The Mets (67-62, 2.0 GB of second Wild Card) complete their series with the Braves on Sunday afternoon at 1:10 p.m. on WPIX.
Here's what happened on Saturday, in case you missed it...
The Mets fell to the Braves for the second straight night, losing 9-5 on their home turf. This came after a tough 14-inning loss on Friday night, one the Mets could have won at multiple times. >> Read more
Pete Alonso did, however, reach 100 RBI for the season after crushing a three-run homer. It was his 41st of the season, which also ties the Mets' single-season home run record. He talked about the accomplishment after the game. >> Read more
Edwin Diaz left his appearance early on Saturday due to "trap tightness." He did say, though, that he feels OK. >> Read more
After getting hit in the head with a Josh Donaldson back swing on Friday night, the Mets placed Tomas Nido on the 7-day IL for concussion protocol. Rene Rivera, who was having a solid season in Triple-A was called up in his place. >> Read more
Jacob deGrom was dominant on Friday night, and that seems to be his normal outing lately as he has returned to Cy Young form. SNY's John Harper breaks down how Jake's slow ride from the start of the season has turned into this strong-looking finish. >> Read more
Jed Lowrie continues to progress in his rehab, as he played second base for St. Lucie yesterday. >> Read more