Jon Niese got submarined by some bad fielding—which included his own bad fielding—while the Mets did nothing, quite literally, against reclamation project Ryan Vogelsong. Vogelsong took a no hitter into the 6th before Juan Lagares broke that up, and had a shutout into the 8th until he allowed Lucas Duda's daily Home Run. Those two blemishes seems to bother Vogelsong little, as he ended up completing the game, a 2 hit, 1 run effort accomplished in all of 2 hours and 6 minutes and resulted in a 5-1 Giants victory.
This game was quick, in fact it was so quick that I almost slept through the game in its entirety. I had come home in the middle of the afternoon, put the radio on and immediately taken a nap, and by time I woke up, I'd realized that I had fallen asleep with WFAN on, which is a station that does not carry the Mets any longer, and so when I woke up, at around 7pm, I realized I was listening to some voices I'd rather not be listening to on the broadcast for another team, so I clicked over to WOR and found the right voices—Howie Rose and Josh Lewin—and promptly fell back to sleep. By time I woke up, it was only 7:45, but the game was already in the 4th inning, and so I woke up and went in the other room to watch the game on TV. By this point, Jon Niese had already dug himself a hole, and when, a short time later, he dug a deeper hole in the 7th inning, I kind of lost interest and went to make dinner. So I have some vague memory of Lucas Duda hitting a Home Run, and I was eating dinner when Vogelsong finished off the game, and at that point I figured it just as well to go back to the radio, and listen to whoever the guy is that does the postgame show now. By this point, it was barely 9:30, so I still had a full evening ahead of me to do other things like clean the apartment and straighten things up and forget about this game, because there's not much about it worth remembering.