Duda Drives In 4, Mets Beat Rockies
Lucas Duda clubbed his fourth home run of the year and drove in four, and the Mets bounced back from an ugly loss on Friday night, with a 7-5 win over the Rockies (10-10) at Coors Field.
Dillion Gee pulled his record to 2-2, allowing three earned runs in seven innings.
Frank Francisco gave up a run on two hits in the ninth, but earned his fifth save.
Colorado's Guillermo Moscoso (0-1) saw his ERA jump to 10.80, after nine hits and six runs in six innings.
Ruben Tejada, Daniel Murphy and David Wright each had three hits - the Mets had 13 hits for the game, after putting up 17 hits in Friday's loss. Wright also drove in two, as the Mets improve to 12-9.
Johan Santana (0-2) gets the start on Sunday at 3:10, against the ageless wonder, 40-year-old Jamie Moyer (1-2).