Stop me if you’ve heard this before but the Mets had a chance to complete a sweep on Sunday but came out on the wrong end of a 13-4 blowout against the Rockies. The Mets have not had a home sweep all season.
- Steven Matz came out and for the second straight game he got kicked around by the other team. He became the first pitcher in Mets history to give up nine hits in one inning and he left the game with the Mets trailing by seven.
- The Mets relievers did not provide much relief, outside of Erik Goeddel, who retired all six batters he faced. Fernando Salas, Chasen Bradford and Neil Ramirez each gave up two runs. Bradford took the lead with the worst ERA among pitchers with at least four games with a 7.50 mark. Neil Ramirez temporarily leapfrogged him but came out for a second inning and with a scoreless frame now has a 7.34 mark.
- Lucas Duda and Asdrubal Cabrera homered in a losing effort for the Mets.li>