NEW YORK (WFAN) — Phil Mickelson could not have made a better placement than the Mets’ Rob Johnson!

We’ll call it the bunt heard ’round New York City. Alright, if not NYC, Queens.

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It was the calm before the perfect storm, the Reds about to sink into a very deep and dark hole. And it all began with that little placement, the bunt that opened up a BIG eighth inning for the Mets on Thursday afternoon.

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By the time the frame was over, New York had five more runs, matching the number of times David Wright was on base.

What a start for the future (?) Captain. Yep, it’s certainly good to be Wright

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