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Steven Matz latest victim of woeful offense as Mets get shut out by Rays

After inducing a crucial double play to end the seventh, Robert Gsellman returned to the mound in the eighth and allowed back-to-back baserunners — first on a hit-by-pitch and then on a single through the right side. Gsellman then struck out the next two batters he faced before Carlos Gomez skied a pop up into shallow left field. Michael Conforto was late charging in, and Amed Rosario got a poor jump. The ball bounced in between the two, scoring the Rays’ second run of the game, some much-needed insurance.

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