Nationals Hurler Anibal Sanchez Effort Not Enough Against Mets, 4-8

Wed, Sep 4, 2019 | Emma Botos


Anthony Rendon of the Washington Nationals runs to first base, covered by Pete Alonso of the New York Mets, during a 2019 game at Nationals Park in Washington, D.C.
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September 4, 2019 -- The Nationals take a home loss against the Mets, 4 to 8.

The Anibal Sanchez start could not keep the Mets hitters at bay. Throwing 46 strikes in a 74 pitch outing for 2 strikeouts. The Nationals hurler threw for 8 hits and 3 walks allowed. The pitcher allowed 7 earned runs over 5.0 innings pitched. A 4.11 ERA and 0.308 OBP in the appearance against Mets.

Jeff McNeil led the Mets's effort on the road against the Nationals's pitching. In the game, he had a batting average of 0.324. He had a game slugging percentage of 0.527. His team's best hitter had 2 RBI and scored 0 runs in the game.

The Zack Wheeler start helped keep the Nationals hitters at bay. A 4.33 ERA and 0.309 OBP in the appearance against the Nationals. Zack Wheeler allowed 1 earned runs over 5.0 innings pitched. Throwing 64 strikes in a 101 pitch outing for 3 strikeouts. The Mets pitcher threw for 7 hits and 2 walks allowed.

Posted at Wed, September 4, 2019 21:33:08 UTC