• Infielder Wilmer Flores jammed a finger during Sunday's game at Triple-A Las Vegas. There was no immediate word on the severity of the injury for Flores, who is batting .250 with a .652 OPS in 84 at-bats for the 51s. He appeared in one game for the Mets earlier this season, when starting second baseman Daniel Murphy was on paternity leave.
• Outfielder Eric Young Jr. had his National League-leading 20-game streak of reaching base snapped in Sunday's 4-0 win over the Marlins. Young had a chance to extend the streak in the fourth inning, shooting a hard ground ball up the middle with two men in scoring position, but shortstop Adeiny Hechavarria ranged to his left to gobble up the ball, beating Young by a step with his throw.
• Before Jenrry Mejia gave up six runs in Saturday's outing, Mets starters had gone 11 straight games without allowing more than three runs in a game. Giancarlo Stanton's sixth-inning homer also snapped a streak of 11 games without Mets starters allowing a homer.
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