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67-60, 3rd in NL East

Syndergaard, Mets sweep Indians 2-0 for 5th win in row

Noah Syndergaard retired the first 16 hitters and allowed two hits over six dominant innings before a heavy storm interrupted him, and the New York Mets beat the Cleveland Indians 2-0 Thursday night in a rain-shortened game for their fifth straight win.

Davis looks like Willie Mays with a terrific catch in left (0:31)
Clippard, Puig throw ball all over field on routine plays (0:39)
Syndergaard near perfect throwing six scoreless (0:39)

BBTN: Mets, Mookie, Numbers Game

Buster talks with Keith Law about the Mets' road to the postseason, the Dodgers' player development system and Lucas Giolito's growth (15:17). Then, Sarah Langs and "The Numbers Game" (35:23) and Alex Speier, author of "Homegrown," discusses the Red Sox's offseason plans and Mookie Betts' rise through the system (39:58).

J.D. Davis rips walk-off hit in 10th (0:32)
Indians can't turn two to finish off Mets (0:28)

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

The Mets pull out a huge comeback in the bottom of the 10th, rallying for two runs after Carlos Santana had homered in the top of the inning. The big play: The Indians fail to turn a double play when nobody covers first on a potential game-ending play. Mets get their fifth walk-off win and Brad Hand has suddenly blown three saves in his last four appearances.

Which 2019 MLB rookie has impressed the most? (1:15)
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Mets' Stroman exits with tightness in hamstring

Marcus Stroman, who has gone 3-0 for the Mets since being acquired at the trade deadline, left his start Wednesday against the Indians with left hamstring tightness.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Mets announce that starter Marcus Stroman left the game (after 4 innings) with left hamstring tightness.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Good job by Justin Wilson to come on with two on and one out in the seventh and strike out Francisco Lindor (three cutters) and Oscar Mercado (nice 1-2 slider). Since coming off the IL on July 2, Wilson has allowed two runs in 16 innings.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

The Indians give the Mets an extra out in the sixth when Oscar Mercado drops a routine fly ball in shallow left field and Michael Conforto makes them pay when he slams a 1-2 slider with two outs into right-center for a two-run homer and 4-2 lead. Bieber has pitched an almost great game, but he hung one slider to J.D. Davis and Conforto went down and golfed this one over the fence.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Who would have thought the Mets' key offseason acquisition would be J.D. Davis and not Edwin Diaz or Robinson Cano or Jed Lowrie? He belts a 447-foot home run to center field off Shane Bieber to give the Mets a 2-1 lead.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

The Mets have a difficult schedule the rest of the way -- starting tonight against Cleveland, their next eight series are against teams .500 or better -- but at least 26 of their final 38 games at home, where they're 34-21 (compared to 30-39 on the road).

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Mets' Gsellman has partially torn lat muscle

Mets reliever Robert Gsellman has a partially torn lat muscle that puts the rest of his season in jeopardy, a significant blow to New York's improved bullpen as the team chases a playoff spot.

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Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.25811th
On Base Percentage.32812th
Slugging Percentage.43814th
Earned Run Average4.3310th
Quality Starts646th