Michael Conforto's triple home game came early and made the difference in the game when the Mets defeated the Reds on Sunday with a 6: 3 final score. >> Box Score
Six snacks from the Sunday game
1) The Mets did most of their damage in the first inning of Sunday's game, proving to be enough attack power to win. Robinson Cano beat Pete Alonso with an RBI double before Conforto delivered the big strike of the game, a treble Homer of Trevor Bauer to the Mets lead 4-0 in the lead. Conforto shot a Trevor Bauer fastball deep into the seats for his 31st home game of the year.
2) Alonso wrote Double in the first inning of his own piece History when he became the first rookie in MLB history to score 50 homeruns and 30 doubles in the same season. He follows Aaron Judge with his rookie record of 52 home races in pairs, with seven games left in the season.
3) Marcus Stroman looked like him I drove through four innings after allowing just one run, and entered the fifth after dropping 11 Straight Reds Hitter. He even retired the first two goals of the fifth round and faced Kyle Farmer with two eliminations and no one with the lead of the Mets (4: 1). Farmer homered, then Stroman went the next three hits to load the bases, forcing Mickey Callaway to turn to Brad Brach to get off the traffic jam. He did just that when he persuaded Eugenio Suarez to end the inning and end the 4-2 game.
4) JD Davis helped the Mets recover their runaway lead in the sixth, ripping off Bauer's solo home race to make it 5-2 Mets. Davis had come into play to replace Robinson Cano who was hit in the third inning by a pitch on his left big toe and dropped out of the game in the fourth (X-rays at toe came back negative). The home run brought Davis 20 things this season and made him fifth for the season to reach that mark and set a franchise record.
5) Edwin Diaz got the ball for the seventh inning and had the fundamental look of an electric but unpredictable relief. He scored two goals, but also beat three for a goalless inning.
6) Brandon Nimmo went solo for the eighth win of the season to extend the Mets lead to three 6-3 ball games. Justin Wilson threw a goalless ninth inning to seal victory for the Mets.
Video: WATCH: Michael Conforto beats a three-pass bomb
Video: WATCH: JD Davis beats a solo HR
The Mets return home at the beginning of last week's regular season, starting Monday at 19:10, a four-game series against the Marlins Steven Matz (10-9, 4.16 ERA) takes the ball for the Mets, while the Marlins do not yet have to name a launching jug.