David Wright, Carlos Beltran, Ike Davis and Jason Bay combined for seven hits on the day, solving Arizona starting pitcher Armando Galarraga and reliever Josh Collmenter.
Stephen Drew had a great game for the D-backs, going 3/4 on the afternoon and picking up two RBI. Gerardo Parra added two hits in a rare start. Chris Young and Miguel Montero both went 0/4 on the game.
The Diamondbacks were never in the game, as the Mets jumped out to a six run lead in the third inning on Pridie's three-run homer. Wright hit two home runs (in the first and fourth innings, respectively).
With the loss, Arizona drops to 8-12 on the season, and a once-promising road trip has turned into a rough stretch for the D-backs. There is no rest for the wary, as they travel back to the Grand Canyon state to take on the Philadelphia Phillies tomorrow night at Chase Field.