Davis, Mets helped by Indians' mental lapse, win 4-3 in 10

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Davis, Mets helped by Indians' mental lapse, win 4-3 in 10
Davis, Mets helped by Indians' mental lapse, win 4-3 in 10

NEW YORK — J.D. Davis lined an RBI single with two outs that capped a two-run rally in the 10th inning and the New York Mets, helped moments earlier by a huge Cleveland mental lapse, beat the Indians 4-3 Wednesday night. All-Star reliever Brad Hand's failure to cover first base on a potential game-ending double-play grounder cost Cleveland. Davis made the Indians pay with his first career game-ending hit. The Mets won their fourth in a row and for the 20th time in 25 games, moving a season-high six over .500. It was their 12th win in the last 13 at Citi Field — they have more home games down the stretch than any team in the majors. New York also improved baseball's best interleague record this

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