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Darin Ruf hit a two-run home run off of Sean Gilmartin while the New York bats were silenced by Jerad Eickhoff. The Phillies won 3-0 and finished off a sweep of the Mets for the first time since April 2013.
Hansel Robles has been suspended three games for throwing at Cameron Rupp on Wednesday night.
Juan Uribe's chest injury could keep the infielder out of the upcoming NLDS.
Steven Matz was scratched from his scheduled start this week due to back spasms, but Terry Collins plans to use him in a lengthy relief outing against Washington.
Yoenis Cespedes and his bruised hand may also make an appearance over the weekend.
Matz is not the only Mets player dealing with a back injury right now.
Collins says he will consider flipping the bullpen roles of Tyler Clippard and Addison Reed in certain situations.
Hurricane Joaquin may continue to affect the Mets' plans for the remainder of the regular season.
Around the NL East
Phillies outfielder Jeff Francoeur says he has a man crush on Eickhoff!
Max Scherzer pretended to choke Bryce Harper before the game.
Around the majors
After the big win, the Yankees dressed up their rookies as hip hop stars from the 1980s. Yeah boy.
Dave Cameron's hypothetical NL MVP ballot does not include Cespedes.
Grant Brisbee tries to figure out how everyone's preseason American League predictions went wrong.
This date in Mets history
Mike Piazza played in his final game as a Met in 2005. 40 years earlier, the Mets and Phillies played to a scoreless draw.