Brett Batty continues his hot spring for the Mets

Here are some pieces from the Mets’ spring training on Saturday:

Go patty

Brett Batty reached base in all four plate appearances (two singles and two runs), bringing his grapefruit-base percentage to 0.552.

The third base prospect also stole his second base in the spring during a 10-7 loss to the Nationals at Ballpark of the Palm Beaches.

Brett Patti
Brett Patti

zero record

Playing left, DJ Stewart, a non-roster invitee, misplayed a line drive towards him on an RBI double.

Stewart broke in originally, and Lionel Valera volleyed the ball over his head.

Caught my eye

A strange scene developed in the top of the fifth inning with the bases loaded and Daniel Vogelbach in the second.

And Washington’s third baseman Eldemaro Vargas and Mets third base coach Joey Cora seemed to have words for each other.

Vogelbach somehow joined in the verbal fight and broke up with Vargas as some of the players and managers of both teams wandered.

“Just talking about something in the game,” said manager Buck Showalter. “It happens when you play the 7 o’clock game in spring training and everyone sunburns. You get a little edgy.”

Sunday schedule

Brandon Nemo is expected to make his Grapefruit League debut at 1:10 p.m. against the Rays at Clover Park.

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