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Yet another extra-inning game was fine by the New York Mets, provided they won.
The Phillies offense had no answer for the Mets pitching. And Philadelphia's defense wasn't stellar, either.
Mets general manager Sandy Alderson had to hear the booing at Citi Field throughout a miserable homestand.
Zack Wheeler spotted Mets manager Terry Collins coming from the dugout and turned his back. Reluctantly, after throwing 118 pitches on a rainy afternoon, he handed over the ball and left the mound.
The Mets got 13 hits and another encouraging outing from rookie Jacob deGrom. That still wasn't enough to overcome the homer-happy Dodgers.
Rafael Montero arrived in the majors with a reputation for fine control.
One costly error and another spotty start from Zack Wheeler cost the New York Mets a chance to win a series for the first time this month.
New York Mets manager Terry Collins is tired of talking about Juan Lagares' playing time.
Not even the New York Mets' stopper could bail out a suddenly stagnant offense.