NEW YORK - The New York Mets are looking to clinch a spot in the National League Championship Series with a win in Game 4 Tuesday night against the Los Angeles Dodgers.
After falling behind 3-0 early in Game 3 on Monday, the Mets rallied with a record-setting 13 runs in their win. The tally included home runs by Yoenis Cespedes and Travis d'Arnaud, and five RBIs from Curtis Granderson.
It marked the most runs any Mets team has scored in the franchise's postseason history.
Tonight, the Mets have a chance to close out the Dodgers and win their first playoff series since 2006.