The Mets finally went quiet on Saturday night.
After more than a week of nothing but comebacks, clutch pitching and wins, the Mets didn’t have any of that and fell to the Brewers 5-1 before 40,965 at Citi Field. The defeat ended a nine-game winning streak that had propelled the Mets to a franchise-best 11-1 start. New York still has the best record in the National League.
Matt Harvey surrendered too much of the long ball, a three-run homer by Jonathan Villar in the second and a solo shot by Jett Bandy in the fourth. He allowed the four runs over five innings on eight hits and a walk while striking out six.
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