Mazeika's 2nd Walkoff In 4 Games Lifts Mets Over OriolesThe 27-year-old third-string catcher still doesn't have a big league hit, but he's had plenty to celebrate.
DeGrom Leaves In 6th Due To Lat Issue, Mets Topple D-backs For 5th Straight VictoryWinners of five straight, the New York Mets have a big test brewing: Jacob deGrom is getting an MRI.
McNeil, Lindor Team Up As Mets Beat DiamondbacksThe pair attempted to dismiss Friday's dustup by bizarrely claiming they were arguing over an animal spotted in the clubhouse tunnel — Lindor said it was a rat, McNeil’s story was that it was a raccoon or possum.
Lindor's Homer Lifts Mets After Dugout Exchange With McNeilNew York walked off with a victory when designated runner Pete Alonso scored on pinch-hitter Patrick Mazeika's fielder's choice.
Walker Allows 1 Hit In 7 Innings, Mets Walk Past CardsNew York won despite leaving 17 runners on base, tying a team record for a nine-inning game.
Yankee Stadium, Citi Field To Seat Fans In Vaccinated And Unvaccinated Sections, Offer Shots And Free TicketsThe teams are trying to help build on the 58% of eligible New Yorkers who have already received a vaccine shot.
Mets Beat Cardinals For Split After Loss In OpenerNew York went 11 for 50 in the doubleheader and is hitting .238 with a major league-low 84 runs.
Mets Blow Early 3-Run Lead, Fall To CardinalsNolan Arenado and Harrison Bader homered, Adam Wainwright hung tough and the St. Louis Cardinals beat the New York Mets 6-5 Monday night for their fifth straight win.
Replay Comes To Mets' Aid Late In Wild Win Over PhilliesPete Alonso capped New York's six-run eighth inning with a three-run double, and the Mets used a defensive meltdown by Philadelphia and a replay reversal to beat the Phillies 8-7 on Sunday.
Conforto's Homer In 9th Leads Mets Past PhilliesNew York squandered the 4-0 lead but recovered to win for just the fourth time in 12 games — even after center fielder Brandon Nimmo and third baseman J.D. Davis exited with hand injuries.
Phils Top Mets In Bench-Clearing, Trash-Talking OpenerNew York has scored an MLB-low 58 runs, including two or fewer in nine of 20 games this season.