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"SAN FRANCISCO — In desperate need of a shutdown performance from their ace Thursday night, the Mets were left to weather a deBacle. Jacob deGrom picked the worst possible moment for the ugliest outing of his career, sinking the Mets despite the lineup’s best efforts to complete an unlikely comeback. It ended with the Mets falling below .500 again, with a 10-7 loss to the Giants for a third defeat in four games to begin this important road trip. The numbers are startling from a pitching perspective: The Mets have allowed 38 runs over the last four games, with underwhelming performances from Bartolo Colon, Jon Niese and deGrom since Monday. And Noah Syndergaard was hardly at his best in holding off the Diamondbacks for the Mets’ only victory on the trip. With Yoenis Cespedes and Asdrubal Cabrera set to rejoin the lineup on Friday, the Mets’ biggest concern at the moment might be receiving a quality starting pitching performance — a thought that", nypost.com
"Bumgarner hit his 14th career home run to cap a five-run rally after he allowed a grand slam. With all that, the Giants still could not exhale until Buster Posey hit a two-run double in the eighth to seal a 10-7 victory that moved them a half-game behind the Dodgers in the West. The Giants scored eight runs in the fourth and fifth innings to take an 8-4 lead, but the bullpen gave three back in the sixth and only stout relief from Derek Law, Javier Lopez and Sergio Romo preserved a one-run lead over seventh and eighth innings before Santiago Casilla saved it. Bumgarner and deGrom, who ranked second and fourth in the league in ERA, stunningly combined to allow nine runs in the fourth inning of what had been a scoreless game. Bumgarner's 14th career home, with a man aboard, capped a five-run Giants inning and gave them a 5-4 lead that moments earlier had seemed as probable as creatures from Neptune landing on the infield to sweep it between innings. Will Smith, having a", www.sfgate.com