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The Mets opened the National League Championship Series with a win over the Cubs last night at Citi Field. Matt Harvey had a hell of a start, summed up nicely by Ted Berg, while Curtis Granderson, Daniel Murphy, and Travis d'Arnaud drove in the Mets' runs. There were a couple plays at the plate, too, one of which involved a fantastic throw from Yoenis Cespedes.
Noah Syndergaard gets the start in Game 2 tonight after coming in yesterday and telling Terry Collins that he felt fantasticfollowing his relief outing in Game 5 of the NLDS.
Mets broadcaster Ron Darling, who is in the TBS booth for the playoffs, spends part of his Sundays at Katz's Deli on Houston Street.
Jeurys Familia has been outstanding out of the Mets' bullpen, and he's having a good time in the process.
Mets pitchers have been great, but just imagine what the team could do if David Wright and Yoenis Cespedes get hot.
People came from all over to cheer on the Mets in the series opener.
Around Major League Baseball
The Royals took a 2-0 lead in the ALCS with a come-from-behind win over the Blue Jays.
Yesterday on Amazin' Avenue
We ran down the video highlights of the Mets' Game 1 victory.
It's Playoff Avenue Audio.
Using Steven Matz out of the bullpen in the first two games of the NLCS makes sense.
Of the four teams left in the playoffs, the Mets have the lowest payroll.
Despite struggling against the likes of Clayton Kershaw and Zack Greinke in the NLDS, the Mets' regulars should remain regulars.
Sean Gilmartin was added to the roster for the NLCS, replacing Erik Goeddel.
This date in Mets history
Back on October 18, 2006, the Mets beat Chris Carpenter in the NLCS.