Wainwright and Cardinals Fight Through Deficit to Beat Mets

After the loss, the Mets announced the firing of their hitting coaches. The Ball Hall of Fame, meanwhile, announced Roberto Alomar had resigned from its board.

ST. LOUIS — Nolan Arenado and Harrison Bader homered, Adam Wainwright hung tough and the St. Louis Cardinals beat the Mets, 6-5, Monday night for their fifth straight win.

Wainwright (1-3), activated from the Covid-19 injured list to make the start, fell behind 5-2 in the third inning. But he didn’t give up any more runs before leaving with two outs in the sixth, and the bullpen preserved his first win of the season.

Genesis Cabrera and Giovanny Gallegos combined for two and a third innings

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