It took a strange ending to their game in New York against the Mets, but the New York Giants got it done on Tuesday night to win 9-3 and give manager Bruce Bochy his 1000th win.
The victory put Bochy alongside John McGraw as the only two managers in Giants history to record that number, and it was also pretty cool to see him do it in New York, where the Giants had so much history before moving to the west coast. The trouble started brewing for the Mets when they yanked pitcher Noah Syndergaard- who was irate about the decision. They would then blow a lead immediately after. In the top of the tenth, the Giants rammed the door down with six runs, with three doubles and a single being hit, handing them the win on Bochy’s former stomping grounds.