The Mets tallied 20 hits, two home runs, and seven doubles in an 11-run effort on Friday in San Francisco.
New York's offense immediately came alive with three hits in the first inning, and Wilmer Flores' RBI single yielded the team's first run. In the second inning, the Mets broke out and scored six runs -- including Yoenis Cespedes' two-out, two-run home run to extend New York's lead to 5-1.
The Mets went on to score three runs in the sixth inning and one more in the seventh. Giants starter Ty Blach allowed seven runs in just three innings, and San Francisco's bullpen allowed four more runs.
Lucas Duda had three hits, including a home run; Michael Conforto and Flores each had three hits and two RBI; and Curtis Granderson, who is hitting .320 this month, picked up his third consecutive multi-hit game. Asdrubal Cabrera had three hits in his first game since returning from the disabled list with a sprained thumb.
The Mets had six hits with runners in scoring position, and every player in the lineup except for Jose Reyes managed to get a hit in the game. Five different Mets players had at least three hits in the game.
Since returning from the disabled list, Cespedes is batting .395 with four doubles, three homers and nine RBI.