The Mets (24-26, 5.5 GB in the NL East) blasted five home runs but fell short to the Tigers on Friday. They return to action against Detroit on Saturday at 4:10 p.m. at Citi Field.
Here's what went down on Friday, in case you missed it:
Despite the Mets' bats coming alive for five home runs, it was not enough as Noah Syndergaard was roughed up for six runs over 5.1 innings in a 9-8 loss to the Tigers.
Syndergaard voiced his frustation over his outing after the game, exclaiming that "pitching is really freaking annoying sometimes."
Mets' pitching prospect Anthony Kay sat down with SNY and discussed his dominance in Double-A this season.
Darryl Strawberry told SNY's Anthony McCarron he is "hoping" Alonso breaks his Mets rookie home run record of 26 set in 1983.
A look at why Steven Matz has actually been the Mets' most consistent pitcher this season.
Michael Conforto is feeling good after his concussion last week and hopes to return to the lineup this weekend.
SNY's Matthew Cerrone explores the full circle journey that led Carlos Gomez back to the Mets.
The Mets activated outfielder Aaron Alther to the 25-man roster and he hit a home run yesterday.
Former Mets GM Steve Phillips discussed what he wished Brodie Van Wagenen did not do this offseason.
Keon Broxton, whom the Met designated for assignment last week, blasted a mammoth home run in his first at-bat with the Orioles on Friday.