What were the odds of Mets doing that to Jansen, Dodgers?

How unlikely was it that the New York Mets did what they did to the Los Angeles Dodgers in the ninth inning on Friday night?

Consider the manner in which they eked out the second and game-deciding run against Kenley Jansen.

Slumping slugger Lucas Duda fell behind Jansen 0-2 and hit a bloop double down the left-field line.

Second baseman Wilmer Flores fell behind Jansen 0-2 and lined a hit to advance Duda to third base.

Rookie catcher Kevin Plawecki also fell behind Jansen 0-2, but delivered a fly ball deep enough to score Duda.

The Mets came through in three consecutive 0-2 counts against the Dodgers closer.

Before Friday, Jansen had gotten ahead of 20 hitters 0-2 this season.

He struck out 17 of them but somehow couldn't induce a whiff from any of the three hitters.

Pair that with the fact that rookie Noah Syndergaard (who brought a road ERA over 6.00 into the game) matched reigning MVP Clayton Kershaw (who entered 5-0 against the Mets) pitch-for-pitch through six innings and there seems to be only one word that's a good fit to describe this win.