After Tuesday’s loss to the Cardinals, the New York Mets have dropped three straight to fall to 23-36, 13 games out of the lead in the NL East and 12 games out of the wild-card picture. They now own the second-worst record in the National League, ahead of only Miami.
With Matt Harvey’s strong start and David Wright again having an All-Star year, this leaves Mets fans scratching their heads. Here are five things wrong with the Mets this season.
Most stats courtesy of ESPN.com and current as of 4 p.m. ET, June 12.