Pirates Score Three On Wild Play In The First

(Pittsburgh, PA)  --  The Pirates scored six runs in the first against the Mets, but three came in a very strange way.  The Bucs scored three runs on a wild play after Kevin Newman hit a slow roller down the third-base line, which Mets starter Taijuan Walker swiped away, thinking it was foul.  However, the home-plate umpire called it fair, as replay showed it was on the line, and the play allowed the three runners on base to score as Walker proceeded to argue with the umpire.  New York manager Luis Rojas was also ejected after the play.  However, New York crawled back into the game, and took the lead on a ninth-inning, two-run homer from Michael Conforto.  They won 7-6.  

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