At the beginning of the spring, not much was expected of Dillon Gee. Yet by the end of summer, it could be argued that Gee was a disappointment.
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Mets 6 Phillies 3
Imagine your team losing eight straight, including getting swept in a doubleheader, and you not in the least bit concerned — because your team is two games away from 100 victories on the season? Must be nice.
Mets 7 Braves 5
The Mets succeed in their starring role as spoilers, taking this weekend series from the Braves and simultaneously jumping into a tie with the Nationals for third place in the NL East.
Nationals 3 Mets 2
Four straight losses for the Mets, and suddenly, the Nationals are on the verge of hopping over them in the standings.
Braves 5 Mets 1
The Mets get swept in a doubleheader of games originally blown away by Hurricane Irene.
Nationals 8 Mets 7
It’s been a while since I watched an American League ballgame, so was interesting to watch. And hey, neither team used the DH — and the pitchers provided some offense. (Cue: Mel Allen) How about that?
Mets 5 Marlins 1
The Mets pull off a doubleheader sweep, as Bobby Parnell saves two games in one day. Did anyone notice amphibians falling from the sky or horses running through the outfield? Hey, we’ve also experienced an earthquake and a hurricane so I’m not taking anything for granted …
Mets 7 Padres 3
For the first time in nine years, the Mets won a series in San Diego. It was also their first-ever series win in Petco Park.