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  • Washington Nationals vs. New York Mets = 09/02 - 09/04



    Monday, 2nd September,
    1:05 PM EDT
    Nationals Park





    Noah Syndergaard, RH (9-7, 4.14, 161 Ks) - New York Mets


    Joe Ross, RH (3-3, 5.36, 41 Ks) - Washington Nationals


    METS: After Syndergaard allowed a career-high 10 runs in his last outing, he said he hadn’t felt comfortable even while reeling off eight consecutive quality starts before that. Syndergaard is 1-1 with a 3.33 ERA in four starts against the Nats this year.

    NATIONALS: This will be Ross’ first start in more than a week and it comes against a team he has become familiar with this year. He has made four appearances against New York (this will be his first start) and posted a 10.80 ERA in 3 1/3 innings.


    BOXSCORE





    Tuesday, 3rd September,
    7:05 PM EDT
    Nationals Park





    Jacob deGrom, RH (8-8, 2.66, 214 Ks) - New York Mets


    Max Scherzer, RH (9-5, 2.46, 200 Ks) - Washington Nationals


    METS: This is as marquee a matchup as it gets: deGrom vs. Max Scherzer in a battle of NL Cy Young front-runners. The Mets' ace took a tough loss to the Cubs last time out, but deGrom has allowed only one earned run in three starts vs. the Nats this year.

    NATIONALS: The Nats are giving Scherzer an extra day of rest between starts to help with the strengthening and recovery of his back. This will be his third start since returning from the injured list and he is still expected to be somewhat limited on the mound.


    BOXSCORE





    Wednesday, 4th September,
    1:05 PM EDT
    Nationals Park





    Zack Wheeler, RH (9-7, 4.41, 160 Ks) - New York Mets


    Aníbal Sánchez, RH (8-6, 3.80, 116 Ks) - Washington Nationals


    METS: The Nationals have had Wheeler's number this year -- he's 0-2 with a 7.94 ERA in four starts against them. But the Mets will need a big game from the right-hander in the finale of a critical series against these division rivals.

    NATIONALS: Sanchez will be making his third start this season against the Mets. In his first two outings, one of which was interrupted due to injury, he has given up three runs in 6 1/3 innings (4.26 ERA) with five strikeouts and two walks.


    BOXSCORE





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