Mets ride Gsellman’s arm, bat over Brewers

The Mets got another strong performance from a starting pitcher Monday, and not coincidentally, they got another win.

Rookie right-hander Robert Gsellman allowed just one earned run in seven innings, and the Mets beat the Brewers, 4-2, at Citi Field for their third win in the last four games. Gsellman also drove in two of the Mets runs with a sacrifice fly and a bases-loaded walk, but more important to the game — and the Mets — were the 21 outs he got, including 12 of the last 17 via groundouts.

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