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  • New York Mets vs. Pittsburgh Pirates = 07/26 - 07/28



    Friday, 26th July,
    7:10 PM EDT
    Citi Field





    Dario Agrazal, RH (2-0, 2.25, 12 Ks) - Pittsburgh Pirates


    Zack Wheeler, RH (6-6, 4.69, 130 Ks) - New York Mets


    PIRATES: Agrazal has made four consecutive quality starts entering his sixth Major League appearance. The rookie has continually outperformed his peripherals, allowing only five runs in his last 24 innings despite recording 10 walks and only nine strikeouts.

    METS: The Mets expect Wheeler to come off the injured list Friday, in what could be his final start for the team. Expect plenty of scouts in attendance to take a look at Wheeler, one of the top starters available prior to the July 31 Trade Deadline.

    BOXSCORE





    Saturday, 27th July,
    7:10 PM EDT
    Citi Field





    Trevor Williams, RH (3-3, 4.96, 68 Ks) - Pittsburgh Pirates


    Steven Matz, LH (5-6, 4.75, 86 Ks) - New York Mets


    PIRATES: Williams may be rounding into form after holding the Cardinals to two runs (one earned) on five hits with seven strikeouts in five innings. Williams is back on a normal routine for the first time in a while; he made only three starts from July 1-22.

    METS: The Mets have limited Matz’s workload since reinserting him into their rotation, keeping him to pitch counts of 68 and 88 in his first two starts. They should loosen the reins some more against a Pirates team that Matz has yet to see this season.

    BOXSCORE





    Sunday, 28th July,
    7:10 PM EDT
    Citi Field





    Chris Archer, RH (3-7, 5.40, 112 Ks) - Pittsburgh Pirates


    Jason Vargas, LH (5-5, 3.96, 76 Ks) - New York Mets


    PIRATES: The longball plagued Archer again Tuesday, as three of the four runs he allowed scored on homers in an eventual loss to the Cardinals. Archer has allowed an NL-most 24 homers this year. He has pitched six innings in each of his last three starts.

    METS: Sunday’s outing could be Vargas’ last as a Met. The left-hander remains a prime candidate to move before the July 31 Trade Deadline, even if the Mets receive little more than salary relief in the deal. He has a 4.84 ERA in four starts this month.

    BOXSCORE





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