The Mets (52-55, 11.0 GB in NL East, 4.5 GB of second Wild Card) wrap up their three-game series against the White Sox in Chicago on Thursday afternoon at 2:20 on SNY.
Here's what happened on Wednesday, in case you missed it...
A few hours after the Mets stood pat at the trade deadline, Jacob deGrom fired 7.0 dominant innings and the Mets got just enough offense to top the White Sox for their sixth-straight win >> Read More
After the game, Mickey Callaway said Jeff McNeil felt something in his wrist during one of his at-bats but would be fine, and McNeil said he expected to be in the lineup on Thursday >> Read more
In a bit of a surprise, the Mets held on to Zack Wheeler. Here's their trade deadline grade >> Read more
Wheeler was "kind of surprised" he stayed put >> Read more
Brodie Van Wagenen spoke after the deadline passed and had a lot to say. Here are the takeaways >> Read more
Van Wagenen also provided an injury update on Dominic Smith, who will be in a walking boot for the next three weeks >> Read more
What have we learned from the Mets keeping Wheeler, Noah Syndergaard, and Edwin Diaz? Read more
With Wheeler and Syndergaard remaining to form part of an extremely formidable rotation, what does the future hold for them? Read more
Marcus Stroman met up with the Mets in Chicago and spoke about what he expects for the rest of the season >> Read more
Before Wednesday's game -- and before the trade deadline passed -- Pete Alonso gave an impassioned rallying cry >> Read more