Washington – Trea Turner folding walk-off home run in the ninth inning, his second of the day to lead the Nationals to a 6-5 victory over the Mets on Sunday. It was the second car & # 39; wear EPA Turner's home run, and it helped Washington avoid a sweep that would have
He also rescued by the citizens of the bullpen, the need for the club felt that this name earlier this offseason. The Nats signed Trevor Rosenthal and traded for Kyle Barraclough seemingly striking early, which was the subject of an annual list. They purchased a second hand later adding lefty Tony SIPP to the mixture during Spring Training. Opening week of the season showed some cracks in the refurbished bullpen citizens, however, after they returned to the advantage of a three-run eighth inning.
But heroic Turner helps Nats head in the day Monday feeling better about the beginning of the season, even if they have a job.
Stall problem overshadowed a strong outing from Patrick Corbin, who made his debut Nationals after signing the biggest contract of any free agent pitcher on the market. Corbin turned into a launch expected from Ace tries to stop the losing skid, however short it may be. Corbin scattered seven hits and a pair of walks in six innings of two-run ball, striking out four, to limit the damage.
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