Mets win series against Dodgers, Díaz and Lindor stand out

Edwin Diaz struck out Gavin Lux with a 102.8 mph fastball to break out of a jam in the eighth inning, and the New York Mets beat the Los Angeles Dodgers, the team with the best record in baseball, 5-3 on Thursday. the Major Leagues.

Also Puerto Rican Francisco Lindor tied the scoreboard through a double in the sixth inning and scored the go-ahead run thanks to a sacrifice fly by Darin Ruf, after the Mets were limited to one hit in five acts by Clayton Kershaw , who made his first start since Aug. 4.

New York, leader of the Eastern Division of the National League, won two duels in the series made up of three to Los Angeles. He had not won a series against the Dodgers since the period from September 3 to 5, 2011.

Los Angeles lost consecutive games for the first time since July 25-26.

Chris Bassitt (12-7) gave up two runs on six hits in six innings for his fifth straight win. He matched his win total from the previous season with Oakland.

He left after the Mets had taken a 3-2 lead in the sixth inning.

New York led 5-2 in the eighth, opened by Diaz’s walk to Freddie Freeman. A pitch to Will Smith left men on first and second.

Freeman advanced to third on a fly ball and scored on another. Diaz struck out Lux to shut down the threat.

The loss went to Chris Martin (4-1).

For the Dodgers, no Latin Americans hit.

For the Mets, Dominican Starling Marte 3-2 with two runs scored and one produced. Puerto Rican Lindor 4-2 with a run scored and an RBI. The Venezuelan Eduardo Escobar 3-0.

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