The Mets (37-48, 11 GB in NL East, 6.5 GB of second Wild Card) return to Citi Field on Friday at 7:1 p.m. on SNY to host the division-leading Atlanta Braves as they try to bounce back from a four game sweep by the Phillies.
Here's what happened on Thursday in case you missed it...
The bullpen blew it again, this time it was Edwin Diaz who entered the ninth inning with a 3-1 lead but allowed a two-run home run to Maikel Franco and three-run walk-off home run to Jean Segura as the Mets were dealt a four-game sweep by the Phillies. >> Read more
Mets manager Mickey Callaway struggled to find the words to describe the feeling after Thursday's 6-3 walk-off loss to the Phillies, which dropped the Mets to a season-low eight games under .500. >> Read More
As the Mets continue to falter and the July 31 trade deadline approaching, SNY's Andy Martino writes that it is more and more likely that RHP Zack Wheeler will be dealt. >> Read More
Wheeler, who allowed one run over six innings on Thursday, also broke up a Aaron Nola's no-hitter in the sixth inning. >> WATCH
An anonymous Mets front office official reportedly expressed anger over LHP Jason Vargas' role in Sunday's altercation with a reporter in the clubhouse and suggested the southpaw's days as a Met could nearing an end. >> Read More
SNY's Joe DeMayo gives his latest prospect deep dive on infielder Andrew Gimenez. >> Read More
The Mets changed the address of Citi Field to 41 Seaver Way and unveiled the design for a Tom Seaver statue outside the ballpark. >> Read More