Mets Scores & Recaps
The Mets are a better team than the Reds, and they looked like it.
Max Scherzer was everything the Mets needed in the second game of the doubleheader.
The offense was great, and so was David Peterson. Other things...weren’t.
Melts squander early opportunities and rally late, only to fall short in second game of pivotal series.
Pete Alonso went deep early, and Daniel Vogelbach really put the game away with a grand slam.
Scherzer wasn’t at his best but the Mets offense handily took down the Nationals.
The Mets - who are good - have won six in a row.
Carlos Carrasco had one of his best starts of 2022, and Francisco Lindor reminded us why he is a star.
The Mets handed Sandy Alcantara his shortest outing since May 6 and Brandon Nimmo’s late-inning homer put the Mets over the top.
Max Scherzer was impeccable on his birthday, and Marte’s big hit secured the win for the Amazins.
Walker pitched well enough, and Ottavino and Díaz closed things out
This game wasn’t exactly fun to watch, but there were some great moments late.
What a pleasant afternoon in Georgia.
Max Scherzer was great, and the Mets scored four runs to win.
A fantastic pitcher’s duel ended with extra innings tomfoolery.
The Mets had their chances and couldn’t capitalize.
J.D. Davis and James McCann provided the power for the Mets, while Trevor Williams threw seven terrific innings.
After struggling to get clutch hits, the Mets tied it in the ninth and exploded in the tenth.
The Mets failed to score against the lowly Reds, burning a very good outing from the ace.