The Mets (34-36, 6.5 GB in NL East, 5 GB of second Wild Card) picked up a thrilling win over the Cardinals, 8-7, at Citi Field on Saturday night.
Both teams will finish their series on Sunday at 1:10 p.m. It will be Jason Vargas against Dakota Hudson on the mound.
Here's what happened on Saturday in case you missed it...
The final play of the Mets' win wasn't pretty. Kolton Wong hit a blooper to right field and both Michael Conforto and Jeff McNeil couldn't make the catch. Jack Flaherty, the pinch runner, tried scoring from first to tie the game, but McNeil wasn't about to let that happen. Here's what he had to say about his game-saving throw home. >> Read More
Here is the full recap from the Mets' win, including Pete Alonso's monstrous homer. >> Read More
Noah Syndergaard was dealing for the Mets, but he had to leave in the seventh inning after gripping behind his right leg and looking toward the dugout. Manager Mickey Callaway said after the game that Syndergaard would be reevaluated in the morning. >> Read More
Before the game, Callaway gave injury updates on Robinson Cano, Brandon Nimmo, and Jed Lowrie >> Read More
The Mets signed their first-round pick Brett Baty on Saturday. He was present at Citi Field to talk to the media, and take batting practice with the team >> Read More
GM Brodie Van Wagenen addressed the Mets' approach heading toward the trade deadline, and he sounds like he'll be a buyer come July >> Read More
Speaking of buying, one of the Mets needs would likely be in the reliever market. Could the Angels' Cody Allen be an option they explore? >> Read More