The Mets (66-60, 9.0 GB in NL East, 1.5 GB of second Wild Card) wrap up their three-game series against the Indians at Citi Field on Thursday at 7:10 p.m.
Here's what happened on Wednesday, in case you missed it....
In a wild game at Citi Field, the Mets fell behind, 3-2, in the 10th inning after Luis Avilan served up a solo homer to Carlos Santana. But the Mets rallied for two runs in the bottom of the 10th, with J.D. Davis capping things off with a walk-off hit to left field after an incredible at-bat against Brad Hand >> Read more
Davis was fired up after the game, screaming to the Mets fans "we did it again!" >> Read more
In his postgame interview, Davis was without his jersey -- thanks to Pete Alonso's new pledge that he will rip anyone's jersey off if they deliver a walk-off hit >> Read more
Marcus Stroman was pulled from the game after the fourth inning due to hamstring tightness, but Mickey Callaway said after the game that the Mets were not concerned >> Read more
With Jeff McNeil and Brandon Nimmo both close to returning, here's how the Mets' roster could be impacted and how their regular lineups could shake out >> Read more
Robinson Cano, who is rehabbing his torn hamstring, could start running on Thursday >> Read more
Andy Martino explained how the Mets' historically bad bullpen has improved >> Read more
Matthew Cerrone highlighted five Mets storylines to watch during their potentially season-defining nine-game homestand >> Read more
A slight adjustment on the mound has helped Steven Matz excel since the All-Star break >> Read more