Bartolo Colon gave up 10 hits en route to his New York Mets being shutout by Matt Cain and the San Francisco Giants by the final of 3-0.

For the New York Mets, much of the same narrative that has surrounded them this season reared its ugly head again on Tuesday night.

The offense was dreadful as Matt Cain and the San Francisco Giants shut them out by the final of 3-0.

The real story of the night came in the form of Hunter Pence.

Just hours after being activated from the DL, one of the Giants top leaders drove in two-runs and also made a game-changing spectacular play by throwing Curtis Granderson out at the plate on a sac-fly try.

The Mets will look to get in the win column Wednesday night with 2015 MLB All-Star Jacob deGrom on the mound.

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