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The Mets took Game 3 of the World Series last night, winning in a 9-3 rout over the Royals at Citi Field. Battered early, Noah Syndergaard would settle in to strike out six and throw his second quality start of the postseason. 'Thor' received run support in the form of home runs from David Wright and Curtis Granderson, as the Mets' offense showed signs of life after a dismal performance on the road. With the Mets needing another win to draw even in the series, Steven Matz will take on Chris Young at Citi Field tonight.
After coming up-and-in to Alcides Escobar on the first pitch of the game, Noah Syndergaard and the Royals engaged in a war of words.
Steven Matz spoke to Anthony McCarron about playing for the Mets in the World Series as a native New Yorker.
William C. Rhoden of the Times outlined a plan for the Mets to win the series after a crucial Game 3 victory.
Franklin Morales made a crucial error in judgment in relief last night.
Darryl Strawberry laid out his Mets comeback strategy.
Around the NL East
Baseball reacted to the expected hire of Bud Black as Washington's new manager.
Raul A. Mondesi became the first player to make his MLB debut in the World Series.
Bluebird Banter outlined five turning points of Alex Anthopoulous's reign as Blue Jays general manager.
Steve Knopper of the Times wrote about baseball's influence in the Dominican Republic.
Yesterday at Amazin' Avenue
Bobby Ojeda gave his analysis of Noah Syndergaard entering Game 3.
The Mets badly needed a return to Citi Field, Jeremy Binckes wrote.
Sara Novic proposes the idea of re-tooling the Mets' lineup as the series returns home.
This date in Mets history
Former Mets Tim Byrdak and Steve Trachsel were born on this day, and Tom Seaver won his second Cy Young award in 1973.