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Mets complete three-game sweep of Padres, win fifth straight

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  • Kyle Evans 

Suddenly, things are going well for the New York Mets (33-37). 

On Sunday afternoon, they defeated the San Diego Padres (37-38), 11-6, to complete a three-game sweep, extend their winning streak to five games, and finish off a 5-1 homestand. 

Pete Alonso launched his 15th home run of the season, a three-run shot, and had a season-high five RBI. 

Francisco Lindor blasted his 12th homer and added a sacrifice fly. 

Luis Torrens smacked his third long ball, while J.D. Martinez, Brandon Nimmo, and Harrison Bader also drove in runs. 

Tylor Megill turned in a strong outing, allowing two runs over five innings. 

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The Mets will head to Arlington to begin a six-game road trip, starting Monday night with three against the struggling Rangers. The first pitch is slated for 8:05 p.m.