Meet the Mets
The Mets were swept by the Rockies on Sunday to finish up an 11-game road trip. Jacob deGrom battled once again without his best stuff and left in the seventh with the lead. Jim Henderson came on in relief and gave up a pinch-hit home run to Ryan Raburn to give the Rockies the lead. The Mets tried to stage a comeback but were thwarted once again by an umpire's decision. On a groun dball by Lucas Duda, Juan Lagares was called out for running outside of the baseline, resulting in a double play. The Mets have the day off Monday and then play the Nationals at home on Tuesday for their first meeting of the season.
Both Jim Henderson and Michael Conforto discussed their mistakes in Sunday's game. Henderson talked about the fateful pitch to Ryan Raburn and Conforto talked about his defensive miscues in the outfield.
Jacob deGrom did not feel comfortable on the mound on Sunday but still put together a "decent" outing.
Juan Lagares expressed his surprise at being called out at third.
Both Noah Syndergaard and Max Scherzer are coming off memorable starts and are set to face each other on Tuesday. Scherzer has been impressed with Syndergaard's stuff so far this season.
Daniel Murphy's new teammates only had positive things to say about their new second baseman.
Steven Matz's health could change the pitching rotation the Mets' use against the Nationals.
Around the NL East
The Nationals could not get anything going against Jose Fernandez and Marlins in their series finale.
Around the Majors
Sunday marked the 75th anniversary of the start of Joe DiMaggio's incredible 56-game hit streak. White Sox manager and former-Met Robin Ventura talked about the 58-game hit streak he had while in college.
Yesterday at AA
Steve Sypa updated all the action in the minors with the Mets Daily Prospect Report.