Jason Heyward ended the game with a pinch single in the 10th as the Chicago Cubs beat the Mets 4-3 on Thursday night. from New York.
Dan Winkler got the bases loaded at the top of the 10th inning, before the Cubs completed the sweep in the three-game series.
Kris Bryant had a couple of hits and produced two runs, while Venezuelan Willson Contreras drove one for Chicago, which beat the Mets for the seventh consecutive time, a streak dating back to June 2019.
Pete Alonso hit a home run for New York, which featured a good performance from the bullpen before Puerto Rican Edwin Díaz allowed the run scored by the automatic runner in the 10th inning.
The boricua Javier Báez, who made the last out of the ninth inning, started the tenth in middle. Diaz (1-1) hit Matt Duffy with his first pitch to leave two runners on board, and David Bote sent both forward with a sacrifice.
The emergent Eric Sogard received an intentional ticket that filled the bases.
Heyward hit as a substitute for Winkler and hit a powerful ball. to the right field.
Winkler (1-0) walked back-to-back to fill the house with one out in the 10th inning. However, he forced Dominic Smith hit a double play ball that ended the inning.