Mets pick up where they left off Friday, beat Red Sox

Brandon Nimmo and Daniel Vogelbach each hit two-run homers before rain interrupted play and the New York Mets held on to beat the Boston Red Sox 5-4 on Saturday after play resumed as part of a doubleheader.

Friday’s game was called off in the bottom of the fourth when the Mets led 4-2. The teams traded runs Saturday and New York led 5-3 on Pete Alonso’s double, who scored on Brett Baty’s single.

Boston cut the deficit to 5-4 after Triston Casas hit a three-pointer past right fielder Mark Canha and scored on a sacrifice fly.

Friday was interrupted when Alex Verdugo was at the plate with a count of 1-2 and one out, the umpires called for the tent at 8:20 pm, but the rain turned torrential with some thunder and they decided to suspend the game two hours later.

The teams resumed play where they left off and the 4:10 p.m. game. was delayed at 7:10 p.m.

For the Mets, Puerto Rican Francisco Lindor 5-0. Venezuelans Francisco Álvarez 4-0, Luis Guillorme 1-0.

For the Red Sox, the Dominican Rafael Devers 4-2.

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