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Cespedes Powers Mets Past Nats

first_imgWASHINGTON — Yoenis Cespedes homered and doubled twice, David Wright hit a go-ahead single in the seventh inning and the New York Mets ended Washington’s five-game winning streak, beating the Nationals 8-5 Monday to open a key NL East series.Michael Conforto and Wilmer Flores also homered for New York, which increased its division lead to five games over the Nats with 25 remaining. The teams play twice more in this set.Dario Alvarez (1-0), pitching in the majors for the first time this season, faced only one batter — Bryce Harper — and struck him out to get his first major league win.Five Mets relievers combined for 5 2-3 scoreless innings, with Jeurys Familia closing for his 37th save.Wilson Ramos hit a grand slam for Washington, the second of his career.Nationals ace Max Scherzer allowed five runs over six innings on seven hits —three homers and four doubles. He’s been tagged for 11 home runs in his last six starts, and exited with a season-high 3.03 ERA.Cespedes hit his 31st home run this season, and 13th in 34 games since being traded from Detroit to the Mets, to help building an early lead.Jonathon Niese gave up five runs in 3 1-3 innings, lifting his ERA to 10.50 over his last four starts for the Mets.It was 5-all when Blake Treinen (2-3) took over for Scherzer to begin the seventh. The Mets wound up scoring three times against four Washington relievers.Wilmer Flores led off with a single, Curtis Granderson drew a walk from Felipe Rivero and Wright hit an RBI single. Daniel Murphy had a sacrifice fly and Wright raced home from first on Cespedes’ double to right-center, sliding in just ahead of Anthony Rendon’s relay throw.Granderson doubled twice.TRAINER’S ROOMMets: Activated 1B Lucas Duda (back stiffness) from the disabled list before the game. He wasn’t scheduled to arrive at Nationals Park in time to start. … Manager Terry Collins said he doesn’t expect a prolonged absence for LHP Steven Matz, who left with a blister in the sixth inning of Sunday’s start against Miami. … RHP Carlos Torres left in the fifth inning with a strained left calf.Nationals: RHP Stephen Strasburg (back tightness) felt good after Sunday’s bullpen session and will start Wednesday “barring a setback,” manager Matt Williams said.UP NEXTMets: RHP Matt Harvey (12-7, 2.60) will make what could be one of his final starts of the regular season. In his first season after Tommy John surgery, Harvey has pitched 166 1-3 innings and could be shut down until the postseason at around 180, GM Sandy Alderson said Monday.Nationals: RHP Jordan Zimmermann (12-8, 3.38) has allowed three or fewer earned runs in 23 career starts against the Mets, including five scoreless outings. TweetPinShare0 Shareslast_img read more