Things didn't start off well for Pedro Martinez... but everything ended all-Wright for the New York Mets.
The Braves jumped out to an early lead against with a Yunel Escobar home run.
But the Mets quickly got the run back when Delgado singled in Reyes to make it 1-1.
In the third, after a double by David Wright, Delgado singled him home to make it 2-1.
Wright's solo shot in the fifth tacked on another run, extending the Mets' lead to 3-1.
However, in the top of the sixth, Pedro gave the lead back and then some, with Escobar doubling to left, Larry Jones walking, McCann doubling, and Infante singling. By the time all was said and done, it was 4-3 Braves.
Then, in the bottom of the seventh, Binghamton Boy No. 2 doubled, Beltran walked, Delgado hit an infield single (yes, you read that right), on which Prado made a throwing error, allowing Evans to score.
New Met Luis Ayala came in to relieve Feliciano in the top of the ninth, getting three outs on four hitters.
So it came down to the bottom of the ninth, with the Mets looking for their seventh walk-off victory...
And they got it.
With one out, David Wright doubled to right, Nunez intentionally walked Beltran, and Delgado singled, scoring Wright to win the game!
There were two stand-out performances tonight.
The first was Carlos "Esta en fuego" Delgado, who went 5-5 for the first time in ten years, with three RBI's on four singles and his 26th double of the season.
The second was... who else?
David Wright went 3-4 tonight scoring three times and knocking in one RBI with his 35th and 36th doubles of the season, along with home run number 25.
Interestingly enough, home run number 25 came off of Mike Hampton, the man whose departure allowed the Mets to procure their future superstar third baseman.
How are those school systems now, Mike?
Wright's average ROCKETED to .295 after tonight's game!