Major League Baseball Mets pitcher Kodai Senga started against the Marlins and threw six innings, allowing seven hits, including a home run, but allowed only two runs to earn his 6th win of the season.

Senga started the game against the Marlins in Miami, Florida, on the 20th.

In the first inning, Chiga walked the first batter on a foreball, but after holding off the next batter and getting through the scoreless inning, he gave up one run on a sacrifice fly from third base with one out in the fourth inning with a three-run lead.

In the next five innings, he allowed a hit to the first batter and the next batter also got a hit, but Wright's McNeil quickly grabbed the hit and sent the ball to second base to get the runner out.

After that, he was hit by a light fly with a pinch hit at third base with one out, and when the third base runner tried to return home with a touchup, McNeil, who defended the lights, returned the ball home and got an out and did not allow a run.

Chiga gave up one run in the sixth inning when he was hit by a home run by the first batter of the inning, but he walked off the mound with the right of the winning pitcher with three runners on base.

Chiga threw six innings, allowing seven hits, two foreballs and two runs for a 5.1 ERA.

He also struck out three Japan six to reach 3 strikeouts in a season as a rookie, becoming the fourth pitcher.

The Mets won the game, 4-1, and Senga's record was 1-5 this season.