Tom Glavine has no-decisions in six of his last 10 starts, but the Mets have gone on to win five of those games. That’s indicative of two things. One, Glavine keeping his team in the game, and two, finding a way to win.
Glavine gave up two runs in 6 1/3 innings, and left with the bases loaded. Here’s how he got picked up in the Mets’ 4-2, 10-inning win this afternoon:
- Chad Bradford replaces him and gets out of the inning with no runs scored.
- Ramon Castro threw out two attempted base stealers and twice blocked the plate.
- Endy Chavez drove in what proved to be the go-head run.
- Earlier in the game Carlos Delgado and Cliff Floyd homered.
A lot of good things happened today for the Mets, who continue to show the balance of a winner.