The Mets have wasted another jewel of Jacob deGrom and the single run of the game scored a Dominic Smith mistake as the Giants beat the Mets in 10 innings 1-0 defeated. >> Box Score
Five Things You Should Know About The Friday Game
1) In the ninth inning of a scoreless game, the Mets turned to Jacob Rhame . After giving up his box-stop, Rhame had two in-game bouts, but with two of them Joe Panik struck to send the game into additional innings. The Mets stayed with Rhame and started the 10th. After going Alex Dickerson to start the inning, Pablo Sandoval blew a ball to the left, and after Amed Rosario and Dominic Smith Had some misunderstandings, the ball fell on a mistake blamed on Smith and enabled Dickerson to achieve the winner run from first base.
2) Jacob deGrom dazzled on Friday night through seven innings. Although the Mets could not give him any support in running, deGrom was as dominant as in the whole season. He allowed only three hits while he dropped 1
3) Jeff McNeil remains a threat to opposing teams at the start of the Games. For the fourth time in the last five Mets competitions, McNeil scored a base goal to lead the game. McNeil also made a crucial outfield play in the seventh and moved back on a line ride from Pillar to grab. If McNeil had not done that, would have easily hit Brandon Crawford from second base.
4) Mickey Callaway had Robinson Cano knocked out of the cleanup spot on Friday night. The second baseman doubled to the right field in the fourth inning with two outs, but remained stranded when Wilson Ramos flew to the right field. Cano left the plate 1: 4 with two strikeouts. Cano was the only meteor to reach second base all night.
5) Tyler Beede entered the game with an ERA of 5.44, but was able to prevail on Friday through the Mets lineup. Beede held the Mets down to just three, but kept a much lower pitch than deGrom. The right-hander gave the Giants eight great innings and threw only 89 pitches.
High Heat on a Cold Night in San Francisco) July 20, 2019
The Mets and Giants continue their four-game set on Saturday at 16:05 Walker Lockett (0-1, 11.74 ERA) starts for the Mets instead of Zack Wheeler against Giants' Righty Jeff Samardzija (7-7, 3.93 ERA).