San Francisco Giants podcast with Morris Phillips: Giants drop their fourth straight lost to Mets 4-3; despite Mets struggles and losing Harvey

May 8, 2017

MLB, San Francisco Giants

New York Mets’ Neil Walker (20) celebrates after driving in the game winning run on a single as San Francisco Giants first baseman Brandon Belt (9) leaves the field after a baseball game, Monday, May 8, 2017, in New York. The Mets won 4-3. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II)

On the Giants podcast with Morris:

The New York Mets teed off on the San Francisco Giants in game one of their meeting at Citi Park in Queens New York 4-3 as the Mets Neil Walker belted an RBI single to get the gamer in the bottom ninth inning as the Mets take the first game of the series. The Giants struggles continue on this long, long winding road trip which consisted of nine games and comes to a conclusion on Wednesday morning.

The Giants dead last and some 8 1/2 games out in the NL West can’t get any run support which was evident in the last two games on Sunday in Cincinnati dropping a 4-0 shutout and Giants Pitcher Johnny Cueto took the loss and Monday night with the Mets starter Buddy deGroom pitching and holding the Giants to just enough runs so they can get to the ninth and get the gamer. Giants reliever Josh Osich gave up the walk off single and the Giants closers continue to struggle as the Giants will start Jeff Samardzija on Tuesday who is 0-4 and as of yet to register his first win of 2017.

Morris Phillips covers Giants baseball for http://www.sportsradioserivce.com

 

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