NEW YORK — Francisco Lindor homered after being stunned by his mother’s first go to to see him at Citi Area, Pete Alonso slugged a grand slam throughout an eventful sixth inning and the New York Mets beat the Miami Marlins 10-4 Friday evening.
Lindor’s spouse, Katia, stunned her husband by flying in his mom, Maria Serrano, for her first go to to New York since Lindor was acquired from Cleveland in January 2021. Lindor met along with his mom within the press convention room a couple of hours earlier than first pitch.
Lindor pointed to his household within the suites after hitting a three-run homer within the first inning off Pablo López (4-3).
The Puerto Rican star was later hit by two pitches — together with one with the bases loaded. The oft-plunked Mets have been caught 4 occasions, pushing their main league-leading complete to 49.
Carlos Carrasco (8-2) allowed three runs on eight hits with two walks and 7 strikeouts in 6 1/3 innings.
Lindor entered the sport hitting .173 in June however homered onto the black past heart discipline on an 0-1 pitch from López. The 28-year-old pumped his fists between first and second base.
Lindor drew a bases-loaded hit by pitch within the sixth, one pitch earlier than Alonso hit his second profession grand slam to cap a seven-run body by which the Marlins had a possible triple play overturned.
Earlier within the sixth, J.D. Davis had an RBI single and Starling Marte coaxed a bases-loaded stroll.
Heart fielder Bryan De La Cruz, who dropped a routine fly by Marte instantly earlier than Lindor’s homer, led off the fifth by homering off Carrasco. Jorge Soler delivered an RBI double within the sixth, when Jon Berti hit right into a run-scoring fielder’s alternative. Lewin Díaz scored on a balk within the eighth.
Soler, Cooper and Avisaíl García had two hits apiece for the Marlins, who outhit the Mets 10-9.
López, pitching for the primary time since he was hit on the proper wrist by Michael Brantley’s comebacker June 10, gave up seven runs (six earned) on eight hits with one stroll and 5 strikeouts in 5 1/3 innings.
ALMOST TWICE (OR THRICE) AS NICE
De La Cruz got here inside inches of a spectacular catch that may have resulted in at the least a double play — and doubtlessly a triple play — within the sixth.
With two out, he tracked Luis Guillorme’s fly to the warning monitor, collided with the wall and barehanded the ball after a number of bobbles for an obvious catch. He then threw to the infield, the place Mark Canha and Jeff McNeil have been doubled off for a triple play.
Replays confirmed the ball hit the wall earlier than De La Cruz caught it. The out name was overturned and Guillorme was awarded a single.
CAN’T CATCH JON
Berti improved to fifteen for 15 stealing bases this season by swiping second within the sixth. He is tied with Cliff Floyd and Chuck Carr for the fourth-longest streak of consecutive stolen bases in franchise historical past. Emilio Bonifacio (2012) stole 20 consecutive bases with out being nabbed.
Marlins: 1B Jesús Aguilar and OF Jesús Sanchez have been every positioned on the injured listing with out a designation. The Marlins recalled Díaz and OF Jerar Encarnacion from Triple-A Jacksonville. … IFs Brian Anderson (again) and Joey Wendle (proper hamstring) are scheduled to take batting follow on the Marlins’ spring coaching complicated Saturday. … RHP Cody Poteet (proper elbow) is scheduled to start a throwing program this weekend.
Mets: RHP Tylor Megill (proper shoulder) was shut down for 4 weeks after an MRI revealed a pressure. Megill was injured Thursday in his second begin since coming back from an IL stint because of proper biceps tendinitis. … 3B Eduardo Escobar (undisclosed) was accessible off the bench after lacking Thursday’s sport whereas present process exams at a neighborhood hospital. Supervisor Buck Showalter stated he hoped Escobar may return to the lineup Saturday. … RHP Jacob deGrom (proper scapula) threw his fifth bullpen session Friday.
Marlins: LHP Braxton Garrett (1-1, 4.00 ERA) will make his third begin since being promoted from Triple-A Jacksonville on June 5.
Mets: RHP Taijuan Walker (4-2, 3.08 ERA) struck out a season-high 10 batters in a win over the Los Angeles Angels on Sunday — his most strikeouts since he whiffed 12 towards the Chicago Cubs on June 15, 2021.