The Mets have are off today before heading to Philadelphia for their final series of the season on Friday.
Last night, the Mets defeated the Atlanta Braves 7-1 in their final home game of the season. Robert Gsellman started for the Mets and pitched six innings while only allowing one run and striking out four batters.
On the offensive side, the Mets only recorded seven hits, but Dominic Smith had a big one as a pinch-hitter in the seventh inning with a three-run shot. Travis d’Arnaud also recorded three RBIs in the game while Jose Reyes was the only player on the team with a multi-hit game.
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This Day in Mets History
1966: The Mets turn a triple-play for only the fourth time in history at this point.
1983: Ron Darling earns his first MLB win against the Pittsburgh Pirates.
2008: The Mets played their final game at Shea Stadium and lose 4-2 to the then Florida Marlins to get eliminated from playoff contention.