The Mets beat the Phillies last night behind a one-hit shutout from Jacob deGrom. The only hit he allowed was a single to the Philadelphia pitcher. He joins Matt Cain (SF) and R.A. Dickey (NYM) as pitchers to throw a one-hit shutout with the lone hit being to the opposing pitcher in the last 10 years.

deGrom has now allowed eights to the opposing pitcher this season, the most in baseball.

To talk about deGrom's performance, the Mets chances in the second half, Michael Conforto's recall, Jose Reyes, the injury situation with the team, as well as what the Yankees should do at the trade deadline, we brought in Kevin Kernan of the New York Post to 'Big Board Sports.'

The Mets entered play today with a 49-42 record and were tired with the Miami Marlins for the second wild-card spot in the National League.

LISTEN HERE as Kevin Kernan joins Rodger Wyland: