ICYMI in Mets Land: Mets can't sweep Braves, Noah Syndergaard solid in first rehab start

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Francisco Lindor leaps over a sliding Freddie Freeman
Francisco Lindor leaps over a sliding Freddie Freeman

The final leg of the Mets' road trip moves on to Miami for a three-game series with the Marlins starting Thursday at 7:10 p.m.

Here's what happened in Mets Land on Wednesday, in case you missed it...

While it was a great showing by the Mets' depth to win the series in Atlanta, a James McCann decision looms over the team. SNY contributor John Harper explains.

Luis Rojas said Pete Alonso will 'probably' receive an MRI on his sore hand that is keeping him out of the lineup.

Rojas also discussed his team's fight on Wednesday night despite the walk-off by the Braves.

Here are the takeaways from the 5-4 loss to Atlanta.

SNY MLB Insider Andy Martino gave some quick facts on the Mets' Triple-A COVID situation and how it could affect the big league squad.

Noah Syndergaard made his return to the mound for the first time in almost two years, tossing four innings for the St. Lucie Mets (Low-A).

Taijuan Walker was placed on the 10-day IL with right side soreness, which Rojas explained why.

Jacob deGrom will be pitching in a rehab start for the St. Lucie Mets on Thursday after throwing a bullpen session on Tuesday that went well. He could return next week in the Rockies series.

The Mets recalled Yennsy Diaz from Triple-A Syracuse on Wednesday.