Game Preview: Rockies vs Mets

Last night was a tough one for the Mets. The Mets were behind most of the game, unable to cash-in on multiple chances with runners in scoring position until the 7th where the Mets scored one run on a wild pitch and then Cespedes hit a go-ahead homer. It wasn’t enough though as Familia’s save streak finally came to an end. The Mets try to pick it up today as the Mets start a four game set with the Rockies, which opens up with a day game for some reason.

Jacob deGrom is 6-5 over 17 starts this season pitching 105.2 innings with a 2.73 ERA. After his best start of the season on the 17th where he held the Phillies to one hit, he allowed 10 hits and 5 ER over 3.2 innings to the Marlins on the 23rd. His one start against the Rockies last year was strong as he allowed no runs and two hits over 7.0 innings and in his one start this year he allowed 3 ER over 6.1 innings in a loss. The Rox have the following numbers against Jacob deGrom:

  • Reynolds 0-12
  • Arenado 1-9, 2B
  • Blackmon 0-8
  • LeMahieu 2-8, 2B
  • Gonzalez 204, 2B, HR
  • Story 0-3

The Mets draw rookie Tyler Anderson in the opener today who is making the 9th start of his career. In his first 8 starts he has tossed 48.0 innings with a 3.56 ERA while posting a 3-3 record. The month of July has been tougher for Tyler. In July he’s tossed 24.1 innings with a 3-1 record but a 4.44 ERA. Anderson has never faced the Mets or anyone on the Mets roster.

Let’s Go Mets!

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