ATLANTA – Tyler Miguel’s respectable miserable season was sent off on Friday night.
In his final start to 2021, the right-hander ran five shut-out innings, allowing just one hit in the Mets’ 4-3 victory over the Bretts at Trust Park. Increased circulation with the Mets in June in desperate need for weapons, Miguel finished the team 18th with a 4.52 ERA.
Brendan Nemo twice attacked the house, leading to the Mets’ offensive. Pat Alonso gave RBI double and James McCain gave run scoring single.
One night after winning the fourth straight NL East title, Brave didn’t wake up until the sixth inning, scoring a run against the Juris Familia. In the seventh, Eddie Rosario competed against Heath Hambury. In the eighth, Trevor May allowed Ehr Adrienza a homer that cut the Mets’ lead to 4-3 and then fled, leaving the runners-up in second and third.
Edwin Diaz recorded the last three outs for his 32.N.D. Save 28 chances this season.