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Tracking the Mets' winning streak

The Mets have won seven consecutive games for the fourth time this season. A look inside their current streak.

Game 1: Mets 8, Nationals 5

Sept. 7 - The Mets took a 3-0
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Sept. 7 - The Mets took a 3-0 lead over the Washingtion Nationals before starting pitcher Jonathon Niese surrendered five runs in the fourth inning. Mets manager Terry Collins was quick to pull his starter, which allowed a Mets offense led by David Wright's RBI single to rally to beat the Nationals and take a five-game lead in the National League East.

Game 2: Mets 8, Nationals 7

Sept. 8 - Mets starting pitcher Matt Harvey's
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Sept. 8 - Mets starting pitcher Matt Harvey's media firestorm led to one of his worst professional starts. Though he was tagged for seven runs on eight hits in 5 1/3 innings, the Mets scraped back to score six runs in the seventh inning to tie the score before pinch-hitter Kirk Nieuwenhuis launched a go-ahead solo home run off of Nationals closer Jonathan Papelbon in the eighth.

Game 3: Mets 5, Nationals 3

Sept. 9 - The Nationals jumped out to
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Sept. 9 - The Nationals jumped out to a 2-1 lead behind contributions from outfielder Bryce Harper and first baseman Clint Robinson. Nationals starting pitcher Stephen Strasburg was brilliant, striking out 13 until utilityman Kelly Johnson tagged the right-handed pitcher for a solo home run in the eighth inning to tie it. Yoenis Céspedes later that inning launched a go-ahead solo home run off of Nationals relief pitcher Drew Storen to give the Mets a decisive lead.

Game 4: Mets 7, Braves 2

Sept. 10 - Mets starting pitcher Bartolo Colon
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Sept. 10 - Mets starting pitcher Bartolo Colon extended his consecutive scoreless innings streak to 31 before surrendering a run in the sixth. Mets third baseman Juan Uribe contributed three hits and drove in three runs.

Game 5: Mets 5, Braves 1

Sept. 11 - Long Island's Steven Matz allowed
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Sept. 11 - Long Island's Steven Matz allowed eight baserunners in five innings but limited the Atlanta Braves to one run and picked up the win. Yoenis Céspedes contributed a home run to lead the Mets' offensive charge.

Game 6: Mets 6, Braves 4

Sept. 12 - The Mets' bullpen surrendered three
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Sept. 12 - The Mets' bullpen surrendered three runs in the eighth inning before Kelly Johnson hit a go-ahead single in the ninth. In the eighth, Yoenis Céspedes hit his 16th home run since since joining the Mets at the trade deadline.

Game 7: Mets 10, Braves 7

Sept. 13 - The Mets faced a three-run
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Sept. 13 - The Mets faced a three-run deficit with two outs in the ninth inning before Daniel Murphy hit a game-tying three-run homer. The Mets scored three more in the 10th to win their seventh consecutive game.

Game 8: Mets 4, Marlins 3

Sept. 14 - Travis d'Arnaud hit a game-tying
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Sept. 14 - Travis d'Arnaud hit a game-tying two-run home run in the sixth inning before David Wright hit a go-ahead RBI double in the seventh. Yoenis Céspedes hit his 17th home run since the trade deadline and closer Jeurys Familia earned his 41st save.

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