Mets Tweak Starting Rotation Following Rain Out

Following Saturday night’s rain out in Philadelphia, the New York Mets have adjusted their starting rotation.

Jacob deGrom will remain Sunday’s starting pitcher, but Noah Syndergaard, who was supposed to start Saturday will instead start in Tuesday’s series opener at Citi Field against the Toronto Blue Jays. Zack Wheeler will then start Wednesday.

With the off day, Steven Matz, Syndergaard and deGrom could all lineup to pitch next weekend at home when the Mets host the Arizona Diamondbacks.

Left-hander Jason Vargas will likely have his next start skipped.

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