Found August 08, 2013 on MetsMinor.net:
As of 9:00am EST today, here are today’s Mets minor league starting pitchers: Oklahoma City Red Hawks @ Las Vegas 51s, 10:05pm EST Asher Wojciechowski (7-4, 2.81 ERA) vs. Jacob deGrom (3-2, 4.53 ERA) PCL League Scoreboard deGrom is experiencing his first real rough patch since getting promoted to Triple-A. He earned his second loss with the 51s during his last start, which came on August 2nd at Nashville. He allowed four runs on nine hits, two walks, and four strikeouts in six innings pitched. Over his last two starts (8.2 IP), deGrom has walked six hitters, allowing 17 hits and nine earned runs. He’ll be looking for his first home win tonight in his third try. Altoona Curve @ Binghamton Mets, 6:35pm EST David Bromberg (5-8, 3.71 ERA) vs. Darin Gorski (3-1, 2.08 ERA) EAS League Scoreboard Gorski continues to pitch well for the B-Mets. His last start came on July 31st against Altoona. Although he came out with the no decision, he allowed one run (no earned) on four hits, one walk, ...
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