The Mets (16-17, 2.5 games behind the Phillies in the NL East) lost their second-straight game to the Brewers on Saturday night -- falling after taking a lead in the 18th inning. They wrap up their series with the Brewers on Sunday at 2:10 p.m. in Milwaukee.
Here's what went down on Saturday, in case you missed it:
In the Mets' heartbreaking 18-inning loss to the Brewers in Milwaukee, they tied things up in the ninth inning when Pete Alonso smashed a solo homer to right field. After New York took the lead in the top of the 18th, Chris Flexen coughed it all up in the bottom half >> Read more
As the Mets were battling the Brewers and their own offensive ineptitude, Amed Rosario made two more errors >> Read more
Alonso's hitting approach has hints of Mark McGwire, Mike Piazza, and others, wrote SNY contributor John Harper >> Read more
The homer Alonso hit in the ninth inning Saturday was a Piazza-esque liner to right-center field >> WATCH
Reliever Luis Avilan landed on the DL, joining Jeurys Familia and Justin Wilson >> Read more
With his Mets tenure offically coming to a close, Travis d'Arnaud thanked the fans and the organization >> Read more