Things you should know about tonight's game...
1) Asdrubal Cabrera collected four hits and four RBIs, including a go-ahead three-run homer in the 11th inning. Brandon Nimmo had a two-run triple and Amed Rosario drove in New York's first run with a double. Kevin Plawecki reached base five times on two singles and three walks while Nori Aoki walked three times and scored three runs.
2) The Mets' bullpen combined to allow two runs and one hit in seven innings. Jeurys Familia fanned two of the three batters he faced in the bottom of the 12th to collect his sixth save.
3) Seth Lugo allowed two runs and six hits over four innings in his final start of the season. The right-hander struck out four and didn't walk a batter while tossing 74 pitches. Lugo surrendered five of the six hits through the first two innings.
News and notes...
The Mets had lost their last three extra-inning games and improved to 3-8 in those contests.
New York's win gave it at least 12 victories against Philadelphia for a fourth straight season. The Mets are 51-24 against the Phillies since the beginning of 2014.
Cabrera is batting .371 (33-for-89) with nine doubles, four homers and 17 RBIs in 27 games this month. The four-hit game was his second of the season and first since April 11 while his four RBIs were a season-high.
Familia's save was the 106th of his career, one behind Jesse Orosco (107) for third on the Mets' all-time list.
After surrendering a career-worst eight runs in three innings against the Cubs on Sept. 14, Lugo allowed three runs over 15 innings (1.80 ERA) while striking out 14 in his final three starts.
AJ Ramos made his first appearance since Sept. 22 and struck out two during a perfect eighth inning.
The Mets (70-91) conclude the 2017 campaign against the Phillies (65-96) at Citizens Bank Park on Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m. on SNY.
Noah Syndergaard (1-2, 3.18 ERA, 1.09 WHIP) will make his second appearance since returning from the disabled list and will be limited to 20-25 pitches. The 25-year-old needed five pitches in his lone inning against the Nationals last Saturday in his first big league start since April 30. Syndergaard allowed five runs -- three earned -- with a season-high 10 strikeouts over seven innings against the Phillies on April 20.
Nick Pivetta (7-10, 6.26 ERA, 1.52 WHIP) ends the season for Philadelphia looking for his third straight win. The rookie right-hander blanked the Braves over six innings last Sunday for just his second scoreless outing of the year. Pivetta owns a 6.48 ERA in three career starts against the Mets.