The Mets (61-56, 7.0 GB in NL East, 0.5 GB of second Wild Card) aim for the sweep of the Nationals and move into a Wild Card position for the first time this season this afternoon. Jacob deGrom will get the ball against Anibal Sanchez.
Here's what happened on Saturday, in case you missed it...
So the Mets won...again. This time it was Luis Guillorme that hit a clutch homer -- his first of the season -- to help New York take a 4-3 victory at Citi Field last night. >> Read more
Guillorme could have easily gloated about his big hit, but in fact, it was the Mets fans that he said were the reason that this comeback happened in the first place. >> Read More
Pete Alonso is on the edge of writing more history in his rookie season. These milestones are just in reach for No. 20. >> Read More
Last night, the Mets set a franchise record with eight straight multi-home run games. >> Read More
Normally it is Tomas Nido that is catching Noah Syndergaard, but Wilson Ramos was the man behind the plate on Saturday night. Mickey Callaway explained why that was the case. >> Read More
Matt Cerrone did a Mets Weekend Mailbag on Saturday, where he answered a bunch of your questions during this Mets win streak. >> Read More