shot a 463-foot-long housewife who left New York owner Matt Matzu shaking his head on a mound.
So now that the change was taking place, Soto walked slowly with his helmet under his left hand.
He smiled and shrugged his teammates. He crossed the line and took a plastic bottle of water from Chip Helle, the third baseman. And before drinking, the 21-year-old lifted it over his right shoulder, smiling a little more to toast on the national team bench.
It was guaranteed.
Only in the fifth start did the national teams score seven points out of eight. All nine regular hitters have reached base. Shortstop Trea Turner has done it twice. The effort was completed by Patrick Korbin, who made two moves (one earned) in six stable shots in the ring. But the crime fight for much of this season was a show.
Asdrúbal Cabrera finished 4 out of 4 with two hosts, two doubles, one gear and five RBIs.
Soto has won singles, doubles and home and led three races. Turner spent the week with two singles and two hits. These nationalities have won three games and lost 5-7.
“It was fun to see the boys come out of it,” coach Dave Martinez said before the price was too low. “They came out today and shook the bats well.”
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For more than five weeks, from July 3 to August 9, the citizen fled to Washington and played a dozen home games.
They slept in their beds. They are immersed in rhythm when they arrive in the afternoon, train or play, and then go out with a packed dinner. If there was one way to feel comfortable during the new coronavirus pandemic, it was.
Then, on Sunday evening, they embarked on a charter flight to New York with a significant daily shift.
The simple logic is that moving to 2020 is much more dangerous than staying. Traveling has already been part of the coronavirus outbreaks with Cardinals Miami Marlin and St. Louis. In this way, Martinez disinfected the areas where he, coach Tim Bogars, promised, hit coach Kevin Long and general manager Mike Rizzo.
“We’ve been in Washington for so long, and it looked like it would be a continuation of the spring training,” Corbin said. “So it was a way to mix things up. I think it was a good time to get out on the road.”
Martinez, like Corbin, believed that changing the landscape could shake international workers.
They had lost three games in a row going back to Wednesday. Last weekend, the Baltimore Orioles almost overtook them before their middlemen got stuck in a storm, forcing Sunday’s game to be suspended. Their arrow, meanwhile, tries to stay afloat until Sean Doolits develops his slimming and speeding mechanisms.
Doolitel started the ninth pass on Monday, allowing Brandon Nimmo’s home team to make a second throw, then continued to hit hard, recording three hits. His fast ball rose to 90 miles. When he finished the game, he looked around and shot with his hands in the air, a funny action in an empty park.
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But the extremely low leverage ratio was the next logical step. This was partly due to the fact that the nationalists were lucky against Matza. In two debuts against Washington this season, Matisse has conceded 13 assists and 15 shots in a 17-inch throw. Eight of these trips took place with eight visits on Monday. It started when Cabrera pulled out the slider at the second moment, which was stopped on the left.
After Cabrera had removed seventh-placed mediator Chasen Shreve, the highway offset was 8 out of 10, leaving five additional base shots. His four major team successes set a career record.
“I really like hitting this baseball field,” said Cabrera, who played for the Mets from 2016 to 2018. “I’m really good at playing here because I played the record.”
Cabrera quickly joined the rest of the lineup. Turner’s legacy third game, which was his peer’s game, came in two games after the fall from 0 to 18 was destroyed.