Chris Herrmann hit a home run against Rafael Montero in the opening of the eleventh inning, and the Arizona Diamondbacks outpaced the New York Mets, who suffered their seventh straight loss on Wednesday.
Montero (0-3) was a reliever in the eleventh chapter. Herrmann filled the bill, fired a foul and found a straight at the waist to define a match with a homer in the last turn for the first time in his career.
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New York is sunk in its worst streak of the season. He had a 0-6 record in Milwaukee and Arizona, his longest run without a win since 1999, according to the Elias Sports Bureau.
With a 16-23 record, the Mets fell to seven .500 games, something that had not happened since September 2014.
Tom Wilhelmsen (1-1) gave away Matt Reynolds and Lucas Duda with two outs in the eleventh inning, before striking out Jose Reyes.
For the Mets, the Dominicans 6-3 with a scored and one produced, Juan Lagares 5-1 with a run scored and one pushed. The Venezuelan Wilmer Flores 5-3.
For the Diamondbacks, Cuban Yasmany Thomas 4-1 with a powered. The Venezuelans Gregor Blanco 1-0, David Peralta 1-0.