Brewers Sweep Mets with Mitchell's Walk-Off Blast and Wiemer's Three-Run Homer
Brewers' Mitchell shines with third homer in two games, secures walk-off win to sweep Mets and extend winning streak to five. Manager Counsell praises team's impressive performance against tough opponent.
Despite New York's initial struggles in the series, they quickly broke their scoreless streak with a run driven in by Lindor after a hit-by-pitch on Marte. However, Milwaukee's young talents responded swiftly, regaining the lead in impressive fashion.
The Brewers' rally started with a walk by Anderson against Peterson, followed by Winker's double and Miller's single. Wiemer then crushed a three-run homer, giving the Brewers a 4-1 lead. Wiemer's impressive performance earned him a curtain call, reminiscent of Turang's grand slam in Monday's home opener.
Wiemer's homer pales in comparison to Turang's, as Mets respond with three runs on Lindor and Alonso's power hitting. New York takes the lead 6-4 after Alonso's clutch home run.
Yelich kickstarts the inning with a leadoff walk, followed by Voit's single and steal of second. Winker delivers a clutch two-run double to right-center, leveling the game at 6-6. Professional execution by the team.