The Mets (26-27, 5.0 GB in the NL East) lost the first game of their road trip on Monday night in Los Angeles as their bullpen got pummelled in the sixth inning.
Here's what went down on Monday, in case you missed it:
In the Mets' loss to the Dodgers, New York had three runners thrown out on the bases (two at home plate, one at third base) and watched their bullpen get smacked around in the sixth inning as Los Angeles plated six runs >> Read more
Jacob deGrom allowed two runs but lasted just 5.0 innings, lamenting after the game that he wished he had his good stuff >> Read more
Mookie Wilson, other former Mets reacted to the death of Bill Buckner >> Read more
Benches cleared for the second-straight day as the Triple-A Mets battled the Triple-A Yankees >> Read more
In non-fighting news down on the farm, Simeon Woods Richardson bounced back, Anthony Kay stayed hot, and David Peterson turned in another strong performance >> Read more