The Mets (70-68, 5.0 GB of second Wild Card) wrap up their three-game series against the Nationals in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday at 1:05 p.m.
Here's what happened on Tuesday, in case you missed it...
For the first time in franchise history, the Mets blew a ninth-inning lead of six runs or more. Entering the bottom of the ninth leading 10-4, Paul Sewald lit the game on fire and Edwin Diaz couldn't put it out as New York lost, 11-10 >> Read more
Brandon Nimmo, Jeff McNeil, and the rest of the Mets reacted after the crushing loss, with Nimmo still in disbelief >> Read more
On the latest Shea Anything Podcast, Adam Fisher and Doug Williams talked about changes on the roster and upstairs. Click below to listen...
Robinson Cano was activated from the IL before Tuesday's game, though he wasn't in the lineup >> Read more
With Cano back, how should the Mets draw up the lineup most days? Here are some scenarios >> Read more
Jacob deGrom or Max Scherzer? 10 writers weighed in on who would get their Cy Young vote >> Read more
Here's how the Mets fixed Amed Rosario's defense >> Read more
After shaking up their scouting department, the Mets have named Bryn Alderson their new professional scouting director >> Read more
No matter how the season ends, Brodie Van Wagenen's call to go for it at the trade deadline was the right one >> Read more