Mets Scores & Recaps
Jacob deGrom and a key McNeil hit keep the Mets alive.
Through the raindrops, the Mets scored four runs en route to a Game 1 win.
Max Scherzer and the offense struggled as the team slips to second place.
Jacob deGrom continues to be vulnerable to the long ball even when otherwise dominant and the Mets offense failed to pick him up with a rally against Kenley Jansen in the ninth falling short.
It’s Eduardo Escobar’s world and we are all just living in it.
Nine runs, thirteen hits, no problem.
Despite an early hole, the Mets rallied for their sixth straight win.
Max Scherzer led the way with six perfect innings in his first start off the injured list.
David Peterson is unable to escape the first as the Mets suffer desultory sweep at the hands of the Cubs.
Chris Bassitt struggled for the first time in a while, and the Mets offense was unable to get much going.
David Peterson was pulled early and the Mets almost clawed their way back, but two double plays in key situations sunk their chances and a poor outing from Joely Rodríguez sealed the deal.
This really sucks, guys.