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Mets swept by Dodgers, fall to MLB-worst 10-25 since April 21

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  • Kyle Evans 

Another day, another loss for the New York Mets as they were swept by the Los Angeles Dodgers after falling 10-3 on Wednesday evening at Citi Field.

New York is 22-33 on the season and are 10-25 over their last 35 games since April 21, the worst record in Major League Baseball.


The Mets fell behind 3-0 and tied the game at three in the fifth on Tomás Nido’s third home run of the season and J.D. Martínez’s RBI double, but the Dodgers scored seven runs in the last two innings against Adam Ottavino, Jorge López, and Josh Walker.

López was ejected in the eighth after giving up a two-run homer to Shohei Ohtani.

David Peterson allowed three runs (two earned) over five innings in his season debut.

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The Mets will continue their homestand on Thursday when they open a four-game series with the Arizona Diamondbacks. The first pitch is scheduled for 7:10 p.m.