A perfect Scherzer puts the Mets in the postseason

Right-handed pitcher Max Scherzer, one of the leading starters in the New York Metspitched six perfect innings to reach 200 wins in the Major Leagues (MLB, for its acronym in English) and put the metropolitan team in the postseason.

The star pitcher also used his start to strike out nine Milwaukee Brewers batters.

Scherzer threw 68 pitches, 47 of them in the strike zone, after facing 18 opponents during his extraordinary presentation this day.

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In the offensive section, first baseman Pete Alonso hit his 36th home run of the season and reached 118 RBIs.

With this victory (7 to 2), the Mets ensured their presence in the postseason, although they still have to define whether they will do so as division champion or via the wild card.

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