The Mets are down three games to one in the World Series. They're in a tough spot, but their pitching staff means they're not totally out of it.
The Mets can get even in the Series with a victory, the Royals can take a commanding lead and bring themselves to the verge of a championship if they win. It's the always underrated Game 4, next!
Mets cut Royals' World Series lead to 2-1 with impressive victory at Citi Field. What do you need to know about it?
David Wright drives in four runs to get the Mets back in the World series.
Mets right fielder Curtis Granderson continues to come up huge for the Mets in October. He scored three runs and had the go-ahead two-run home run in Game 3.
The start of Game 3 was a little rough for Noah Syndergaard. He settled down after the third inning and gave the Mets the solid performance they needed to get their first win of the World Series.
In the first inning of Game 3 in New York, David Wright hit a two-run homer to put the Mets up 2-1 over the Royals
Rookie Michael Conforto plays left, and Juan Lagares is back on the bench with Yordano Ventura pitching for Kansas City. The Royals, who are benching Kendrys Morales because there's no DH at Citi Field, are otherwise the same as Games 1 and 2.
Game 3 of the 2015 World Series goes down Friday night at Citi Field in New York. Here are the details.
The Mets and Royals have announced their rosters for the 2015 World Series. Here are the 25 players each team will use in the series.

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