ATLANTA — The most gruesome portion of the Mets’ schedule got off to an ominous start.
Monday kicked off four games with the second-place Braves, the weekend has four more with the Phillies and their Wild Card aspirations in store, then the Mets will play two charged up games at Yankee Stadium.
Playing under dark, foreboding clouds all night in Atlanta, the Mets were drubbed 13-1. A 55-minute rain delay in the second inning cast a very strange feeling on the game, and fittingly, it ended up being kind of a wash.
The Mets only got six outs from Carlos Carrasco, who was pitching when the tarp came out, then took the mound again to get one more before departing for good. Carrasco was seen grabbing his left side on his way out, and the Mets officially diagnosed it as left side…
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