Mets-Braves: New York Loses on Walk-Off Hit and Error

Posted: 18th May 2010 by Sammy Makki in MLB
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ATLANTA—Looking to build on a strong performance out of Mike Pelfrey on Monday night, the Mets sent their ace Johan Santana to the mound against the Braves. Santana had one bad inning the entire game, and it was the third. In that frame, he allowed four consecutive hits, including a two-run home run to Troy Glaus after getting the first two outs. The Mets would trail 2-0, and they didn't get a hit off Kris Medlen until the fourth. In the fifth, Ike Davis led off the inning with his fourth home run of the season. Two batters later, former Braves great Jeff Francoeur hit his fifth home run of the season to tie the game at 2-2. After the four consecutive hits that Santana allowed in the third, he didn't allow another baserunner the entire outing, retiring the final 13 batters that ...

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