PHILADELPHIA — Maikel Franco hit a go-ahead two-run homer for the second straight sport, and the Philadelphia Phillies beat the Mets, 7-5, on Tuesday night time.
Brad Miller, Scott Kingery and Rhys Hoskins additionally linked as Philadelphia earned its second straight win since shedding seven in a row.
Franco hit a shot to proper off Wilmer Font (1-2) for his 18th homer, lifting the Phillies to a 6-5 lead in the sixth inning. Then Miller, pinch-hitting, made it back-to-back pictures.
Things then received chippy when Font drilled Kingery on the left shoulder. Home plate umpire Joe West warned each groups, and Phillies Manager Gabe Kapler was ejected for the second time in 4 video games when he burst out of the dugout to complain.
“I felt like it was going to put us at a disadvantage, throwing up and in,” Kapler mentioned.
Jeff McNeil almost tied it in the eighth when he missed a two-run homer by inches. The double was his fourth hit of the night time and put runners on second and third, however Hector Neris received Pete Alonso to come out and finish the menace.
Neris put two extra runners on in the ninth with one out however struck out Dominic Smith and retired Wilson Ramos on a grounder for his 16th save.
“We still feel like we can turn this around,” Smith mentioned. “You can’t be disappointed, can’t hang your head. It’s a long year.”
Jake Arrieta (7-6) began for Philadelphia, permitting solo homers to Amed Rosario and Smith to assist the Mets take a 5-2 lead into the sixth.
Arrieta gave up 9 hits and 5 runs in six innings. He has allowed at the very least 5 runs in three of his final 5 begins.
Mets second baseman Robinson Cano had an R.B.I. single in the first as he tries to hit his approach out of a season-long droop. Manager Mickey Callaway mentioned 80 video games was too quickly to evaluate Cano’s season but it surely was time for him to seek out his groove.
“I think at some point, we have to get him going,” Callaway mentioned.
“I think he’s been swinging the bat better than his results. He’s hit some hard line outs, some hard ground balls that haven’t found the holes.”