John Olerud gave the New York Mets one more miracle in their dramatic season. 'It's a big win for us,' Olerud said. 'We got the lead, lost it late and came back and got the win. We got a couple of runs off [John] Rocker, who we haven't done anything against. We hadn't been able to get enough runs to beat these guys, so it felt good to get the win.' New York, who trail the NLCS 3-1, still need an even bigger miracle. No team have ever come back from a 3-0 deficit in baseball history, but they aren't done yet. They came back from two games back with three to go to force a wild-card play-off, winning that tie-breaker in Cincinnati and, after eliminating Arizona in the division series on Todd Pratt's 10th-inning, no task seems overwhelming. 'It's been a tough road making the play-offs,' Olerud said. 'We battled through tough stretches and battled back. Hopefully, that will be the situation here.' Olerud was 2-for-13 in the series before giving the Mets a 1-0 lead in the sixth inning with a solo homer. Getting a hit off Rocker was another matter. He was 0-for-9 in his career against Rocker and looked helpless in two strikeouts against him in Atlanta. 'I've tried a bunch of different approaches off him and haven't had a whole lot of success,' Olerud said. He did this time. Olerud, a free agent who could have been playing his last game as a Met, made sure his New York career would last at least one more day.