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Jose Iglesias' latest big hit lifts Mets to 6-2 win over Nationals

Posted 7/10/24

Jose Iglesias had three more hits, including a two-run single that snapped a sixth-inning tie and vaulted the New York Mets over the Washington Nationals 6-2. Brandon Nimmo homered for a career-best …

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Jose Iglesias' latest big hit lifts Mets to 6-2 win over Nationals

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NEW YORK (AP) — Jose Iglesias had three more hits, including a two-run single that snapped a sixth-inning tie and vaulted the New York Mets over the Washington Nationals 6-2 on Wednesday night.

Brandon Nimmo homered for a career-best third straight game and Mark Vientos hit a tying double as the Mets (46-45) won for the 10th time in their last 12 home games. New York was 11 games under .500 on June 2.

Luis Severino (6-3) pitched effectively into the seventh inning and a struggling bullpen came through, with three relievers combining to allow one hit in 2 2/3 scoreless innings.

José Buttó retired all four batters he faced, striking out two, for his first career save. Buttó became the eighth Mets pitcher to earn a save this season.

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