SAN FRANCISCO — Mike Yastrzemski homered with one out within the backside of the 12th inning to present the San Francisco Giants a Three-2 victory over the Mets on Sunday.
The Giants had now not had successful because the fourth, when Yastrzemski lofted a full-count pitch from Robert Gsellman (1-2) the opposite direction into the left-center stands. Yastrzemski is the grandson of the Corridor of Status slugger Carl Yastrzemski.
Buster Posey had two hits and scored two times to lend a hand the surging Giants (50-50) get again to .500 with their 15th win in 18 video games. San Francisco took 3 of 4 from the Mets for its first collection win over them since 2014. All 3 wins got here in further innings.
Zach Inexperienced added two singles in his main league debut for the Giants.
Michael Conforto homered into McCovey Cove for the Mets. Amed Rosario additionally went deep, however the Mets controlled most effective two hits over the general 10 innings. Todd Frazier struck out swinging 4 instances ahead of attaining on an infield unmarried within the 12th.
Trevor Gott (6-Zero) retired 3 batters for the win.
Each groups have been pissed off with the strike zone of the plate umpire Mark Ripperger.
Pete Alonso, the Mets’ rookie slugger, snapped a bat over his leg after hanging out swinging. Giants middle fielder Kevin Pillar needed to be restrained via teammates and was once ejected for chirping at Ripperger after grounding out to finish the 8th.
Mets starter Steven Matz allowed six hits and two runs in six innings with six strikeouts and one stroll. Winless since June eight, Matz retired the closing six batters he confronted — together with the general 3 via strikeout.
Giants starter Conner Menez had six strikeouts and allowed 3 hits and two runs in 5 innings of his main league debut. Menez, a 24-year-old left-hander, struck out the facet within the 3rd.
Prior to he was once ejected, Pillar delivered every other in a protracted line of defensive gem stones when he raced in and made a sliding catch on a brief fly ball from Alonso within the first inning, then jumped to his toes and threw out J. D. Davis as he attempted to take 3rd. Davis had doubled one batter previous.
Mets proper fielder Jeff McNeil was once shaken up when he crashed into the padded proper box wall in foul territory after creating a working catch on a deep fly via Donovan Solano to finish the 7th. McNeil slammed into the wall and right away fell to the grime ahead of getting up and jogging slowly to the dugout.