Morning Briefing: Mets Look To Rebound In Los Angeles

Good Morning Mets Fans. The New York Mets (31-38) continue their series with the Los Angeles Dodgers (45-26)  tonight as they send Robert Gsellman (5-4, 5.50 ERA) to the mound. The Dodgers will counter with Brandon McCarthy (5-3, 3.14 ERA).

Today’s game is scheduled to begin at 10:10 PM ET and can be seen on SNY as well as heard on 710 WOR.


Zack Wheeler had another rough start Monday night, allowing seven runs on eight hits in just two innings pitched. With another bad loss, Kevin Kernan of the NY Post writes on the Mets being delusional if they still think this is the path to the playoffs.

Gavin Cecchini hit his first big league homer last night against Clayton Kershaw of all people. Read more from Marc Carig in Newsday.


Chelsea Janes of the Washington Post gives an injury update on Jayson Werth who is still limited on baseball activities.

Corey Seidman of CSN Philly writes on the development of Phillies prospect, Nick Williams.

Marlins manager, Don Mattingly will be on the NL coaching staff for this year’s All-Star game. Read more from Tim Healey in the Sun Sentinel.

Gabriel Burns of reports on the chemistry between Dansby Swanson and Brandon Phillips.


Logan Barer takes a look at Jacob deGrom‘s big week that helped him earn NL Player of the Week honors.


On this day in 1983, Keith Hernandez made his Shea Stadium debut where he went 4-for-8 in a doubleheader while hitting a home run.

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