The Mets (27-27, 5.0 GB in the NL East) took the second game of their four-game series against the Dodgers in Los Angeles on the strength of another strong Steven Matz start and a grand slam by Michael Conforto.
Here's what went down on Tuesday, in case you missed it:
In the Mets' win over the Dodgers, Steven Matz allowed two runs in six innings before giving way to the bullpen, which allowed one run over the final three frames >> Read more
After the game, Mets manager Mickey Callaway said of Matz: "Best I've ever seen him" >> Read more
Michael Conforto's seventh-inning grand slam came after he got advice from Robinson Cano, who is apparently Conforto's new hitting coach >> Read more
Dominic Smith has been a key cog for the Mets, but is he in danger of getting traded? WATCH
Here's what the Mets need to focus on before June's Subway Series against the Yankees >> Read more
MetsBlog's Matthew Cerrone took a deep dive into the Mets career of Yoenis Cespedes, and wondered whether it can be salvaged >> Read more