It wasn’t good for Mets last night. Matz is back from rotation-implosion-and the game has become ridiculous.
Mets was able to manage some crazy comebacks against teams with weak bullpen like the Phillies, but that wasn’t possible last night.
Mets playoff chances have decreased from about 27% to about 12-13%. Bad nights around just all around for Mets.
- Brandon Nimmo CF
- Michael Comfort RF
- JD Davis 3B
- Dominic Smith 1B
- Robinson Cano 2B
- Pete Alonso DH
- Jeff McNeil LF
- Andres Jimenez SS
- Robinson Kirinos C
- Ronald Akuna Junior CF
- Freddie Freeman 1B
- Marcell Ozuna LF
- Travis Darnaud DH
- Adam Duvall RF
- Ozzie Albies 2B
- Dansby Swanson SS
- Austin Riley 3B
- Tyler Flowers C
So tonight, they play for their survival as all the losses get complicated and the complex road to the playoffs goes.
David Peterson will get off to a Mets start tonight.
So far, over 36.2 innings this season, he has won 4.17 ERA, 4.91 FIP, 1.309 WHIP and 103 ERA +.
His last start was a good step forward in Buffalo, where he allowed the Blue Jays two runs over 5.0 innings.
In terms of both pitches and pitches, his longest start of the season was against Atlanta.
He allowed 5 hits to 3 runs with 87 pitches to 6.0 innings. In that game, Adam Duvall doubled to 2-2 and both Riley and Swanson got hits.
Acuna, Hechavarria, d’Arnaud, Freeman and Ozuna are sums from 0 to 13.
Mets’ bat attracts Ian Anderson. Ian Anderson is very good at the first four major league starts.
Over 22.0 innings, he has 1.64 ERA, 2.97 FIP, 0.909 WHIP, 298 ERA +.
He came from his longest and best outing of the year, throwing seven no-goal innings, nine balls, and 99 balls against the Nationals, allowing one hit and three walks. I will.
This is the first time Mets has played against a rookie.
Let’s go to Mets!
Mets has hit .304 / .369 / .520 in 16 games with 38 doubles, two triples, 28 home runs and .888 OPS this month.
Dominic Smith jumped in 11 games last night, hitting .417 (20-48) in 6 runs, 6 doubles, 1 homer, 14 spans and 1.086 OPS.
Edwin Diaz 2-1 with 4 saves, 1.64 ERA (4 runs / 22.0 innings), 13 walks, 47 strikeouts — Since August 1, Diaz has 0.92 ERA (2 runs / 19.2 innings), 42 I have a strikeout.
The Diaz 47 strikeout is the most major league rescuer, and the 19.23 strikeout per 9 IPs is the highest mark in the majors.
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