The Mets (60-56, 8.0 GB in NL East, 0.5 GB of second Wild Card) look to carry the momentum over from Friday's walk-off win against the Nationals when they face Washington again at Citi Field at 7:10 p.m.
Here's what happened on Friday, in case you missed it...
The Mets rallied for four runs in the ninth behind Todd Frazier's game-tying three-run home run and Michael Conforto's walk-off base hit to beat the Nationals, 7-6, and win for the 14th time in their last 15 games. >> Read more
Mets' slugger Pete Alonso raved about the Citi Field crowd after the game as the team reacted to the dramatic walk-off win. >> Read More
Marcus Stroman turned in one of his strongest outings of the season, striking out a career-high nine batters in his Citi Field debut on Friday. >> Read More
Before the ninth inning heroics, Alonso and J.D. Davis went back-to-back in the fourth inning to tie the game at 3. >> WATCH
Mickey Callaway understands the importance of this series against the Nationals and adds it is what the fans deserve. >> Read More
Panik is ecstatic as he reacts to the Mets claiming him off waivers. >> Read More
Robinson Cano spoke for the first time since he tore his left hamstring and is staying positive that he could play again this season. >> Read More
The Mets' newest reliever, Brad Brach, grew up a die-hard Mets fan and is now living out his childhood dream. >> Read More
The book Mets pitcher Marcus Stroman takes with him everywhere. >> Read More
SNY's Matthew Cerrone breaks down the crucial three-game series between the Mets and the Nationals. >> Read More
How Zack Wheeler has taken the next step for the Mets. >> Read More