Mets' special feat: a 2-hit shutout vs. Braves

Dillon Gee, D.J. Carrasco, Bobby Parnell and Francisco Rodriguez combined on a two-hit shutout of the Braves on Wednesday.

It marked the fourth shutout in franchise history against the Braves while allowing two hits or fewer, according to ESPN Stats & Information.

The last? Sid Fernandez pitched a two-hitter against Atlanta on July 11, 1986.

It’s the second time in Mets history that they’ve pitched a road shutout, allowing two hits or fewer, against the Braves. The other was a combined two-hit effort on July 14, 1984 by Bruce Berenyi and Tom Gorman.