The Mets (17-20, 4.5 games behind the Phillies in the NL East) squandered numerous scoring opportunities as they lost to the Padres, 3-2, in the final game of a three-game set. They are off on Thursday before opening a three-game series against the Marlins at Citi Field on Friday night.
Here's what went down on Wednesday, in case you missed it:
In the Mets' loss to the Padres, Wilmer Font got the start and filled in admirably, but Pete Alonso was robbed of a go-ahead homer before two other New York rallies were short-circuited >> Read more
After hitting a solo homer, Tomas Nido struck out in two key spots late in the game, with Mickey Callaway failing to pinch-hit for Nido with Wilson Ramos >> Read more
With Jed Lowrie set to return as early as Friday, who will he replace on the roster? We broke down the options >> Read more
David Wright spoke with SNY during the game, explaining his new role with the team >> WATCH
How good is Jeff McNeil at backyard baseball? WATCH
We began counting down the 10 greatest home runs in Citi Field history >> WATCH