The big news for Mets is that this year came yesterday – Steve Cohen has confirmed the purchase of Mets. It’s easy to forget about tonight’s Mets match when trying to dream of all the players Mets may be coming up with and when the deal will be approved. A game that follows a disappointing weekend in fake buffalo.
If Mets intends to make a playoff run, it is now or never. Mets will start the final match of the season against Philly of Philly tonight. It takes a lot of sweeping to get back into the fight.
- Brandon Nimmo – CF
- Michael Comfort – RF
- JD Davis 3 billion
- Dominic Smith -Billion
- Robinson Cano -2000000000
- Pete Alonso -DH
- Jeff McNeil – LF
- Andres Jimenez – SS
- Wilson Ramos – C
- Andrew McCutchen -DH
- Bryce Harper – RF
- Alec Baume -Billion
- Gregory learned – SS
- Jean Segura 3 billion
- Scott Kingley -2000000000
- Andrew Knapp – C
- Kyle Garlick – LF
- Roman quin – CF
In the case of Mets, the game is Rick Porcello Tonight he will make his tenth start of the season. With 43.0 innings he has 6.07 ERA, 2.91 FIP, 1.558 WHIP, 71 ERA +. He had a rough start against the Orioles, allowing 10 hits to 5 runs in 4.0 innings and raising the ERA from 5.54 to 6.07. He made two starts against the Phillies this year. It was terrible at first – he allowed Philly’s 10 hits to 4 runs over 6.0 innings. The next was fine-he allowed 6.0 innings 2 runs and 3 hits in the Queens-but Mets also lost the game. Phillies has the following numbers for Porcello:
- Rhys Hoskins 5-14, 2B, 2 HR, 2 K
- Alec Baume 2-5, 2b
- Jean Segura 5-18, 3B, HR, BB, 6 K
- Philip Gosselin 1-3, BB, K
- Andrew McCutchen 3-14, HR, 2 BB, 5 K
- Bryce Harper 3-14, HR, BB, 5 K
- JT Real Mut 4-14, 2B, BB, K
Mets bats try to find their own 18-1 winner version. Jake Arrieta This year, we have recorded 5.54 ERA, 4.59 FIP, 1.487 WHIP, 84 ERA + with 39.0 innings in 3-4 over 8 games. He’s out of a good start, allowing the Marlins three runs from five hits to over 5.2 innings. One of his best starts of the year was the start before the match against Mets, allowing two runs from seven hits, walks and seven strikes to over 7.0 innings. Mets has the following numbers for Jake:
- Dominic Smith 2-5, HR, 2 BB, 2 K
- Andres Jimenez 2-3
- Jeff McNeil 13-23, HR, K
- Michael Comfort 6-22, 2B, 2 HR, 4 BB, 7 K
- Todd Frazier 9-31, 2B, 2 HR, 10 K
- Brandon Nimmo 4-13, 2B, 2 BB, 4 K
- Wilson Ramos 5-16, 2 BB, 2 K
- Pete Alonso 5-16 – 2 K
- Amedro Rosary 3-15, HR, K
New York recorded .317 (39-123) at RISP this month. This is the 4th best in majors and the 3rd best in NL.
Mets hit .315 / .370 / .544 in 12 games this month with 33 doubles, 23 home runs and .914 OPS. The team led the major with an average of .315, second with 85 runs, .370 OBP and .544 SLG, and tied third with 23 home runs this month.
Mets are 6-13 against left-handed starters and 15-13 against right-handed starters this season.
Let’s go to Mets!