DeGrom Delivers Historic Performance, But Mets Lose Marathon To Braves

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DeGrom Delivers Historic Performance, But Mets Lose Marathon To Braves
DeGrom Delivers Historic Performance, But Mets Lose Marathon To Braves

NEW YORK (AP) — Billy Hamilton singled home the go-ahead run in the 14th inning for his first hit as a Brave, and Atlanta beat the New York Mets 2-1 Friday night for its sixth straight win despite yet another sensational game by Jacob deGrom. The Mets tied a major league record by striking out 26 batters — including 13 by deGrom — but had their five-game winning streak end. At 21, Braves star Ronald Acuña Jr. became the second-youngest player with a 30-homer, 30-steal season. Only Mike Trout did it faster than Acuña. A speedy base running specialist, Hamilton was claimed by Atlanta off waivers from Kansas City last week to be a late-game contributor for the NL East leaders — although not with

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