The Mets (23-25, 4.5 GB in the NL East) rallied late to beat the Nationals on Wednesday night at Citi Field as they won their third-straight game. They wrap up their series with the Nats on Thursday at 12:10 PM.
Here's what went down on Tuesday, in case you missed it:
In the Mets' win over the Nats, New York turned a 1-0 eighth-inning deficit into a 6-1 lead in the span of two batters >> Read more
One of the Mets' heroes Wednesday night was Rajai Davis, whose wild Uber ride from Pennsylvania preceded his three-run, pinch-hit homer in the eighth >> Read more
Davis was summoned from Triple-A Syracuse due to Brandon Nimmo being placed on the IL due to a neck injury >> Read more
Nimmo could soon be joined on the IL by Robinson Cano, who left Wednesday's game with a tight quad after hustling down the first base line >> Read more
Meanwhile, Jeff McNeil was out of the lineup Wednesday due to a tight hamstring >> Read more
On the latest Shea Anything podcast, the guys talked about Callaway staying and Yoenis Cespedes' ranch injury. Listen below...
SNY's Andy Martino explained why the Mets spared Callaway >> Read more
With the Mets now treating these May games like the "playoffs," according to manager Mickey Callaway, the Edwin Diaz rules are no longer in effect >> Read more
Also no longer a thing is the team's refusal to play Dominic Smith in the outfield >> Read more
Michael Conforto continued to progress as he works his way back from a concussion >> Read more
The Mets got something back via trade for recently-DFA'd Keon Broxton >> Read more
Scouts talked about Pete Alonso, whose adjustments have the Mets' single-season home run record in sight >> Read more
Utah Jazz star Donovan Mitchell took batting practice at Citi Field before Wednesday's game >> WATCH