Sunday, September 20, 2020 • 1:10 pm
Citi Field Flushing, New York
Cut • WCBS 880 AM • WQBU 92.7 AM
Before yesterday’s match, it was a pretty dark situation for Mets. They won 15-2. How will they regain momentum for the final push of the game to return to the playoffs?
Well, almost all of baseball on land turned right for Mets, and now they are again 1.5 games from the playoffs. Mets will play 1.5 games, although he will have to win a fair amount of time for the rest of the year to secure the spot. Many opportunities will be opened.
- 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
Rick Porcello makes the start of today’s Mets.
In the season he threw more than 10 49.0 innings, starting with 6.06 ERA, 3.11 FIP, 1.531 WHIP and 71 ERA +. After allowing two average starts, four runs in ten innings, he pitched two pitches, giving nine runs from 16 hits to ten innings.
He made a back-to-back start to open the season against Braves. The first one was terrible – allowing 7 runs and winning 6 runs in 2 innings. His next start was only good by comparing it to his first start.
Braves has the following numbers for Rick:
- Dansby Swanson 2-4, 2B, BB, K
- Travis Darnaud 4-9, HR, BB, SB
- Marcell Ozuna 2-4, 2B
- Freddie Freeman 6-14, 3 BB, 2 K
- Nick Markakis 11-30, 2B, HR, 5 BB, 2 K
- Adam Duvall 1-3
- Ozzie Albies 1-4, 2B, K
- Adany Hechavaria 4-24, 2B, HR, 3 K
- Ronald Akuna Junior1-8, 2B, K
- Ronald Akuna Junior – CF
- Freddie Freeman – 1B
- Marcell Ozuna – DH
- Travis Darno-C
- Adam Duvall – LF
- Ozzie Albies – 2B
- Nick Markakis – RF
- Dansby Swanson – SS
- Austin Riley 3 billion
Mets’ bats are drawing Kyle Wright, the seventh start of the season.
With 25.0 innings this year, he has won 7.2 ERA, 7.12 FIP, 2.080 WHIP and 68 ERA +. In his last two starts he threw 10 innings, winning 15 hits and 4 walks to 9 and 8 runs.
His best start of the year is Mets, who allowed 5 hits and 4 walks but did not allow more than 3.1 innings in terms of allowed runs. He hasn’t allowed anyone else to run 0, 1 or 2 this season.
Mets has the following numbers for him:
- Michael Conforto 2-3, 2B, HR, 3 BB, K
- Brandon Nimmo 2-3, HR, BB, K
- Dominic Smith 3-4, HR, BB
- Jeff McNeil 4-5, 2 2B
- Wilson Ramos 0-1, 2 BB, K
- Robinson Cano 1-5, 2B, K
- Amedro Rosary 1-5, K
- JD Davis 0-2, 2K
- Pete Alonso 0-1, K
Mets leads the major with a batting average of 0.278, an OBP of .355 and a wRC + of 124. The .818 OPS ranks second in the field of study, while the significant average of .463 ranks sixth.
Dominic Smith has basically successfully reached 14 straight games. The batting average is .356 / .397 / .593, with 9 additional base hits and 15 RBIs in that span.
Michael Conforto has been batting .314 (11-35) for 9 consecutive games with 11 runs, 2 home runs, 5 RBIs, 6 walks and .914 OPS over that span.
Let’s go to Mets!