The Mets dropped the second game of this three game set with the Brewers 11-4 Saturday night in Milwaukee.
Robert Gsellman made the start for the Mets and he struggled again. Gsellman lasted only four innings and allowed six runs, five earned, on nine hits, walked three and struck out three.
Hansel Robles was inserted into the game in a mess, with the bases loaded and no men out. He allowed all four inherited runners to score, and was charged with four earned runs of his own.
Paul Sewald was solid in two innings of work, as he allowed a run on three hits and struck out three.
Rafael Montero tossed a perfect inning in relief, and struck out one.
Kevin Plawecki got the start behind the plate and reached base twice and drove in a pair of runs.
Neil Walker reached base twice as well, including his second home run of the series and his fourth of the season.
T.J. Rivera made another start at third base and reached base again, he is hitting .299 on the year.
The Mets went 1-for-9 with runners in scoring position on the night.
Asdrubal Cabrera left the game in the seventh inning after looking like the thumb on his left hand was in pain yet again.
The Mets look to salvage the series and avoid the sweep as Jacob deGrom takes the mound tomorrow afternoon at 2:10 PM at Miller Park.