Pete Alonso

19 Jul 19
Sport Archives

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19 Jul 19
New York City Ticketron

In a game that’s shaping up to be a pitchers duel between Noah Syndergaard and Madison Bumgarner, Pete Alonso put the Mets on the board first.In a game that’s shaping up to be a pitchers duel between Noah Syndergaard and Madison Bumgarner, Pete Alonso put the Mets on the board first. […]

19 Jul 19
National Post

Stephen Strasburg did it all for the visiting Washington Nationals on Thursday, earning his National League-leading 12th win, hitting a three-run homer and driving in five runs in a 13-4 victory over the Atlanta Braves. Strasburg (12-4) pitched 5 1/3 innings and allowed three runs on eight hits, two walks and seven strikeouts. The right-hander’s […]

19 Jul 19
National Post

Donovan Solano capped a two-run rally in the bottom of the 16th inning with a bases-loaded, walk-off single Thursday night, giving the host San Francisco Giants a 3-2 victory over the New York Mets. The Giants’ rally for a season-best sixth straight win came after Mets slugger Pete Alonso bombed his 32nd home run off […]

19 Jul 19
New York City Ticketron

In a game that’s shaping up to be a pitchers duel between Noah Syndergaard and Madison Bumgarner, Pete Alonso put the Mets on the board first.

19 Jul 19
The Sports Daily

In the annals of torturous Mets losses, this one only registers on the Benitez scale for it’s length. Nine innings, this doesn’t even make the chart. Losing in 16 after taking the lead in the top half of the inning? Well, this registers. Kinda in the same way that there’s seismic activity during a Seahawks […]

19 Jul 19
Noticias Ultimas

SAN FRANCISCO – Las gaviotas que se cernían sobre la tribuna del jardín izquierdo tenían compañía en la 16 ª entrada el jueves por la noche cuando Pete Alonso tuvo un gran corte y empujó a los Mets al borde de un territorio inexplorado para esta temporada. Pero el jonrón de Alonso solo hizo que […]

19 Jul 19
National Post

Donovan Solano capped a two-run rally in the bottom of the 16th inning with a bases-loaded, walk-off single Thursday night, giving the host San Francisco Giants a 3-2 victory over the New York Mets. The Giants’ rally for a season-best sixth straight win came after Mets slugger Pete Alonso bombed his 32nd home run off […]

19 Jul 19
National Post

Donovan Solano capped a two-run rally in the bottom of the 16th inning with a bases-loaded, walk-off single Thursday night, giving the host San Francisco Giants a 3-2 victory over the New York Mets. The Giants’ rally for a season-best sixth straight win came after Mets slugger Pete Alonso bombed his 32nd home run off […]

