San Francisco, CA (Sports Network) - The New York Mets' speciality this season
has been their production with two outs. They added to those totals in
Thursday's series finale at AT&T Park, a 9-1 win over the struggling San
New York scored eight two-out runs, half of which came in the first inning,
giving them 215 for the season. The Mets entered play leading the majors in
The beneficiary of the two-out prowess was Chris Young (3-5). The towering
New York right-hander, who concluded July at 0-4 with a 6.00 ERA in five
starts, gave up one run on four hits in seven innings.
Ronny Cedeno collected three hits and tied a career-high with five RBI for New
York, which took three of four from San Francisco.
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