The Mets (30-33, 6.0 GB in the NL East) dropped the opener of a three-game series agianst the Rockies at Citi Field on Friday night, 5-1. They will return to action on Saturday at 7:15 p.m.
Here's what went down on Friday in case you missed it:
The benches cleared and Jacob deGrom did not get enough run support in a 5-1 loss to the Rockies on Friday night.
After reliever Drew Gagnon allowed eighth inning home runs to David Dahl and former Met Daniel Murphy, he drilled Ian Desmond, resulting in the benches clearing and some jawing. Gagnon insisted afterward that there was no intent to hit Desmond.
Prior to the game, Murphy reminisced about his time with the Mets and winning the 2015 National League pennant.
SNY's Anthony McCarron shares an oral history of how Pete Alonso and Dom Smith, direct competitors on the field, became the closest of friends.
Robinson Cano was not in the Mets' lineup again on Friday but manager Mickey Callaway expressed optimism in an update on the slugger before the game.
SNY's Matthew Cerrone gives five reasons why Mets fans should be optimistic about the final 100 games and playoff chances.
Mets pitching prospect Anthony Kay now ranked in Baseball America's top 100.
SNY's John Harper writes how Brodie' Van Wagenen's big-splash mentality carried into the MLB Draft.
Robert Gsellman and Steven Matz audition for SNY's new digital series "Game On."