19 Jul 19
Paradise Post
SAN FRANCISCO — The Giants played the second-longest game of their season on Thursday night. It had a satisfying ending. The Giants scored twice in the bottom of the 16th inning — including a walk-off single from Donovan Solano — to pull out a 3-2 victory over the New York Mets, extending their winning streak to a season-high six games and moving to one game under .500 for the first time since April 1. Williams Jerez allowed solo home run to Mets slugger Pete Alonso in the top of the 16th inning. But Alex Dickerson led off the bottom half with a double to right off reliever Chris Mazza. Brandon Crawford followed that with a double to left to score Dickerson. With the bases loaded after Austin Slater was hit by a pitch ands Kevin Pillar singled to left, Solano took the second pitch he saw from Mazza to right field for the game-winning RBI. The only Giants game this season that lasted longer than Thursday’s was an 18-inning game with the Colorado Rockies on April 12. The Giants won that game 3-2. Giants pitchers had thrown 14 straight scoreless innings before Alonso crushed a Jerez changeup over the left field wall for his 32nd home run of the season. The Giants’ comeback salvaged a sterling effort from Madison Bumgarner, who received one standing ovation after another. Without question, if this was indeed one of Bumgarner’s final starts at China Basin, the crowd at Oracle Park wanted to make sure they showed their appreciation. Bumgarner, the subject of seemingly endless speculation leading into the July 31 trade deadline, was brilliant against the Mets, striking out six and allowing just five hits and one walk in nine innings. Giants closer Will Smith, another player whose name has been involved in trade rumors, took over for Bumgarner and allowed a single to Robinson Cano and a double to Amed Rosario to start the 10th. After Smith issued an intentional walk to Wilson Ramos, the Mets had the bases loaded with one out. But Smith struck out both Michael Conforto and Jeff McNeil to strand the three runners. The Mets took a 1-0 lead in the bottom of the first. With no outs, McNeil scored from third base as Bumgarner got Pete Alonso to ground into a 6-4-3 double play. Bumgarner then retired 12 straight batters, with four strikeouts, before Mets catcher Tomas Nido doubled to center field with two outs in the fifth inning. After an intentional walk to Juan Lagares, Bumgarner struck out Noah Syndergaard to end the threat. The Giants tied the game in the bottom of the fourth. With the bases loaded and one out, a line out by Kevin Pillar was deep enough to left field to score Pablo Sandoval from third base. Syndergaard got Joe Panik to ground out on a cut fastball to end the inning.
19 Jul 19
Chico Enterprise-Record
SAN FRANCISCO — The Giants played the second-longest game of their season on Thursday night. It had a satisfying ending. The Giants scored twice in the bottom of the 16th inning — including a walk-off single from Donovan Solano — to pull out a 3-2 victory over the New York Mets, extending their winning streak to a season-high six games and moving to one game under .500 for the first time since April 1. Williams Jerez allowed solo home run to Mets slugger Pete Alonso in the top of the 16th inning. But Alex Dickerson led off the bottom half with a double to right off reliever Chris Mazza. Brandon Crawford followed that with a double to left to score Dickerson. With the bases loaded after Austin Slater was hit by a pitch ands Kevin Pillar singled to left, Solano took the second pitch he saw from Mazza to right field for the game-winning RBI. The only Giants game this season that lasted longer than Thursday’s was an 18-inning game with the Colorado Rockies on April 12. The Giants won that game 3-2. Giants pitchers had thrown 14 straight scoreless innings before Alonso crushed a Jerez changeup over the left field wall for his 32nd home run of the season. The Giants’ comeback salvaged a sterling effort from Madison Bumgarner, who received one standing ovation after another. Without question, if this was indeed one of Bumgarner’s final starts at China Basin, the crowd at Oracle Park wanted to make sure they showed their appreciation. Bumgarner, the subject of seemingly endless speculation leading into the July 31 trade deadline, was brilliant against the Mets, striking out six and allowing just five hits and one walk in nine innings. Giants closer Will Smith, another player whose name has been involved in trade rumors, took over for Bumgarner and allowed a single to Robinson Cano and a double to Amed Rosario to start the 10th. After Smith issued an intentional walk to Wilson Ramos, the Mets had the bases loaded with one out. But Smith struck out both Michael Conforto and Jeff McNeil to strand the three runners. The Mets took a 1-0 lead in the bottom of the first. With no outs, McNeil scored from third base as Bumgarner got Pete Alonso to ground into a 6-4-3 double play. Bumgarner then retired 12 straight batters, with four strikeouts, before Mets catcher Tomas Nido doubled to center field with two outs in the fifth inning. After an intentional walk to Juan Lagares, Bumgarner struck out Noah Syndergaard to end the threat. The Giants tied the game in the bottom of the fourth. With the bases loaded and one out, a line out by Kevin Pillar was deep enough to left field to score Pablo Sandoval from third base. Syndergaard got Joe Panik to ground out on a cut fastball to end the inning.
