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7hIan O'Connor

O'Connor: Mets good enough to win it all

The Mets didn't retaliate for Chase Utley's hard slide; they simply went out and won Game 3 to make a case that they're not just good enough to win this series, they're good enough to win it all.

David Schoenfield SweetSpot blogger 

Well, that was fun. With all the offense today it was like watching 1999 baseball again. Remember that 23-7 game between the Red Sox and Indians? So now the spotlight will return to Clayton Kershaw, pitching on three days' rest, just like last season when he lost 3-2 to the Cardinals. He's lost five straight postseason starts. No pressure.

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Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

After enduring Adam Wainwright’s curveball to Carlos Beltran, two collapses, then six straight losing seasons, Mets fans had plenty to celebrate during the first postseason game in Queens in nine years. Following pregame introductions that included jeers for Chase Utley and cheers for Ruben Tejada, the Amazin’s blasted the Dodgers, 13-7, on Monday in Game 3 of the NLDS. The Mets took a 2-1 series lead and can advance with a win on Tuesday. The Mets established a franchise postseason scoring record. The previous mark came in a 12-5 NLCS win against the Cardinals on Oct. 15, 2006.


Mets tally 13 runs to grab lead in NLDS

Curtis Granderson drove in five of the Mets' postseason-record 13 runs as they roughed up the Dodgers 13-7 in Game 3, grabbing a 2-1 series advantage. Box score

Mets set postseason record with 13 runs

Curtis Granderson doubled off the wall to up his total to five RBIs -- tying a Mets postseason record -- and giving the New York 13 runs, which is the most the team has ever scored in the postseason and the most the Dodgers have allowed. Follow live


Mets lead by six at the stretch

Adrian Gonzalez put a dent in the Mets' lead with a solo homer to left-center, but Bartolo Colon got out of the inning without any added damage and New York's lead is 10-4. Follow live

Mets break open game in fourth inning

Yoenis Cespedes smashed a three-run homer into the left-field bleachers to give New York a 10-3 advantage over Los Angeles. Nine of New York's 10 runs have come with two outs. Follow live

d'Arnaud adds to Mets' advantage

Travis d'Arnaud lifted a two-out, two-run homer to left for New York's sixth run against Brett Anderson. Matt Harvey is back on the mound to start the fourth with a 6-3 lead. Follow live