The Mets (26-26, 4.5 GB in the NL East) took two out of three from the Detroit Tigers and have now won six of their last seven games to pull back to .500 as they begin a seven-game West Coast road trip beginning Monday against the NL West-leading Los Angeles Dodgers at 8 p.m. ET on SNY.
Here's what went down on Sunday, in case you missed it:
Adeiny Hecchavarria proved to be the difference-maker on Sunday as his three-run home run in a four-run fourth inning led the Mets to a 4-3 win over the Tigers.
Zack Wheeler pitched brilliantly for the Mets on Sunday, going 7.1 innings and retiring 13 consecutive batters at one point. Jeurys Familia and Edwin Diaz finished the game as the Mets pitchers stepped up in a big way in Sunday's win.
The Mets' win over the Tigers completed their best homestand this season, winning six of the seven games, including a four-game sweep of division rival Washington Nationals. Manager Mickey Callaway tipped his hat to GM Brodie Van Wagenen and the front office for keeping everyone motivated.
Former Mets pitcher David Cone sat down with SNY's John Harper to discuss the 1988 Mets season and what could have been. He also breaks down the 2019 team.
John Oliver, comedian and host of HBO's "Last Week Tonight," attended the Sunday's Mets game and explained why he chose Mets fandom over the Yankees when he moved to the United States from England in 2006.
If you are curious on how some former Mets are doing this season, check in on Matt Harvey, Wilmer Flores, Jarred Kelenic and more here.