After the pair teamed up to produce all four runs in a 4-2 win over the Arizona Diamondbacks on Saturday, Lindor interrupted McNeil's press conference to hug him.
"It's been fantastic playing with him," McNeil said of Lindor, according to MLB.com's Anthony DiComo. "I hope to do so for a long time. He's going to be here for a while, so hopefully I can do the same and we can have a great up-the-middle combo for years to come."
On Friday, Mets players and coaches were seen rushing toward the tunnel when they witnessed a dispute between Lindor and McNeil. The pair had a communication breakdown on a play earlier in the game.
Lindor and McNeil attempted to cover up the incident by creating a story involving a rat and raccoon, which led to Mets general manager Zack Scott getting involved.
Before Saturday's game, Scott said he wished the two owned up to whatever happened instead of making up a story.
Despite the drama, the Mets have won both games of the weekend series against the Diamondbacks and will attempt to secure their fifth straight victory on Sunday.
"Everything that happens here is just an opportunity for us to get better," Mets manager Luis Rojas said. "The disagreements and the agreements that we have as a family, it's going to make us a better family. It's going to make us a better team. Both of them did special things tonight."