Good morning Mets fans! Ireland’s own P.J. Conlon will start for the Mets tonight against Homer Bailey and the Cincinnati Reds in the first game of a three-game set. The game will start at 7:10 p.m. in Cincinnati and will be aired on SNY.
Yesterday, the Mets were defeated by the Colorado Rockies 3-2, completing their winless six-game homestand. Check out the highlights below:
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The Mets changed their minds and decided that they will place Jacob deGrom on the 10-day disabled list and he will not start tonight. The team has said they want to be “overly cautious” with him, according to Mickey Callaway.
Postgame yesterday, Yoenis Cespedes said his right quad is sore, not his hip. He said he injured it yesterday on a double-play, but that this injury is different than the ones that have plagued him the last few years.
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St. Louis Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina will be out at least a month after undergoing emergency groin surgery yesterday. He took a foul tip off a 100 mph Jordan Hicks fastball in the last place you ever want to get hit by anything.
Latest NL East News
Braves starting pitchers had a 13.14 ERA and allowed 18 runs, as they were swept in a three game set with the San Francisco Giants this weekend.
Nationals RHP Max Scherzer struck out 15 Phillies yesterday in just 6.1 innings, the most strikeouts a pitcher has ever recorded in 19 outs. He struck out the side in the third, fourth and fifth innings and recorded 12 straight outs via strikeouts from the second through the sixth innings..
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Joe D says the whole team is slumping right now, including management.
This Day in Mets History
1991: Darryl Strawberry returns to New York as a Dodger with mixed results, as he smacks a two run home run, but makes the last out of the game with the potential tying and winning runs on base in the 6-5 Mets victory.
2013: Matt Harvey throws nine dominant innings of one-hit ball, and strikes out 12 en route to a no-decision in the team’s 1-0 extra-inning victory over the White Sox at Citi Field. He had a bloody nose that day which didn’t seem to slow him much at all.