Though the red-hot Jacob deGrom threw yet another gem, the Mets bats ran rampant in their 14-2 win over the Rockies Friday.
The All-Star break must have had the Mets anxious to hit as they put up 19 hits on the board, including three doubles and two home runs.
The Mets' only All-Star, Michael Conforto, lead the team in RBIs with four after launching a three-run, opposite field homer for his 15th of the year. He finished the night 2-for-4 with two walks as well.
Middle infielders, 2B Asdrubel Cabrera and SS Jose Reyes, may be looking at the second half as a fresh start as their bats were alive as well. Cabrera notched three RBI going 2-for-5 while Reyes went 3-for-5 with a double, RBI, and three runs scored.
T.J. Rivera, who is having a great season, got his average over .300 after going 2-for-5 with a solo homer in the fourth inning, double, and three RBI. Lucas Duda recorded two hits as well.