Rapid Reaction: Mets 2, Phillies 0

NEW YORK -- Jacob deGrom's 2014 Rookie of the Year campaign certainly does not look like a fluke.

DeGrom ran his scoreless streak to 11 1/3 innings and combined with Carlos Torres, Jerry Blevins and Jeurys Familia on the shutout as the New York Mets won their home opener, 2-0, against the Philadelphia Phillies on Monday afternoon.

The Mets announced the paid crowd at 43,947 -- a Citi Field regular-season record. The All-Star Game in 2013 drew 45,181.

Torres secured deGrom’s scoreless effort. After consecutive one-out singles in the seventh by Cody Asche and Freddy Galvis, deGrom was pulled with his pitch count at 99. Torres entered and coaxed a fielder’s choice groundout from pinch hitter Cesar Hernandez. With runners on the corners, Torres ended the threat by striking out Ben Revere looking.

Blevins, who tossed a perfect eighth, has retired all eight batters he has faced -- all lefties -- since being acquired by the Mets on the eve of the season.

Familia notched his second save since the suspension of Jenrry Mejia.

The game's opening run came in the fourth, when ex-Met Aaron Harang could not cleanly field Juan Lagares' two-out comebacker and Daniel Murphy scored from third base on what became an infield single.

The 1-0 score held until the bottom of the eighth, when a critical error by second baseman Chase Utley gifted the Mets a second run. Murphy's one-out grounder went through Utley's legs, allowing Michael Cuddyer to go from first to third. Travis d'Arnaud followed with a sacrifice fly for an unearned run.

DeGrom limited the Phillies (3-4) to seven hits and one walk in 6 1/3 scoreless innings. He has not been scored upon since surrendering a two-run homer to Washington Nationals first baseman Ryan Zimmerman in the first inning in D.C. last Wednesday.

DeGrom evened his record at 1-1 and sliced his ERA to 1.46.

Opening festivities: The Mets paid tribute to slain NYPD officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos before the home opener. Members of both families tossed ceremonial first pitches.

What’s next: Matt Harvey makes his first home start since Aug. 24, 2013. Harvey opposes Phillies right-hander David Buchanan on Tuesday at 7:10 p.m. ET.