Amazin': Mets use Harvey's arm, Duda's bat to clinch NL East title

The New York Mets clinched the NL East title for their first postseason berth since 2006 by beating the Cincinnati Reds 10-2 on Saturday behind Lucas Duda's first career grand slam and another dominant start by Matt Harvey.

Harvey (13-7) was most appropriate to pitch the clincher, the Mets' sixth division crown. He was the NL's starter for the 2013 All-Star game at Citi Field, but needed Tommy John surgery and missed all of last season.

Duda sparked a warmup celebration with his first swing. His first career grand slam in the first inning off left-hander John Lamb (1-4) got thousands of blue-clad NY fans chanting: "Let's go Mets!"

Jeurys Familia fanned Jay Bruce to end it, sending the Mets streaming into a huddle in front of the mound.

The only postseason spot still up for grabs in the National League is the West title.