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  • New York Mets vs. Pittsburgh Pirates = 06/25 - 06/27



    Monday, 25th June,
    7:10 PM EDT
    Citi Field




    Jameson Taillon, RH (4-6, 4.03) - Pittsburgh Pirates


    Seth Lugo, RH (2-2, 2.85) - New York Mets

    PIRATES: Last time out, Taillon allowed three earned runs over five innings in a loss to the Brewers at home. Both of Taillon's career starts vs. the Mets came in his rookie season, when he allowed three runs on eight hits and three walks over 14 innings.

    METS: Subbing for Noah Syndergaard in the Mets’ rotation, Lugo has run into a rough patch, allowing eight earned runs in his last eight innings. The Mets hope a return to sea level will help Lugo, who lasted just three innings last time out in Denver.

    BOXSCORE





    Tuesday, 26th June,
    7:10 PM EDT
    Citi Field




    Chad Kuhl, RH (5-5, 5.56) - Pittsburgh Pirates


    Steven Matz, LH (3-5, 3.68) - New York Mets

    PIRATES: Kuhl struggled through his worst start of the season, and may have been tipping his pitches, as he allowed eight runs while recording only six outs against Arizona on Thursday. Kuhl has posted a 4.08 ERA and 1.29 WHIP in seven road starts this year.

    METS: His last start at Coors Field aside, Matz has been one of the Mets’ best pitchers, posting a 3.10 ERA since the start of May. Matz allowed two runs in five innings in his only previous career start against the Pirates, back in 2016.

    BOXSCORE





    Wednesday, 27th June,
    7:10 PM EDT
    Citi Field




    Ivan Nova, RH (4-5, 3.98) - Pittsburgh Pirates


    Zack Wheeler, RH (2-6, 4.85) - New York Mets

    PIRATES: Nova is coming off one of his best starts of the season when he allowed just three hits while striking out eight over eight scoreless innings against the D-backs. He's strung together back-to-back quality starts for the first time since April.

    METS: Consistently dialing his fastball into the upper 90s, Wheeler has leaned on velocity to strike out 67 batters over his last 64 2/3 innings. He has faced the Pirates just once in his career, allowing three runs in six innings of a start last May.

    BOXSCORE





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