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Giants run Mets out of the way for the 7th win in a row



SAN FRANCISCO – For the first time this season, the Giants have no record loss.
After the 1-0 victory against the Mets in 10 innings on Friday night in the Oracle Park climbed the Giants for the first time since their 0-0 start at .500.
Goalless in the first round

SAN FRANCISCO – For the first time this season, the Giants have suffered no defeat.

After a 1-0 win against the Mets in 10 innings on Friday night at Oracle Park, the Giants climbed for the first time since the 0-0 draw at the season opener on .500.

The first nine innings were scoreless and the Giants closed in the tenth inning with the help of the misc play of Mets left off field player Dominic Smith. After a lead by Alex Dickerson, Pablo Sandoval sent a routine flyball to the left, which Smith dropped, and allowed Dickerson's first goal to give the Giants their seventh win in a row.

Having won 1

4 of the last 16 games, The Giants (49-49) are now only two games left in the National League Wild Card race.

Tyler Beede spent most of the night involved in a duel with Jacob deGrom and defeated the reigning National League winners of the Cy Young Award by closing the Mets over eight innings in career height. Beede only allowed three hits while he went one and scored five in the 89-pitch gem.

After retiring Michael Conforto on a flyout to the end of eighth place, Beede left the field for standing ovations from the crowd at Oracle Park. During his last three starts, the 26-year-old rookie posted an ERA of 1.66 over 21 2/3 innings, bringing his ERA down to 4.70.

Maria Guardado covers the Giants for MLB.com. Previously, she covered the Angels from 2017 to 18 from. Follow her on Twitter.


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