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The Brewers scored all four of their runs in the second inning with three singles, two walks and a couple of sacrifices. Otherwise, Dillon Gee tossed five scoreless innings.
Gee finishes 2013 with a 3.62 ERA having made 32 starts while throwing 199 innings.
The Mets were 0-for-14 with runners in scoring position.
Eric Young Jr. stole his 43rd and 44th bases of the season, tying him with Jean Segura for most in the National League.
Josh Satin hit a solo home run in the ninth inning that was subject to review.
David Wright left the game after being hit in the head by a pitch from Johnny Hellweg. David Aardsma later hit Jonathan Lucroy to open the eighth inning.
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Matthew Cerrone, Lead Writer
The only thing that mattered here was Wright getting beaned. Thankfully, it looked like to only ricocheted off his helmet. It wasn’t a direct hit, square off his skull. He looked a bit dazed, but it was nothing like what happened to him against the Giants a few years ago.
Otherwise, good for Gee. He didn’t have his best command tonight, but he battled and did what Gee does. In fact, his second inning may have ended up much different had his second baseman picked up a ball up in the middle, instead of dribbling through for a hit. He was up in the zone. It happened. That said, he should be really happy about his overall season, fighting for his job, keeping it, finishing with an impressive ERA and coming one inning shy of 200.
The Mets continue their final four-game series of the season tomorrow night at 7:10 pm ET, when Carlos Torres (4-5, 3.46 ERA) faces Yovani Gallardo (11-10 4.23 ERA) and the Brewers.