Phoenix — Arizona’s offensive hit a season high of 11, and Humberto Castellanos threw five rounds of control and calmed the Diamondbacks of the New York Mets with a 5-2 victory on Saturday.
The Diamondbacks struggled offensively and before the match they had the worst hitting average: .180.
However, Daulton Varsho got one lead from the hitting role and was loaned by Varsho, Pavin Smith, Carson Kelly and Geraldo Perdomo, who each got two hits.
The Mets, the Eastern National League leaders, suffered only a second setback in seven games.
The Diamondbacks took a 1-0 lead in the first and extended it to 3-0 in the second thanks to a defensive blunder by the Mets.
Arizona had 1st and 2nd place finishers with one exit when Perdomo fired a weak shot that bounced over the field.
Mets third baseman Eduardo Escobar pushes bowler Trevor Williams as he engages the ball, delaying Escobar’s floor and allowing Perdomo to load bases.
Farshaw drove one round and Robinson Canoe couldn’t get caught by the second base officer, who bounced off his gauntlet as he jumped to get to her. Kittel-Mart of the Dominican Republic earned a second half in an elective game.
for Diamondbacks, Dominican Kettle Mart 5-0, produce one; Sergio Alcantara scored 4-1, Giraldo Perdomo scored 4-2, and scored one. Venezuela’s David Peralta 3-1, Reserve Bank of India.
For the Mets, Dominican Starling Mart 4-1 and Robinson Kano 3-1. Puerto Rican Francisco Lindor 3-1 and Thomas Nido 3-1, one of the RBI. Venezuela’s Eduardo Escobar 3-0.