The Cleveland Guardians fell to the New York Mets in 10 innings on Friday night by a final score of 10-9.

For Cleveland (20-24), the Guardians got on the board in the 1st inning with a three-run homerun by designated hitter Josh Naylor to give Cleveland a 3-0 lead. Catcher Cam Gallagher would extend the lead to 4-0 with an RBI single in the 2nd, with the lead being extended again in the 5th inning to 5-0 due to shortstop Amed Rosario also hitting an RBI single. Naylor would come up huge again in the 7th inning with a two RBI single to extend the lead to 7-3. Once the game went into extra innings at tied 7-7, pinch hitter Gabriel Arias would hit a two-run homerun in the 10th to give the Guardians a 9-7 lead, but would eventually fall to New York.

Starting pitcher Cal Quantrill went 5.2 innings, struck out six batters, and allowed six hits for three earned runs. Closer Emmanuel Clase would suffer his fourth loss for the year for going the 10th inning, striking out a batter, but allowing four hits for three runs with two earned.

For New York (23-23), the Mets would begin a comeback in the 5th inning with rookie catcher Francisco Alvarez hitting a solo homerun and second baseman Jeff McNeil hitting an RBI single to cut the Cleveland lead to 5-2. In the 6th inning, rookie third baseman Brett Baty would also hit a solo homerun to cut closer to 5-3. In the 7th inning, the Mets would tie the game at 7-7 with first baseman Pete Alonso hitting a grand-slam off Guardians relief pitcher James Karinchak. Once in extra innings and trailing 9-7, designated hitter Mark Vientos and Alvarez would each hit an RBI single to tie the game at 9-9, which would set up shortstop Francisco Lindor to hit a walk-off RBI single to win the game at 10-9.

Starting pitcher Carlos Carrasco went 5.0 innings, struck out three batters, and allowed five hits and two walks for five earned runs. Relief pitcher Drew Smith got his third win of the season for going the 10th inning, striking out a batter, and allowing a hit for two runs with one earned.

The Guardians will continue their road series against the New York Mets on Saturday, May 20th, with first pitch set for 4:10 p.m.