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The Mets lost to the Cardinals for the second straight game on Tuesday night, this time in extra-innings, and this time by just one run. It was a game the Mets had many chances to win, and the loss means their slim playoff chances continue to slip further and further away from them.
Congratulations to Pete Alonso, who is the Mets’ nominee for the Roberto Clemente Award.
The Mets will hold a ceremony tomorrow to name their Spanish-language radio booth after Juan Alicea. Alicea has spent 59 years with the Mets organization, and has been a broadcaster since 1982.
Prior to the game last night, Tomás Nido was activated off the injured list.
According to Tim Healey of Newsday, Sandy Alderson is set to stay with the Mets in 2022 as team president, has he will once again try to shape the front office.
David Lennon writes that the Mets’ offseason plans should begin with Theo Epstein.
Manager Luis Rojas said there’s a chance Brandon Nimmo returns from the IL this weekend.
Speaking to reporters before Tuesday’s game, Michael Conforto said it very well could or could not be the end of his time in New York.
Josiah Gray of the Nationals and Marcus Stroman have formed a relationship where Stroman mentors the 23-year-old Gray.
Around the National League East
The Phillies also missed their chance to gain ground in the standings, losing to the Cubs 6-3.
The Rockies beat the Braves 5-4 in the first game of their series.
Ryan Zimmerman hit a homer as the Nationals beat the Marlins 8-2.
Around Major League Baseball
The Rays topped the Blue Jays and became the first AL team to 90 wins.
Seattle’s T-Mobile Park is set to host Major League Baseball’s All-Star game in 2023.
If you’re interested, MiLB.TV is free for the rest of the minor league season.
Yesterday at Amazin’ Avenue
The newest episode of From Complex To Queens is out!
Steve Sypa brought us our Mets minor league players of the week for week #19 of the MiLB season.
This Date in Mets History
Banner Day began on this date in 1963.