Monday, 24th June,
7:05 PM ET
Citizens Bank Park





Steven Matz, LH (5-5, 4.28, 74 Ks) - New York Mets


Zach Eflin, RH (6-7, 2.83, 73 Ks) - Philadelphia Phillies

METS: Matz struggled against the Braves in his last outing, allowing five or more runs for the third time this season. He failed to reach the sixth inning for the first time in his last six outings.

PHILLIES: Eflin has been the Phillies' best and most consistent starter this season. He has allowed four or more runs in just three of 14 starts this season. He has a 2.70 ERA in his last five starts.

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Tuesday, 25th June,
7:05 PM EDT
Citizens Bank Park





Walker Lockett, RH (0-1, 23.14, 2 Ks) - New York Mets


Jake Arrieta, RH (6-6, 4.12, 73 Ks) - Philadelphia Phillies

METS: Lockett didn't fare well in his Mets debut. Starting in place of injured Noah Syndergaard, Lockett allowed six earned runs in just 2 1/3 innings against the Cubs. He'll get an opportunity to redeem himself against the Phillies.

PHILLIES: Arrieta put together back-to-back quality starts for the first time since late May, but he is 3-5 with a 4.95 ERA in his last 11 starts dating to April 22. Opponents have an .820 OPS in that stretch.

BOXSCORE





Wednesday, 26th June,
7:05 PM EDT
Citizens Bank Park





Jason Vargas, LH (3-3, 3.75, 47 Ks) - New York Mets


Nick Pivetta, RH (4-2, 5.54, 45 Ks) - Philadelphia Phillies

METS: Vargas showed no signs of fatigue after leaving his previous start with a left calf cramp. He didn't pitch poorly, but he earned a no-decision against the Cubs his last time out, going 4 2/3 innings and allowing two earned runs.

PHILLIES: Pivetta allowed six runs and two home runs in 5 1/3 innings last week against the Nationals. He is 2-1 with a 3.94 ERA in five starts since rejoining the Phillies' rotation from Triple-A Lehigh Valley at the end of May.

BOXSCORE





Thursday, 27th June,
1:05 PM EDT
Citizens Bank Park





Zack Wheeler, RH (6-5, 4.69, 108 Ks) - New York Mets


Aaron Nola, RH (6-2, 4.55, 100 Ks) - Philadelphia Phillies

METS: After feeling like he has begun throwing the ball better over his last two starts, Wheeler finally saw the results in his seven-inning victory over the Cubs on Saturday. Wheeler allowed just one run while striking out five and walking one in his sixth win of the season.

PHILLIES: Nola allowed one earned run and struck out 10 in eight innings Friday in a loss to the Marlins. Nola has been up and down all season. He has a 5.55 ERA in four starts this month, after posting a 2.50 ERA in seven starts from April 25 through May 29.

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