Game Five. The first decisive Game Five in Mets history. The Mets won and advanced to the National League Championship Series.
The Mets won the game 3-2 and the Mets won the series 3-2. Now that's symmetry.
What a night. After getting a 1-0 lead, deGrom gave up four straight hits and two runs in the first inning. He struggled through several innings, but proved he was the ace of this team. He kept the Dodgers from adding on.
Noah Syndergaard didn't give up any hits in the seventh. Then it was up to Jeruys Familia: six outs.
On the offense, it was all Daniel Murphy. He hit a RBI double in the first. His steal of third base in the fourth tied the game. Murphy's solo homer in the sixth sealed the deal.
Bring on the Cubs.