The Mets had only scored three runs in their previous 18 innings and were without their top two relievers heading into the eighth inning on Friday night. So, it may not have seemed like a comeback win was imminent.
However, New York rallied for two runs in the eighth, with pinch-hitters J.D. Davis and Carlos Gómez driving in the tying and go-ahead runs, respectively, to beat Arizona, 5-4, at Chase Field. Gomez laced an RBI double to left field that plated the winning run.