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It was not a pretty night in Washington for the Mets. After taking a 4-0 lead into the bottom of the third, a possibly-injured Noah Syndergaard experienced his worst inning of the year and gave up five runs.
The bleeding didn’t stop there, though, as Sean Gilmartin and Erik Goeddel proved equally incapable of stopping the Nats. The game ended as an 11-4 loss that the Mets will try to forget.
On the bright side of things, Brandon Nimmo went 2-for-4 and scored a run, picking up his first major league hits. The teams resume their series tonight as Matt Harvey takes the mound.
Youlieski Gourriel worked out for Sandy Alderson and other Mets officials in Port St. Lucie on Monday.
Keith Hernandez and Ron Darling defended Davey Johnson from accusations leveled by Lenny Dykstra that he was frequently drunk and hungover on the bench.
The Mets’ 2013 third round pick, Ivan Wilson, has apparently decided to retire from baseball.
Around the NL East
The Nationals are trying out SS prospect Trea Turner in CF because he’s currently blocked by Danny Espinosa.
The Phillies took down the Diamonbacks 8-0.
The Braves lost to the Indians.
The Marlins signed veteran pitcher Jeremy Guthrie to a minor league deal.
MLB players are currently on track to his the most home runs this season since the year 2000.
The Yankees lost a strange game to the Rangers that ended at 2:45 am after a four-hour rain delay.
Kris Bryant had a career night for the Cubs, collecting sixteen total bases and setting a team record.
A-Rod is likely done facing righties for the near future.
Yesterday at AA
Lukas Vlahos had the Mets Daily Prospect Report.
Matt Varvaro had the Monday Morning Mets Mind Bogggler.
Kevin Duffy had an interview with former Met Brian Schneider about the 2008 season.
Timothy Finnegan broke down how Mets pitchers could attack Daniel Murphy.
Aaron Yorke previewed the Mets/Nationals series.
Brian Salvatore looked at the latest Mets trade rumors.
Eric Goodman had an injury update on Steven Matz.
This Date in Mets History
The Mets signed Nolan Ryan way back in 1965.