Patrick Bailey hit a go-ahead, three-run homer within the eighth inning Friday evening for the visiting San Francisco Giants, who beat the New York Mets 5-4 within the opener of a three-game sequence
Joc Pederson, batting in opposition to David Robertson (2-2), reached on a one-out error by Mets first baseman Pete Alonso and J.D. Davis drew a stroll to deliver up Bailey, who drilled a 432-foot blast to heart on a 1-1 pitch
Brandon Crawford hit an RBI single within the second and Wilmer Flores homered within the fifth for the Giants, who’re 4-4 since their 10-game successful streak ended June 21
Sean Manaea (3-3), the Giants‘ third pitcher, allowed one hit within the seventh. Camilo Duval earned his twenty fourth save with a hitless ninth
Jeff McNeil had two run-scoring doubles for the Mets, who misplaced 19 of 26 in June. Tommy Pham homered and Omar Narvaez had a sacrifice fly
Alex Cobb gave up three runs (two earned) on six hits and no walks whereas putting out three over 5 innings for the Giants. Mets starter Carlos Carrasco allowed two runs on 5 hits and three walks whereas putting out six over 5 innings
The Mets took a fast lead within the backside of the primary, when Francisco Lindor singled and scored when McNeil doubled on the subsequent pitch
Thairo Estrada singled with one out within the second earlier than Blake Sabol beat out the again finish of a possible double play grounder. Sabol went to second on a single by Luis Matos and scored on Crawford’s single.
Pham led off the underside half with a single and Brett Baty adopted with a grounder to first, however LaMonte Wade Jr.’s throw to second bounced off Pham’s again and Pham raced to 3rd. Mark Canha struck out earlier than Narvaez lofted a sacrifice fly.
Flores, who spent the primary six seasons of his profession with the Mets, hit the game-tying homer with one out within the fifth earlier than New York promptly constructed one other uncommon rally. Crawford could not make a basket catch on a one-out popup by Nimmo, who scored one out later when a fan interfered with McNeil’s ground-rule double
Pham homered with one out within the sixth.
–Area Degree Media