Mets Series Preview
We’ve been talking about this series for weeks, and it’s finally here. Buckle up!
This series will serve as the appetizer for the team’s big weekend showdown with Atlanta.
The team’s magic number is two heading into Milwaukee
The Mets will look to keep their hold on first place in the NL East.
The Mets will look to feast on the floundering fish.
The Mets will look to bounce back from an embarrassing series loss to the Nationals.
The Mets look to keep up their positive momentum after taking two of three against the Dodgers.
The Mets just concluded an exhausting 10-game road trip that saw them go 4-6.
The Mets swept their crosstown rivals in a two-game set at Citi Field earlier this year
No rest for the weary as the Mets continue their swing of ten games in nine days.
The Mets will look to put some more distance between themselves and second-place Atlanta.
Both teams are trending upward as this series kicks off.
The Mets will play second-place Atlanta five times between now and Sunday.
deGrom is finally back, and he will pitch back-to-back with Scherzer in this series.
The Mets enter this series on a three-game winning streak after sweeping the Yankees
It’s everyone’s favorite (or least favorite) time of the year, depending on who you ask.
The pennant race is set to heat up in the second half, and both the Mets and Padres are fighting for playoff positioning
The Mets will try to fend off the second place Braves, who are hot on their trail.
This series will feature the return of Max Scherzer.
The Mets will hope they have better luck against the other Texas baseball team.
The Mets were swept in a two-game series last week in Houston, so this presents the perfect time for payback.
The Mets haven’t faced the Astros since their 2017 World Series-winning campaign.
The Mets will look to keep rolling at home.
The Mets will try to capitalize on facing the Angels, who just ended their 14-game losing streak.