It took one day for Mets to forget lessons of team meeting

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It took one day for Mets to forget lessons of team meeting
It took one day for Mets to forget lessons of team meeting

ATLANTA — You can do a lot in 80 days, including go around the world, back when it wasn't as easy to go around the world. Here is what the Mets haven't been able to do and it will be at least 80 days by the time the four-game series in Chicago against the Cubs comes to an end — win a road series. The Mets haven't won a road series since April 1-3 in Miami. That puts the Mets futility into perspective. They once again sealed their roadkill fate Wednesday night, losing 7-2 to the Braves. The game was tied 2-2 going into the bottom of the sixth when Steven Matz surrendered a pop-fly single to Freddie Freeman that fell in front of converted infielder J.D. Davis in left. A frustrated Matz squatted

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