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The Mets roll into San Diego for a four game set after being swept by the Dodgers in rather close fashion. Last night the Dodgers came back, pushed the game into extras and were able to take it in the 12th as the Mets racked up more extra innings this season. Zack Wheeler looks to stop the slide tonight as he takes on Tyson Ross.
Zack Wheeler is 5-2 over 10 games with a 3.63 ERA over 57.0 innings. Wheeler made a good rebound start his last time out posting only 1 ER over 6.1 innings, the time before he allowed 4 ER over 5 innings. Zack was not up with the major league organization earlier this year when the Padres came to New York and he has not faced any specific batters on the Padres’s roster in a major league game before (so no batting stats).
Tyson Ross is 3-5 with a 2.75 ERA making 7 starts and pitching in 26 games overall this season totaling 72.0 innings with 62 strikeouts. He has made a string of four starts recently and he’s been very good in that stretch posting a 1.33 ERA over 27.0 innings. He has never faced the Mets before but two Mets have faced him, and are both 0-1 (Byrd and Young).
Lets Go Mets!
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I have to say, Zack Wheeler might have had a little pitch count trouble tonight, but he found his groove and mowed down the Padres for six spectacular innings of one-run ball in this 4-1 Mets victory. The Mets rotation is really starting to put the MLB on notice. With Wheeler starting to blossom and the Mets Minors housing names such as Rafael Montero, Noah Syndergaard, and Gabriel...
Surrendering only one run and seven hits over six innings, budding stopper Zack Wheeler led the New York Mets to a 4-1 victory against the Padres on Thursday in San Diego. Drafted six overall in 2009 by the San Francisco Giants and then traded to the Mets in 2011, the 23-year-old Wheeler (5-2, 3.43 ERA) has fanned 57 batters over 63 innings since debuting on June 18. Using a curveball...
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I should have known something was afoot when there was a scroll on MLB Network today that noted that Zack Wheeler hadn't had more than five strikeouts in a game since his major league debut, when he had seven. And it would be flowery to say that Zack was motivated by that scroll and made a conscious decision to strike out more batters against the Padres on Thursday. As we all...
Mets try to shake off the disappointment in LA by beating up on the Padres. Game time is 10:10 PM.
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Zack Wheeler’s biggest “flaw” last night might have been trying to strike out too many batters reducing the probability he would be around long enough for the win.
The Mets right-hander could have used one more inning. But who’s to quibble with a one-run performance over six innings that included a career-high 12 strikeouts?
The combo of Wheeler’s dominance and Marlon...
Zack Wheeler is already living up to lofty expectations, though it has only been while pitching on the road.
A visit to Petco Park may keep it that way.
Wheeler will try to capitalize on the punchless San Diego Padres on Thursday night and help the New York Mets end their recent struggles.
One of New York's prized prospects, Wheeler (5-2, 3.63 ERA) is showing flashes of becoming...
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Tyson Ross and Zack Wheeler hooked up in a pretty good pitcher’s duel. Wheeler went 6, allowing 1 run while striking out 12. Ross went seven, allowed one run and stuck out 8. Rene Rivera hit his first ML triple in the third but...
Mets at Padres • 10:10 PM • Petco Park
Zack Wheeler (5-2, 2.63) vs Tyson Ross (3-5, 2.75)
Eric Young, Jr. – LF
Daniel Murphy – 2B
Marlon Byrd – RF
Ike Davis – 1B
Josh Satin – 3B
Juan Lagares – CF
John Buck – C
Omar Quintanilla – SS
Zack Wheeler – RHP
Jeremy Hefner was placed on the 15-day disabled list due to a partially torn...
Apparently, Noah Syndergaard was watching Zack Wheeler‘s start last night and he wanted to one-up him. Well, he didn’t strike out a dozen, but I think we’ll all take ten over five innings. Syndergaard has now strung together three straight outings of five shutout innings while allowing no more than three baserunners in each start.
Take that in for a minute… Noah Syndergaard...
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