Bumgarner Leads Giants Past deGrom, Mets 3-1

By Fleisher, Larry | The Charleston Gazette (Charleston, WV), August 24, 2018 | Go to article overview

Bumgarner Leads Giants Past deGrom, Mets 3-1


Fleisher, Larry, The Charleston Gazette (Charleston, WV)


NEW YORK - Madison Bumgarner hit an RBI double for the only earned run off Mets ace Jacob deGrom and topped him on the mound, too, pitching the San Francisco Giants past New York 3-1 Thursday.

In his first appearance in New York since tossing a four-hit shutout in the 2016 NL wild-card game, Bumgarner (5-5) allowed one run on five hits in eight innings. He struck out eight and walked none.

Bumgarner extended his scoreless streak at Citi Field to 33 innings before Todd Frazier homered to begin the seventh. The big lefty is 7-0 with a 1.42 ERA in eight starts against the Mets - he's 5-0 with an 0.59 ERA in six starts at the Mets' park.

DeGrom (8-8) went six innings and exited with a major league-best 1.71 ERA. He allowed two runs overall on four hits, striking out 10 with a season-high four walks.

DeGrom has often wound up with losses and no-decisions this season because the Mets haven't scored much for him. He appears to be in a three-way race for the NL Cy Young Award with Philadelphia's Aaron Nola and Washington's Max Scherzer - Nola outdueled Scherzer at Nationals Park on Thursday afternoon.

Evan Longoria hit a solo homer in the eighth inning as the Giants concluded a 4-6 road trip.

The Giants manufactured their first run in the third when rookie Steven Duggar walked, stole second and advanced on a groundout. He scored when catcher Devin Mesoraco let a pitch to Longoria go off his glove for a passed ball.

Bumgarner doubled down the left field line one batter after deGrom thought he was out of the fourth inning. Brandon Crawford checked his swing and deGrom took a few steps off the mound, but first base umpire Brian O'Nora ruled that Crawford did not swing.

Crawford walked and on the next pitch, Bumgarner hit a double beyond Frazier's range at third. As deGrom went to cover the plate, he began yelling at plate umpire Tony Randazzo. …

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