The Mets eventually produced the most offensive explosion they've needed for some time, scoring eight runs in the first inning of their Marlin's 11-2 run on Friday night in Flushing. >> Box Score
Six things to know about Friday's game …
1) After a hard road trip, the Mets had a refreshing attack. The first eight goals of the match reached the base, and Amed Rosario interrupted the game with a grand slam right in the middle to give the Mets a 7-0 lead. Rosario now has 24 RBI this season. The eleven runs of the Mets matched their season high. They scored 1
2) Jeff McNeil started everything with a colorful single. He was on J.D. Davis & # 39; single but that did not bother the Mets' inning. After Robinson Canó singled, Davis scored on a wild pitch. A walk by Pete Alonso and a single by Michael Conforto loaded the bases before Wilson Ramos hit Mets in the infield to 2-0. Rosario followed Brandon Nimmo's RBI run with the Grand Slam. Canó added an RBI single for the final round of the innings.
3) Conforto extended the Mets lead in the third with a solo shot into the second deck in the right field, his seventh home game of the season. Conforto ended the 3-on-3 with a walk. After the Marlins scored twice in the third game, McNeil started his own solo homer in the third game. McNeil (2-for-3) was one of five Mets with multi-hit games, combining Cano (2-for-4), Ramos (2-for-5) and Davis (3-for-5).  4) The great outbreak of the offense made it easy for Zack Wheeler who for the second year in a row allowed two runs in seven innings with two-digit strikeouts, this time matching his season high with 11 strokes.
5) One of the Marlins runs was scored by former Met Curtis Granderson who met when another former Met Neil Walker imported him with a single.
6) Tyler Bashlor threw a goalless eighth place with a strikeout and Daniel Zamora threw a scoreless ninth place to defend the Mets big victory.
Video: Amed Rosario unites the first grand slam of his career
Video: Michael Conforto smacks his seventh home run by sea
Video: Jeff McNeil crushes home run to build leadership What's next?
The Mets continue their three-game set against the Marlins on Saturday at 19:10 RHP Jacob deGrom (2-4, 3.60 ERA) launches for the Mets, while RHP Sandy Alcantara (1-3, 4.93 ERA) takes off for Miami.