Francisco Lindor hit Goahead's home run, Brandon Nimo hit a home run, empowering New York Mets, who visited past the Cincinnati Reds on Monday night.
Mets Starter Taijuan Walker (7-2) abandoned the home run that tied the game before the attack was rescued. Walker allowed three runs and four hits in six innings, achieving four consecutive victories.
Seth Lugo made his third save with six chances and took ninth place scoreless in his first save against Atlanta at Mets since May 3rd.
Brandon Drury and Nick Senzel welcome Reds, who suffered their fifth defeat in six games, to their home.
Starter and loser Hunter Green (3-10) continued to be injured in the home run. Towards his start, he surrendered 20 leading major leagues. He added to that total when Nimo connected to a three-run home run twice on Monday.
Nimmo's Homer raised Mets to 3-0 for the sixth time this season.
Reds responded third to Walker. Mets' right-handed hit Matt Reynolds to open the inning. Aramis Garcia became a single before Jonathan India attacked. However, with one out, Drury made a change to the right seat for the team's 17th home run and drew the match with three. Eternal lead. Lindor turned on the Greene Fastball and drove over the right wall for the 13th Homer and the 4-3 New York lead.
Green was knocked out of the game sixth as Mets widened his lead. Jeff McNeill closed the green night with a single and Mark Kanha with a double. Green allowed six runs with seven hits.
Reiver Sanmartin released Greene and immediately surrendered a two-run double to Dominic Smith, increasing Mets' lead to 3, 6-3.
Mets added a run for the seventh time before Reds answered with Sensel's home base. This is the second time of the season and the first since April 26th.
– Field-level media