Home sweet home.
After an 11-game road trip through four cities, the Mets finally head home to face Atlanta on Tuesday. The Mets finished the road trip at 5-6 after beating the Twins, 6-1, in Minnesota on Monday.
Tuesday's news reports:
• Travis d'Arnaud is staying with the team to be the starting catcher, while Anthony Recker was optioned to Triple-A. D'Arnaud is 0-for-7 in his first three games. Read more in the Post, Star-Ledger and Newsday.
• The Mets will give Matt Harvey an extra day of rest which likely sets up a showdown with fellow All-Star game starter Max Scherzer on Saturday. Carlos Torres will start Friday. Read more in the Daily News, Star-Ledger, The Record and Newsday.
TWEET OF THE DAY:
Great to be back in NY after a long road trip!!
— Dillon Gee (@DillonGee35) August 20, 2013
YOU'RE UP: How would you grade the Mets on the 11-game road trip that just ended?