Dillon Gee made his return to the Mets' rotation and wasn't good at all. He gave up seven runs in four innings. Three of those runs were unearned, but that doesn't make his start any less unimpressive. And the Mets' lineup was mostly lifeless, scoring just three runs. The Mets' bullpen was just fine after Gee departed, not that it really mattered. The Mets did load the bases with two outs in the ninth against Craig Kimbrel, and Lucas Duda came to the plate as the potential tying run, but he grounded out to end the game.
Ruben Tejada had three hits, though. He is hitting .310/.380/.451 this season. Sure, why not.
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