The New York Mets had a rough game for the record books on Tuesday night (July 31) in Washington, D.C. The team lost to the Washington Nationals 25-4, the worst defeat in the franchise's 57-year history. (Their previous most lopsided score was a 26-7 loss to the Philadelphia Phillies in 1985.) “A tough loss,” said Mets manager Mickey Callaway after the game. “It’s embarrassing. We gotta do better than that.” Above: Mets third baseman José Bautista looking dejected in only the second inning.Patrick Smith/Getty Images DESPERATE FOR RELIEF Patrick Smith/Getty Images SERIOUS WIN
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