Eduardo Escobar scored two, two, three wins in the ninth inning to complete his first round and drove in six runs to boost Carlos Carrasco’s performance in the New York Mets’ 11-5 victory over the Padres on Monday. San Diego.
Escobar hit a three-pointer off Tim Hill who overran right-hander Nomar Mazara’s header in a ninth four-stroke race. The third baseman collided with a two-time unraced Homer who passed the right field wall off Craig Stamen for eighth.
In addition, he hit once in the first inning and doubled in the fourth.
Carrasco (7-1) won his fourth straight start after limiting Padres to two and five strokes in seven runs, with a season-high of 10 strokes and no walk. Blake Snell (0-3) took the loss, giving up five runs and seven strokes in four rounds.
For the Mets, the Dominican Starling Mart 6-2, with a half-record. Puerto Ricans Francisco Lindor 5-1; Tomás Nido 4-2 with RBI. Venezuelan Eduardo Escobar 5-4, with three runs and scored six.
For Padres, Dominican Nomar Mazara 3-1 with a return. Colombian Jorge Alfaro 4-1 in one game.
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