New York Mets Power Past San Francisco Giants with Three Home Runs in Victory

The Mets planned to win six games on their 10-game trip, but now they want to win even more. Some of their pitchers are injured, and their team hasn’t played their best yet, but they are still doing well. On Thursday night, they won 9-4 against the Giants in California, making it six wins in seven games on their trip. The Mets have also won eight out of ten games this season against teams from California, including games they played at their home stadium.

“I’ve been very proud of how they have approached [the trip]: very workmanlike with a lot of passion and energy,” manager Buck Showalter said. “It’s a tough trip. But the guys have handled it well so far. I think they respect the competition and how quickly it can change.”

The Mets won a game recently, but they also got bad news. One of their players, Max Scherzer, was going to play on Tuesday, but he got in trouble with the league for using a substance he shouldn’t have. Because of this, he won’t be able to play for 10 games.

“Whoever we have available, we’re just going to go out there and compete and do the best we can to win every day,” Pete Alonso said.

Alonso, Eduardo Escobar, and Jeff McNeil hit home runs to help Kodai Senga, who faced some trouble in the fifth inning and was taken out after that. Senga pitched for five innings and gave up four earned runs on five hits and four walks, but he also struck out four batters. This was Senga’s second game, where he struggled a bit. Last Friday in Oakland, he had difficulty waiting between innings and dealing with the cool weather.

“I had been only pitching five innings or so these past few outings, so I was hoping to go a little bit deeper,” Senga said through his interpreter.

The Mets won a game on Thursday with the help of their strong bullpen, who pitched well after Scherzer got ejected. Brooks Raley, John Curtiss, Drew Smith, and Jeff Brigham played well and did not allow any runs. The Mets played with a lot of energy and scored more runs than they did on Monday. Alonso and Escobar hit home runs in the fourth inning when the Mets scored five runs. The inning started with Lindor getting hit by a pitch, and then Alonso hit his ninth home run of the season.

During the game, Pete Alonso hit a big blast that moved him to fifth place on the Mets’ all-time homer list with 155. He used to be tied with Dave Kingman.

Later in the same inning, another player named Jeff McNeil was hit by a pitch from Sean Manaea, which helped the Mets score more runs.

Then, a player named Eduardo Escobar hit a high fly ball that cleared the left-field fence, making the Mets’ lead 4-0.

After that, Luis Guillorme walked, and then Brandon Nimmo hit a double that helped score another run.

In the fifth inning, Blake Sabol hit a home run off a pitcher named Senga, the first time he could give up a run during the game.

Sabol hit a home run over the center-field fence in a baseball game, but the Giants team didn’t give up. LaMonte Wade Jr. hit another home run, scoring 5-2. These were the fourth and fifth home runs allowed by Senga in his four starts this season.

But the Giants didn’t stop there. Thairo Estrada and Michael Conforto walked, and then Mike Yastrzemski hit a single, which scored a run. Senga threw a wild pitch, which allowed Conforto to score, making the score 5-4.

Later, in the sixth inning, McNeil hit a home run just inside the right-field foul pole, scoring 6-4. This was McNeil’s first home run of the season.

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