The Mets (41-51, 14.5 GB in NL East, 6.5 GB of second Wild Card) picked up a win on Saturday and will take on the Marlins in the rubber game of the three-game series on Sunday at 1:10 p.m. in Miami.
Here's what happened on Saturday, in case you missed it...
Behind Noah Syndergaard and Robinson Cano, the Mets managed a 4-2 win over the Marlins. >> Read more
Mets manager Mickey Callaway tweaked the lineup on Saturday, moving Michael Conforto to the two-hole and it paid off. He hit a two-run home run and spoke afterward about the advantages of hitting in front of Pete Alonso. >> Read More
Cano and Callaway are hoping the second baseman's clutch home run on Saturday is the start of turning a corner at the plate. >> Read More
Syndergaard, whose name has popped up in trade rumors, says if that were to happen it would be 'bittersweet' >> Read More
The Mets' experiment with Steven Matz in the bullpen appears to be over. >> Read More
What Boston's deal for Andrew Cashner could mean for the Mets. >> Read More
SNY's John Harper explores 10 questions the Mets should answer in the second half of the season. >> Read More
SNY's Matthew Cerrone takes a look at seven players who could receive trade interest and what the Mets should really do with them. >> Read More