The Mets (85-76) finish out their season against the Atlanta Braves (97-64) Sunday at 3:10 p.m. from Citi Field in New York.
Here's what happened Saturday, in case you missed it....
Pete Alonso launched his 53rd home run of the season to break Aaron Judge's rookie record for homers in a season. >> Read more
Alonso received a standing ovation following the homer, and called the moment "pure magic" >> Read more
He's also ready to take Judge up on his offer for dinner >> Read more
Elsewhere, Hyun-Jin Ryu endorsed Jacob deGrom as this year's NL Cy Young Award winner >> Read more
Off the field, John Harper explains why deGrom is just as great off the field as he is on it >> Read more
As far as the game went, Steven Matz was masterful, allowing just two hits over six shutout innings >> Read more
Rajai Davis wants to play again in 2020, whether with the Mets or otherwise >> Read more
Seth Lugo is keeping an open mind as to whether he'll pitch as a starter or reliever moving forward >> Read more
Learn more about pitcher Tommy Wilson in the latest Prospect Q&A >> Read more
Check out Saturday's back pages from Alonso tying Judge's rookie homer record >> Read more