Pete Alonso homered and finished with three RBI for the hosts. New York Metswho eventually won the series by defeating san francisco giants 8-4 in the final of the three-game set on Sunday night
Alonso, the two-time Home Run Derby champion, who announced his plans to participate in this year’s Home Run Derby that evening, drew a bases-loaded walk to open the scoring in the third before hitting a two-run homer in the eighth. Did. ,
Tommy Pham finished with three hits, two runs and one RBI. metswhich had not won a series since defeating the Philadelphia Phillies from May 30 to June 1. New York went 0–7–1 in their next eight series.
pham scored mets‘ The third run of the third against Alex Wood (3-3) when he hit a home run Giants Shortstop Brandon Crawford failed to catch second baseman Tyro Estrada’s relay throw on an RBI infield single by Jeff McNeil.
Mark Canha led off in the fourth and Starling Marte hit an RBI single in the seventh for New York. Canha and McNeil finished with two hits each.
Grant Hartwig (1-1), first of six mets Relievers earned their first career wins by allowing two hits in two scoreless innings.
Estrada collected an RBI in the third by legging out the back end of a potential double-play ball. Giants united against three mets relievers in the seventh, when Blake Sabol hit a two-run, pinch-hit homer and JD Davis delivered an RBI double before Brooks Rally ended the inning by striking out Crawford with two runs.
Adam Ottavino got Davis out by loading the bases in the eighth, before David Robertson threw a perfect ninth in non-defending position.
Luis Matos got two hits Giants
mets Starter David Peterson allowed one run on three hits and three walks while striking out three in four innings. Ross Stripling, serving as the opening batsman Giantsallowed one walk and struck out two over two hitless innings, before Wood gave up five runs (four earned) on two hits while walking four and striking out three over 1 2/3 innings.
–Field Level Media