19 Jul 19
The Mercury News
SAN FRANCISCO — The Giants played the second-longest game of their season on Thursday night. It had a satisfying ending. The Giants scored twice in the bottom of the 16th inning — including a walk-off single from Donovan Solano — to pull out a 3-2 victory over the New York Mets, extending their winning streak to a season-high six games and moving to one game under .500 for the first time since April 1. Williams Jerez allowed solo home run to Mets slugger Pete Alonso in the top of the 16th inning. But Alex Dickerson led off the bottom half with a double to right off reliever Chris Mazza. Brandon Crawford followed that with a double to left to score Dickerson. With the bases loaded after Austin Slater was hit by a pitch ands Kevin Pillar singled to left, Solano took the second pitch he saw from Mazza to right field for the game-winning RBI. The only Giants game this season that lasted longer than Thursday’s was an 18-inning game with the Colorado Rockies on April 12. The Giants won that game 3-2. Giants pitchers had thrown 14 straight scoreless innings before Alonso crushed a Jerez changeup over the left field wall for his 32nd home run of the season. The Giants’ comeback salvaged a sterling effort from Madison Bumgarner, who received one standing ovation after another. Without question, if this was indeed one of Bumgarner’s final starts at China Basin, the crowd at Oracle Park wanted to make sure they showed their appreciation. Bumgarner, the subject of seemingly endless speculation leading into the July 31 trade deadline, was brilliant against the Mets, striking out six and allowing just five hits and one walk in nine innings. Giants closer Will Smith, another player whose name has been involved in trade rumors, took over for Bumgarner and allowed a single to Robinson Cano and a double to Amed Rosario to start the 10th. After Smith issued an intentional walk to Wilson Ramos, the Mets had the bases loaded with one out. But Smith struck out both Michael Conforto and Jeff McNeil to strand the three runners. The Mets took a 1-0 lead in the bottom of the first. With no outs, McNeil scored from third base as Bumgarner got Pete Alonso to ground into a 6-4-3 double play. Bumgarner then retired 12 straight batters, with four strikeouts, before Mets catcher Tomas Nido doubled to center field with two outs in the fifth inning. After an intentional walk to Juan Lagares, Bumgarner struck out Noah Syndergaard to end the threat. The Giants tied the game in the bottom of the fourth. With the bases loaded and one out, a line out by Kevin Pillar was deep enough to left field to score Pablo Sandoval from third base. Syndergaard got Joe Panik to ground out on a cut fastball to end the inning.
19 Jul 19
Redwood Times
SAN FRANCISCO — The Giants played the second-longest game of their season on Thursday night. It had a satisfying ending. The Giants scored twice in the bottom of the 16th inning — including a walk-off single from Donovan Solano — to pull out a 3-2 victory over the New York Mets, extending their winning streak to a season-high six games and moving to one game under .500 for the first time since April 1. Williams Jerez allowed solo home run to Mets slugger Pete Alonso in the top of the 16th inning. But Alex Dickerson led off the bottom half with a double to right off reliever Chris Mazza. Brandon Crawford followed that with a double to left to score Dickerson. With the bases loaded after Austin Slater was hit by a pitch ands Kevin Pillar singled to left, Solano took the second pitch he saw from Mazza to right field for the game-winning RBI. The only Giants game this season that lasted longer than Thursday’s was an 18-inning game with the Colorado Rockies on April 12. The Giants won that game 3-2. Giants pitchers had thrown 14 straight scoreless innings before Alonso crushed a Jerez changeup over the left field wall for his 32nd home run of the season. The Giants’ comeback salvaged a sterling effort from Madison Bumgarner, who received one standing ovation after another. Without question, if this was indeed one of Bumgarner’s final starts at China Basin, the crowd at Oracle Park wanted to make sure they showed their appreciation. Bumgarner, the subject of seemingly endless speculation leading into the July 31 trade deadline, was brilliant against the Mets, striking out six and allowing just five hits and one walk in nine innings. Giants closer Will Smith, another player whose name has been involved in trade rumors, took over for Bumgarner and allowed a single to Robinson Cano and a double to Amed Rosario to start the 10th. After Smith issued an intentional walk to Wilson Ramos, the Mets had the bases loaded with one out. But Smith struck out both Michael Conforto and Jeff McNeil to strand the three runners. The Mets took a 1-0 lead in the bottom of the first. With no outs, McNeil scored from third base as Bumgarner got Pete Alonso to ground into a 6-4-3 double play. Bumgarner then retired 12 straight batters, with four strikeouts, before Mets catcher Tomas Nido doubled to center field with two outs in the fifth inning. After an intentional walk to Juan Lagares, Bumgarner struck out Noah Syndergaard to end the threat. The Giants tied the game in the bottom of the fourth. With the bases loaded and one out, a line out by Kevin Pillar was deep enough to left field to score Pablo Sandoval from third base. Syndergaard got Joe Panik to ground out on a cut fastball to end the inning.