NEW YORK ( Associated Press) – Tomas Nido tied the game with a two-out double in the 10th inning and capitalized on a bad kick from backup Tanner Scott to mark the run that gave the New York Mets a 5-4 victory on Saturday. for the Miami Marlins.
On a night in honor of Keith Hernandez, the Mets scored a comeback victory.
Pete Alonso scored and Francisco Lindor added another, with a two-run drive, for the NL East leaders, who overcame injuries to right defender Starling Marte and catcher James McCann mid-inning.
Both left the game and will undergo MRI this Sunday.
Designated hitter Garrett Cooper and manager Don Mattingly were ejected in the seventh inning for arguing with board umpire Mark Ripperger.
After the pre-game ceremony to retire number 17 Hernandez, the Mets engaged in give and take as the 43,336 spectators in the stands watched. New York left opponents on the field for the fourth time this season, improving to 7-0 in games played in extra innings.
Venezuelan Jesús Agular tied the score in the eighth inning with a home run for Miami. Pinch runner Billy Hamilton scored on a poor pitch from shortstop Lindor in the 10th inning as the Marlins took the 4-3 lead.
Scott (4-3) knocked out the first two batters in the lower half, before Nido dropped to third, taking autorunner Mark Canha out of second.
Brandon Nimmo then fell to Scott, who fumbled twice. He then made a deflected kick to the initial.
Nido scored easily, and the Mets sparked a cheer. Colin Holderman (4-0) got the win.
For the Marlins, the Venezuelans Aguilar 4-3 with two runs scored and an RBI, Avisaíl García 4-1 with one run scored, Miguel Rojas 4-0. The Dominicans Jesús Sánchez 3-0, Bryan de la Cruz 4-0.
For the Mets, Dominican Starling Marte 1-0. Venezuela’s Ender Inciarte 2-0, Eduardo Escobar 4-0, Luis Guillorme 3-1. Puerto Ricans Lindor 4-1 with a run scored and two RBIs, Nido 2-2 with two runs scored and an RBI.