As has been the case all season long, Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Walker Buehler was at the top of his game during his outing against the New York Mets on Friday.

Buehler completed at least 7.0 innings for the 11th time in his season, as he simply had his way against the sluggish Mets offense. The NL Cy Young Award candidate finished the game with a mere two earned runs allowed, eight strikeouts recorded and an astounding 17 swings and misses.

For the moment, Buehler leads the National League in ERA with a 2.11 mark, which ranks just above Milwaukee Brewers ace Corbin Burnes (2.13) for the top figure in the league.