The Mets are down 2-0 and desperately need to take Game 3 to make this a series. It's been a while since we've seen a team come from 2-0 down to win the World Series, but when it happens, a New York team tends to be involved.
Most recently, the Yankees did it to the Braves in 1996. Before that the Mets did it to the Red Sox in 1986, and the Yankees had it done to them at the hands of the Dodgers in 1981. In fact, if you go back through history, eight of the 11 World Series that saw a team come back from a 2-0 deficit involved a New York team, and one of the three that didn't involved the 1985 Royals. Perhaps we're due.
|KANSAS CITY ROYALS||NEW YORK METS|
|Alcides Escobar - SS||Curtis Granderson - RF|
|Ben Zobrist - 2B||David Wright - 3B|
|Lorenzo Cain - CF||Daniel Murphy - 2B|
|Eric Hosmer - 1B||Yoenis Cespedes - CF|
|Mike Moustakas - 3B||Lucas Duda - 1B|
|Salvador Perez - C||Travis d'Arnaud - C|
|Alex Gordon - LF||Michael Conforto - LF|
|Alex Rios - RF||Wilmer Flores - SS|
|Yordano Ventura - RHP||Noah Syndergaard - RHP|