Brewers Crush Mets 10-0 in Dominant Victory at American Family Field

The Milwaukee Brewers continued their hot start to the season with a 10-0 rout of the New York Mets on Monday night at American Family Field. The Brewers improved to 3-1, while the Mets dropped to 3-2.

The game was a pitchers’ duel for the first five innings, as Brewers starter Corbin Burnes and Mets starter Marcus Stroman matched zeroes on the scoreboard.

Burnes was dominant, striking out 11 batters and allowing only two hits and no walks in six innings. Stroman was also effective, giving up four hits and one walk while fanning six in five innings.

The game changed in the bottom of the sixth, when the Brewers exploded for seven runs off Mets reliever Miguel Castro. After a leadoff single by Christian Yelich and a walk by Avisail Garcia, Omar Narvaez drove in the first run with a double to right field. Luis Urias followed with a sacrifice fly to make it 2-0.

Then, with two outs and runners on first and second, rookie Brice Turang hit his first career home run, a grand slam to right-center field that blew the game open. Turang, who was making his second major league start at shortstop, became the first Brewer to hit a grand slam for his first homer since Mat Gamel in 2009.

The Brewers added three more runs in the seventh, thanks to a two-run double by Garcia and an RBI single by Narvaez. The Mets had no answer for the Brewers’ bullpen, as Brent Suter, Devin Williams and Josh Hader combined for three scoreless innings to complete the shutout.

The Brewers will look to win the series on Tuesday night, when they send Freddy Peralta (0-0, 0.00 ERA) to the mound against Mets ace Jacob deGrom (0-1, 0.00 ERA). The Mets will try to bounce back from their worst loss of the season and avoid losing their third straight game.

Final Thoughts: Brewers Dominate Mets in 10-0 Rout

The Milwaukee Brewers started the season on a high note, and they continued their winning ways with an impressive 10-0 victory over the New York Mets. This game was a pitchers’ duel for the first five innings, with both Corbin Burnes and Marcus Stroman putting in solid performances.

However, it was Burnes who stood out, striking out 11 batters while allowing only two hits and no walks in six innings.

The game changed in the bottom of the sixth, when the Brewers exploded for seven runs off Mets reliever Miguel Castro. The Brewers’ offense was led by Brice Turang, who hit his first career home run, a grand slam to right-center field.

This blast opened the floodgates and allowed the Brewers to cruise to a comfortable victory. Turang became the first Brewer to hit a grand slam for his first homer since Mat Gamel in 2009.

The Brewers’ bullpen was also excellent, with Brent Suter, Devin Williams, and Josh Hader combining for three scoreless innings to complete the shutout. The Mets had no answer for the Brewers’ pitching staff, and their offense was held scoreless for the entire game.

Looking ahead, the Brewers will be looking to win the series on Tuesday night when they send Freddy Peralta to the mound against Mets ace Jacob deGrom. Peralta has yet to allow a run this season, while deGrom is coming off a tough-luck loss in his last start.

The Mets will be hoping to bounce back from their worst loss of the season and avoid losing their third straight game.

Overall, the Brewers put together an impressive performance and showed why they are considered one of the top teams in the National League. If they can continue to get strong pitching performances from their starters and bullpen, along with timely hitting from their offense, they could be a force to be reckoned with this season.