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Mets Scores & Recaps

Mets drop second game of doubleheader to Marlins

The doubleheader ended—as so many do—in a split.

Mets open doubleheader with blowout win over Marlins

The Mets scored eleven runs in the first of two games against the Marlins.

Phillies cruise to 5-2 victory to complete sweep of Mets

Philadelphia continues to cruise towards postseason berth as Mets enter final week of disappointing season.

Mets outgunned by Phillies once more for 7-5 loss

The Mets did some damage against Zack Wheeler, but it didn’t matter

Phillies 5, Mets 4-Mets rally late against Phillies but lose anyway

Two late blasts helped send the game to extras but it ultimately didn’t matter.

Phillies 5, Mets 4—Mets lose back-and-forth affair in Philly

Despite their best efforts, the Mets couldn’t overcome the Phillies.

Mets 8, Marlins 3—Don’t run on The Squirrel!

Mets take series from Wild Card hopeful Marlins behind McNeil’s glove and Vientos’ bat.

Marlins 4, Mets 3- Pesky, but not victorious

A late comeback is immediately invalidated in a 4-3 loss to Miami.

Mets 2, Marlins 1 - Fish Flopped

The Mets took the first of the series against the Marlins.

Mets 8, Reds 4 -The Mets win big on Big Sexy Day

Quintana, Vogelbach, and Álvarez secured the win in the series finale over the Reds.

Mets fall to Reds again

It was a close game, but the Mets lost.

Reds 5, Mets 3—Comeback spoiled on Roberto Clemente Day

David Peterson struck out a career-high ten batters and Pete Alonso hit a game-tying homer in the sixth, but the bullpen let the game get away.

Mets 11, Diamondbacks 1 - Kodai Cy-enga?

The Mets rolled over the Diamondbacks in the series finale.

Mets 7, Diamondbacks 1—Runs by the Gallen

Pete Alonso drove in three runs as the Mets won.

Mets, 7, Diamondbacks 4—Alonso and the Baby Mets power the Mets past the snakes

Ronny Mauricio, Pete Alonso, and Francisco Alvarez all homered, and the bullpen held the D-Backs bats off.

Diamondbacks 2, Mets 0 - Smith snakebit, Mets drop series opener

The Mets’ bullpen continues to have issues.

Mets 2, Twins 0 - Ninth inning magic

The Mets took the series finale in Minnesota.

Twins 8, Mets 4—Bullpen falters again

David Peterson gave the Mets a quality start, but the bullpen let a close game get out of reach.

Twins 5, Mets 2-Mets drop series opener against the Twins

Kodai Senga was not at his best but it was the bullpen that blew it.

Nationals 3, Mets 2 — José Butto, wasted gem

José Butto threw the best game of his career, but Trevor Gott and Phil Bickford could not keep the lead for him, as the Mets fall in DC.

Mets 11, Nationals 5—Mets trounce Nationals with literally a million home runs

Jose Quintana had a great start, but the Mets offense was the star of the show.

Mets 6, Mariners 3—Mets top Mariners, take series

Pete Alonso went deep twice, Francisco Lindor was fantastic, and the Mets won the game and the series.

Mets lose back-and-forth affair with Mariners 8-7

The Mets came from behind several times, but ultimately fell to Seattle.

Mets 2, Seattle 1 — Senga and the Mets destabilize the West

Kodai Senga went seven strong innings and the offense struck late in a 2-1 win over the Mariners.

Mets 6, Rangers 5—Hey Mr. DJ!

DJ Stewart adds two home runs, a game winning RBI and flashes some leather in an improbable Mets victory.

Rangers 2, Mets 1 - Bullpen blows quality Quintana start

Mark Vientos made it interesting in the ninth.

Mets blow lead, drop series opener to Rangers

The Mets got a very good start from Tylor Megill but wound up losing.

Mets 3, Angels 2—Ortega!

A solid David Peterson start and Ortega’s game-winning hit snaps the Mets’ losing streak

Cookie struggles once more, Mets lose to Angels 5-3

The bullpen shoved. It didn’t matter.

Angels 3, Mets 1: Tonight, Angels > Ghosts

The Mets wasted a quality start and a few scoring opportunities to a floundering Angels squad.

Braves 7, Mets 0—Call the Mortician

Charlie Morton completely shut the Mets down and a big sixth inning sealed the series victory for the Braves.

Braves 3, Mets 2—Missed Opportunities

A home run by Daniel Vogelbach and strong work by the bullpen made it a close game, but the Mets failed to take advantage of opportunities to make a full comeback.