Bruce bosses Brewers with walk-off single to lift Mets

Asdrubal Cabrera made them wait a few minutes longer. But the Mets, who have lost more than their share of gut-wrenching games this season, eventually picked Cabrera up with a walk-off, 12-inning, 5-4 win over the Brewers.

Five innings after Cabrera’s dropped popup at shortstop allowed the Brewers to tie the game, Jay Bruce singled home the winning run. T.J. Rivera opened the rally with a single off reliever Wily Peralta, moving to third on a Michael Conforto walk and a Jose Reyes fielder’s choice. That brought up Bruce, who slashed an RBI single up the middle for his 10th career walk-off hit.

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