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Well, the Mets absolutely handed the Nationals a game last night. They blew three leads, two of those by way of horrendous errors at shortstop. But for every lead the Mets gave back, the Nationals also tried to not win the game. Example: in the bottom of the 12th, the Nats tied the game at six. With runners on the corners and one out in a 6-6 game, Washington pitcher Ross Detwiler was at the plate, attempting to get down a sac bunt. As Detwiler took a pitch, the Mets’ infield charged in, leaving second base vacant, and the Nationals’ Jesus Flores swiped the bag.
So, new scenario: Detwiler was still at the plate. Runners were then on second and third. Still one out. And as the next pitch came in, Detwiler… bunted again. It was a peculiar strategy, to say the least. Judging by the look on Nationals manager Davey Johnson’s face at the time, it wasn’t a strategy he was on board with. And Mets announcer Keith Hernandez? He also had somewhat of a gripe with it – to say the least. Audio of Hernandez’ thoughts below.
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