The "Josh Collmenter as a starter" train wasn't quite derailed, but it had engine problems coming out of the station. He lasted only 4 innings and allowed 3 runs in that time. Mike Bolsinger had a similarly not-inspiring Major League debut, allowing 2 runs in 3 innings.
The Diamondbacks got on the board first, through a Miguel Montero double that Curtis Granderson had in his glove, but dropped when he hit the wall. (Granderson would later leave the game.) The Mets would follow back with RBI groundouts in the 2nd and 3rd, gave the Mets the lead and then a Lucas Duda single in said 3rd inning, gave the Mets the more lead. They would get two more runs in the 5th in Bolsinger's debut on singles by Granderson and Duda.
The Mets also added two more in the 8th off of Ryan Rowland-Smith on a Daniel Murphy sac-fly and a David Wright single.
Miguel Montero drove in every run for the Diamondbacks this game, so that's nice. They still have yet to win a game on this current homestand, and still have only one home win on the season.