Good Morning, Mets Fans! The Mets have won four in a row and are going for the sweep against the Washington Nationals at 8:08 p.m. on ESPN. Matt Harvey (0-0, 0.00 ERA) will go for New York while Tanner Roark (1-0, 1.29 ERA) will go for Washington.
Yesterday, Steven Matz rebounded from a poor first start and the Mets bullpen was great yet again. They got timely hits from their offense and the team got a 3-2 win on a chilly Washington afternoon.
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Matz was much better on Saturday after a rough first start. He spoke to reporters after the game and said he wants to use it as a “springboard.”
Zack Wheeler went five innings on Friday night in Las Vegas. He gave up one run and struck out six. He threw a first-pitch strike 15/18 times.
Jon Heyman of Fan Rag reports that Dave Eiland got a three-year deal to be the Mets pitching coach. Heyman also adds that Eiland was the Giants first choice for pitching coach, but he opted to come to the Mets.
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99-year-old usher, Phil Coyne, is retiring after 81 years of working with the Pittsburgh Pirates.
The Mariners signed Chris Hermann to a minor league deal.
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Rob Piersall writes about Brandon Nimmo‘s role on the team.
This Day in Mets History
1975: Dave Kingman hits his first home run as a Met.
Gary Carter would have turned 64.