The Mets (10-8, second place in the NL East, 1.5 games back of first place Phillies) are off on Thursday. They begin a three-game series against the Cardinals on Friday in St. Louis.
Here's what went down on Wednesday in case you missed it...
In the Mets' 3-2 loss to the Phillies, a late comeback fell short as New York lost its second straight and dropped the series to Philadelphia >> Read more
Zack Wheeler was strong over 7.0 innings on Wednesday, but lamented a few mistakes that cost him >> Read more
Jacob deGrom was set to start on Friday, but will instead have that start pushed back due to strep throat >> Read more
As they remain open to strengthening their starting rotation, the Mets are showing strong interest in trading for Mike Minor. A division rival is also interested >> Read more
Jeff McNeil stayed hot on Wednesday, and MetsBlog's Matthew Cerrone wrote why McNeil is no fluke -- and can contend for a batting title >> Read more
Brandon Nimmo is still dealing with a sore neck, but is hopeful he'll return soon >> Read more
Jed Lowrie, who has missed the entire season due to a knee injury, has taken another step toward his return >> Read more
The Mets sent Drew Gagnon to Triple-A before Wednesday's game and called up bullpen help >> Read more