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  • New York Mets vs. Washington Nationals = 08/09 - 08/11





    Friday, 9th August,
    7:10 PM EDT
    Citi Field





    Stephen Strasburg, RH (14-5, 3.72 ERA, 175 Ks) - Washington Nationals


    Marcus Stroman, RH (6-11, 3.07 ERA, 102 Ks) - New York Mets

    NATIONALS: Strasburg will be aiming to rebound from his worst start of the year after yielding nine runs in 4 2/3 innings against the D-backs on Saturday. He has a 2.75 ERA in three starts against the Mets this season.

    METS: Stroman’s Mets debut was not representative of the ground-ball machine he’s been over six seasons with the Blue Jays. The Long Island native should have plenty of friends and family in attendance when he makes his home debut at Citi Field.
    BOXSCORE





    Saturday, 10th August,
    7:10 PM EDT
    Citi Field





    Patrick Corbin, RH (9-5, 3.43 ERA, 164 Ks) - Washington Nationals


    Noah Syndergaard, RH (8-5, 3.96 ERA, 140 Ks) - New York Mets

    NATIONALS: This will be Corbin’s fifth start of the season against the Mets. Two of the first four have come at Citi Field, where Corbin has given up seven runs in 11 innings (5.73 ERA) in a pair of Nationals losses. ]

    METS: Syndergaard has been a different pitcher since the All-Star break, posting a 1.78 ERA in five starts and pitching at least seven innings in all of them. He’s relied more on his slider, though not to the same extreme as his teammate, Jacob deGrom.
    BOXSCORE





    Sunday, 11th August,
    1:10 PM EDT
    Citi Field





    Anibal Sanchez, RH (7-6, 3.67 ERA, 96 Ks) - Washington Nationals


    Jacob deGrom, RH (7-7, 2.77 ERA, 182 Ks) - New York Mets

    NATIONALS: The Nats shuffled their rotation to ensure Sanchez pitches in this series. In his lone outing against New York, he left with an injury after just 1 1/3 innings on May 16. He came off the IL on May 29 to post a 2.82 ERA in 12 starts.

    METS: deGrom may not be favored to defend his National League Cy Young Award, but he’s right back in the conversation thanks to a 2.08 ERA with 115 strikeouts over his last 14 starts. He’s held opposing hitters to a .591 OPS over that stretch.
    BOXSCORE





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