Mets takeaways from Monday's 2-1 win over Marlins, including Jose Butto's impressive start

New York Mets beginning pitcher Jose Butto (70) tosses to the Washington Nationals. / Brad Mills-U.S.A. TODAY Sports

The Mets ejected a 2-1 win over the Miami Marlins on Monday behind 6 strong innings from Jose Butto as they want to play spoiler in the NL Wild Card race.

Here are some takeaways…

Butto was fantastic for the Mets, holding the Marlins to one work on 4 hits and a walk over 6 innings while starting out 6. The only run can be found in the bottom of the 5th after a leadoff walk to Jesus Sanchez and single to Garrett Hampson established runners on the corner prior to he had the ability to get Joey Wendle to ground into a double play, which connected the video game at 1.

He did capture a big break in the 6th when a replay evaluation reversed what was at first ruled a crowning achievement by Jorge Soler. The Marlins slugger struck an imposing shot down the line that seemed greater than the nasty pole however was eventually ruled it was certainly a nasty ball. Butto would get Soler to set out later on in the at-bat.

The Mets right-hander has actually permitted 2 runs or less in his last 3 trips, all of which he pitched a minimum of 5 innings for a 2.08 period considering that he was remembered to the majors.

Jeff McNeil supplied the heroics for the Mets, breaking a 1-1 incorporate the top of the ninth with a leadoff crowning achievement off of Tanner Scott – McNeil’s tenth of the season. He was the only Met with a multi-hit video game on Monday, going 2-for-4.

Ronny Mauricio continued to impress considering that being called at the start of the month, swiping his 6th base and ending up being the very first Met to take 6 bases in his very first 14 profession video games. He ended up 1-for-4 with a single and run scored in the top of the 5th on a Mark Vientos single.

Adam Ottavino pitched a 1-2-3 ninth inning for his 11th save of the season.


Upcoming schedule

The Mets continue their series versus the Marlins on Tuesday at loanDepot Park in Miami.

Joey Lucchesi (3-0, 2.83 AGE) will take the hill for the Mets versus left-hander Braxton Garrett (9-6, 3.67 AGE) at 6:40 p.m. on SNY.

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