The Mets scored their first game on the first innings on Thursday night and would not mark again until Friday morning.
After an exceptionally well-played game from the Chiefs, Noah Sandergard and Madison Bugnerner the game came to extra innings, locked at 1: 1
And it remained for six more innings.
Finally, at the top of the 16th, Pitt Alonso delivered what could have become his most memorable home run from his incredible rookie season, giving to Metz 2: 1 in the early hours of Friday morning.
But the cheerful feeling that Alonso created in the dungeon quickly disappeared, as the giants quickly gathered to tie the game to the bottom of the 16th after only two strokes and continued to win
The defeat loss ended the fourfold victory Mets.
"I'm sure they were disappointed at some point" ] Mickey Callaway said after the game. "Now they feel better than us, but I think our team has a lot of heart, and Syndergaard did a great job to get some of the gems earlier, and their boys also did it." It was a tough night to get a score Syndergaard was dancing with trouble in both the second and the seventh inning, allowing triads of lead in each of these frames. He gathered his second strong climb, throwing seven innings while allowing only one winning hand.
He was coincident with the pitch and then Bumgarner, who went to nine innings, allowing only one move and probably
"[He was] mixed very well," said Kallaway for Bumgarner. "I think he wanted to go out for 1
After 15 innings, Mets had used all of them Chris Matsa was the last person to enter the game. Mazza qualified for a solid 15th inn, but quickly gave up Metz's lead in the 16th, allowing a double of 19459004 Alex Dickerson and Brandon Crawford to finish the game at 2-2.
Eventually, the giants will fill the bases, forcing Mets to bring JD Davis (which Callaway said would be the player's first position), but it was of no use. , Solano moved through the second base hole to bring the end of the game.
"He had a good 15th and things started to happen right away, so I'm sure he's not used to doing that," Kallaway said. "Probably, he has not made two innovations long ago, it was a difficult situation, but in such games you ask a lot of guys." Mazza continued to attack him and that's what you need to do, you have to keep hitting. The walk right there would have been the worst, because then they just threw it, and you really put yourself in a tie. He took steps, and I thought that Crawford had done a good job. "