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behind Stanton for that reason," Redmond said.Redmond set up the intentional walk by calling for the sacrifice bunt from Lucas."I know getting that guy into scoring position is the most important thing," Redmond said.McGehee, who entered the game fifth in the National League with a .400 average with runners in scoring position, delivered his first walk off hit since Burberry Handbags Resale
joining the Marlins. It came one day after Jeff Baker's ninth inning double gave the Marlins a 5 4 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers.McGehee, who has driven in 21 runs, tries not to look at it as any more of a challenge because the previous batter was walked intentionally."I guess human nature (says), 'Yeah,' but I really try to get past that feeling," he said. "It doesn't help you when you get in the box to think this is a more important at bat or less important at bat just because they walk the guy in front of you."Marlins starter Nathan Eovaldi had allowed one home run in 38 1/3 innings this season before Monday's game. He gave up twice that many in a seven pitch sequence in the first inning when Daniel Murphy and Curtis Granderson both turned on fastballs that landed in the upper deck in right field.The Mets made it 3 0 in the fourth. Otherwise Eovaldi settled in, lasting seven innings and striking out a career high 10."There is always a chance we're going to come back," he said.The key to this victory was getting Mets starter Jon Niese out of the game. He shut down the Marlins on five singles through seven innings before Daisuke Matsuzaka took over in the eighth and undid everything in five batters.Matsuzaka started by walking Yelich and Lucas before Stanton made it 3 1 with a single up the middle for his 37th RBI.McGehee followed with a line drive that somehow went through shortstop Omar Burberry Backpack Diaper Bag
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Quintanilla's legs without hitting the ground. The error scored Lucas, and the Marlins were within one run.
The Marlins had runners on first and second with one out in the bottom of the ninth Monday when Jarrod Saltalamacchia turned to his manager, who was celebrating his 43rd birthday.Saltalamacchia told Mike Redmond: "Don't worry. This is your birthday gift. We're going to win this game for you."Three pitches later, Casey McGehee delivered Redmond's present in the form of a game winning single, giving the Marlins a 4 3 victory over the New York Mets.The Marlins rallied with three runs in the eighth to set up their second walk off win in as many days."The best thing about this team? We just keep coming, giving ourselves chances to have those big hits," said McGehee, who hit an 0 2 pitch. Black Prada Bag "Sometimes we have them. Sometimes we don't. But it says an awful lot about this team and what kind of character it has."The victory was Miami's sixth in seven games on this homestand and lifted its home record to 15 5, tops in the majors.Closer Steve Cishek (2 1) pitched the ninth for the win.McGehee hit a one hopper that was headed up the middle until it ricocheted off Mets pitcher Gonzalez Germen's leg into right field, allowing Christian Yelich to score easily from second base.Yelich began the game winning rally with a single off Scott Rice (0 1). Germen entered the game after that hit, and Ed Lucas sacrificed Yelich to second before Giancarlo Stanton, the major league RBI leader, was intentionally walked."That's why Casey McGehee is hitting Burberry Tote Check
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