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Mets ignore off-field distractions, edge Marlins for fourth win in a row

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NEW YORK — The Mets chipped away at the Marlins’ lead and delivered a sweep of the Fish to cap a chaotic homestand on a high note. Even by the Mets’ standards, the off-field distractions were in a surplus during their nine-game homestand against the Giants, Nationals and Marlins, ranging from controversy over thumbs to the acting GM being arrested for drunk driving. Despite it all — Noah Syndergaard testing positive for COVID-19, forced apologies from Javier Baez and Francisco Lindor, and a front office in deep disarray — the Mets showed up to play against the two worst teams in their mediocre…

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