Aaron Nola had himself quite a day in the first game of today doubleheader, but the Mets made a dramatic comeback in the seventh inning before winning it in extra innings on a walk-off single by Dominic Smith . The game was quickly established as both a memorable and historic one, as Nola tied Tom Seaver record of consecutive strikeout record by punching ten straight Mets batters between the first and fourth innings. While he was not able to surpass Seaver record, he did end the day with a whopping twelve strikeouts over 5. 1 scoreless innings . As if that wasn enough, he was also the major catalyst for the Phillies with the bats, getting two booming hits against Taijuan Walker . With just one out remaining , Francisco Lindor hit an RBI single to tie the game and send it to extra innings. Following a scoreless inning by Seth Lugo, the Mets came up with chance to win in the bottom of the eighth, and after a leadoff intentional walk to Pete Alonso, Dominic Smith (after showing bunt on the first couple pitches) smacked a single to center to give the Mets the dramatic victory in the first game of the doubleheader. Full recap to follow.