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Brewers tied NL Central Division and condemned the Mets

Brewers tied NL Central Division and condemned the Mets

The Milwaukee Brewers clinched their second NL Central title in four years, beating an erratic New York Mets 8-4 on Sunday, behind Willy Adames, who hit two home runs and produced three runs.

Josh Hader pitched a perfect ninth inning, dropping Brandon Nimmo with a fly ball to left fielder Christian Yelich that sparked the Brewers’ celebration on the diamond in front of 43,430 cheering fans.

Milwaukee completed a three-game series sweep and handed the Mets their 10th loss in 11 games.

A day after New York was eliminated from a postseason chance in its first season under new owner Steven Cohen, the Mets (73-82) made three mistakes and claimed a losing record for the fourth season in five years.

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Freddy Peralta (10-5) won for the first time since Aug. 10, ending a slump in which he was 0-2 in five starts. He had four runs and five hits in 5 1/3 innings.

Peralta entered the game with a rival batting average of .162 and is heading to finish the season with the best since 1920. (AP)

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