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Mets beat Cubs 6-1 for 4th straight win
Tuesday Jun 13, 2017 12:00am

Mets beat Cubs 6-1 for 4th straight win
(NEW YORK) – Jacob deGrom gave up a quick double to the wall, Asdrubal Cabrera made an early and embarrassing error. Then in a hurry, things turned around for them and the New York Mets. DeGrom pitched a five-hitter, Cabrera lined two home runs and turned four double plays, and the Mets beat the Chicago Cubs 6-1 Monday night. DeGrom (5-3) threw the Mets' first complete game of the season, Jay Bruce also homered and New York won its fourth in a row. Still under .500 but getting healthier, the Mets started a key two-week stretch where they face 14 straight games against teams that reached the NL playoffs last year. The only damper on the win: Star outfielder Yoenis Cespedes exited because of a sore left heel, two days after he returned from a six-week stint on the disabled list. The Cubs dropped to 31-32 with their ninth straight road loss. The World Series champions haven't won away from Wrigley Field in a month during their worst road skid since 2012. Addison Russell homered in Chicago's fifth loss in six games overall. The defeat began a string in which the Cubs play 17 of 20 on the road.

OTHER N.L. SCORES
Atlanta 11 – Washington 10
Pittsburgh 7 – Colorado 2
San Diego 9 – Cincinnati 3

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