7:10 PM ET, June 22, 2012
Citi Field, New York, New York
Frank Francisco earns save after Mets strike early against Yankees
Mets LHP Johan Santana was given the key to the city by Mayor Michael Bloomberg in honor of his no-hitter June 1, the first in franchise history. ... To make room for Cedeno, the Mets sent reliever Elvin Ramirez to Triple-A Buffalo. ... Rodriguez was thrilled for the Miami Heat, NBA champions. He said he understood what LeBron James had gone through.
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Regular Season Series
|1st||J Turner singled to center, R Cedeno and D Wright scored, S Hairston to second.||0||2|
|1st||I Davis homered to right (335 feet), S Hairston and J Turner scored.||0||5|
|6th||A Rodriguez homered to center (429 feet).||1||5|
|7th||A Jones homered to left (366 feet).||2||5|
|7th||D Wright doubled to deep left center, O Quintanilla scored.||2||6|
|8th||R Cano homered to right center (440 feet), M Teixeira scored.||4||6|
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|Stadium||Citi Field, New York, NY|
|Attendance||40,191 (95.9% full) - % is based on regular season capacity|
|Weather||71 degrees, cloudy|
|Umpires||Home Plate - Marvin Hudson, First Base - Tim Mcclelland, Second Base - Brian Runge, Third Base - Ted Barrett|
From Elias: Andy Pettitte allowed 5 runs in the first inning on Friday night. The last time Pettitte allowed 5+ runs in any inning was July 11, 2009 at the Angels (5 runs in 5th inning). Before tonight, he had given up 5+ runs in the first inning twice: August 21, 1995 at Oakland (6 runs), September 4, 2001 at Toronto (5 runs).
From Elias: The 5 runs in the first inning is the most first inning runs the Mets have ever scored against the Yankees. Their previous high was three runs, done four previous times.
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