WASHINGTON, D.C. — It was just as beautiful as one would dream it to be.
On a steamy Wednesday afternoon in our nation’s capital, Daniel Vogelbach connected for his first home run as a Met. At its glorious apex, the ball sat 125 feet in the air, coming down only when it was ready to land for a grand slam.
The four-run trot put the Mets ahead 6-0, and they coasted from there to a 9-5 win. Chris Bassitt was his typically understated self, getting just four strikeouts and scattering six hits across seven innings but keeping the Nationals from scoring a run thanks to three double plays. Fielding an unrecognizable lineup that not only is without Juan Soto and Josh Bell now, but also did not include resting veterans Nelson Cruz and Maikel Franco, the Nats tried and failed to come up with…
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