The New York Mets (15-8) fell to the San Francisco Giants (13-13) 6-1 to snap an eight game winning streak. Madison Bumgarner (W, 3-2) tossed six shutout innings to improve to 4-0 in his career against the Mets.
The New York Mets (15-7) will look to record their ninth straight win as they try to sweep the San Francisco Giants (12-13) this afternoon. Noah Syndergaard (2-0, 1.69 ERA) will face off with Madison Bumgarner (2-2, 3.64 ERA) in a dynamic pitching matchup.
The New York Mets got off to a strong start in their defense of the National League pennant, going 15-7 in the month of April. The Mets' offense was a huge key to the strong start, tying a franchise record with 33 home runs in April.
New York Mets' outfielder Michael Conforto has been raking this season, hitting .365 with four homers and 18 RBI's over his first 21 games. Conforto has emerged as a potential super star as his numbers over the first 77 games of his career exceed those put by both Mike Trout and Bryce Harper at the same point in their careers.
The New York Mets (15-7) recorded their eighth straight win by defeating the San Francisco Giants (12-13) 6-5. Michael Conforto played a starring role for the Mets this afternoon, going 3 for 4 with a home run and three RBI's to raise his team leading batting average to .265.
The New York Mets (14-7) will look to record their eighth straight win as they continue their series against the San Francisco Giants (12-12) this afternoon. Last night the Mets scored a franchise record 12 runs in the third inning to rout the Giants 13-1.
David Wright played all nine innings of the New York Mets' blowout win last night. While the decision may seem to be an odd one given Wright's back issues, Mets' skipper Terry Collins told reporters last night that he left Wright in since he was due for a day off today.
The New York Mets (14-7) exploded for 12 runs in the third inning as they pounded the San Francisco Giants (12-12) 13-1. The 12 run third set a Mets' franchise record for most runs scored in a single inning.
The New York Mets (13-7) welcome the San Francisco Giants (12-11) to town to kick off a weekend series at Citi Field. Steven Matz (2-1, 5.40 ERA) will face off with Jake Peavy (1-1, 6.86 ERA) in the pitching matchup.
The New York Mets face a challenging 17 game stretch without a day off beginning tonight against the San Francisco Giants. This period will include matchups against several contenders and an 11 game West Coast swing without an off day before flying to San Diego.