Sunday, September 13, 2020 • 15:07
Sarenfield • Buffalo, NY
Cut • WCBS 880 AM • WQBU 92.7 FM
Sometimes I beat Team 18-1 and lose in the next game 3-2. It’s not ideal, but it happens. And if Mets is aiming for shots in the playoffs, remember that every game is now very important.
That’s where Mets is now. Losing last night did not help their proceedings at all. Mets still has to keep in mind to win every night. They are trying to do it in Buffalo this afternoon.
Jets is also playing Buffalo. 2020 is strange.
- Jeff McNeil -2000000000
- JD Davis -DH
- Michael Comfort – RF
- Todd Frazier 3 billion
- Dominic Smith – LF
- Pete Alonso -Billion
- Amedro Rosary – SS
- Brandon Nimmo – CF
- Robinson Kirinos – C
David Peterson will be in his eighth match tonight.
So far, in 31.2 innings, he has won 4.26 ERA, 4.71 FIP, 1.358 WHIP and 102 ERA +. He comes from the worst start of the season, allowing Phillies to run five in two innings. Mets was the game that eventually lost 9-8 (this was a comeback game, but the Phillies took the lead last). ..
He had never faced Jaze before, but thanks to some deadlines he faced one player – Jonathan Villar – 0-3 against Peterson
Blue Jays lineup
- Caban Vigio 3 billion
- Bo Bichette -DH
- Vladimir Guerrero Junior -Billion
- Randall Grichuk – CF
- Lourdes Gurriel Junior – LF
- Jonathan Villar – 2B
- Jonathan Davis – RF
- Santiago Espinal – SS
- Danny Janssen – C
Mets draws Hyunjin Ryu, one of the Blue Jays’ big off-season wins.
Ryu threw 48.0 innings with 9 starts of 3.19 ERA, 3.55 FIP, 1.146 WHIP and 143 ERA +. He was the second best pitcher in the National League last year. Jacob deGrom And his number was pretty good. In 182.2 innings, Ryu was 2.32 ERA (League Leader), 3.10 FIP, 1.007 WHIP, 179 ERA + (League Leader).
An interesting development for him this season, his BB / 9 jumped from 1.2 to 2.6, leading the league.
Mets has the following numbers for him:
- Brandon Nimmo 2-3, K
- Robinson Cano 1-4, BB
- Jeff McNeil 1-6, 2B
- Pete Alonso 1-6, 2B
- Wilson Ramos 1-4, 2 K
- Amedro Rosary 2-12, 3 K
- Todd Frazier 1-15, 2B, 2 BB, 6 K
- Michael Comfort 1-9, 4K
New York has reached .322 (37-115) at RISP this month. This is the best in NL and the third in majors. The team has 13 doubles, 5 home runs, and .945 OPS by RISP in September. Mets recorded a .217 batting average on the RISP at the end of August, rising to an average .245 batting average on the RISP throughout the season.
Dominic Smith has been batting .419 (13-31) for 7 consecutive games with 4 runs, 5 doubles, 1 homer, 10 RBI and 1.115 OPS over that span.
Andres Jimenez has been batting in .370 (10-27) for 7 consecutive games with 7 runs, 2 doubles, 1 home run, 6 RBIs, 1 walk and .975 OPS.
Let’s go to Mets!