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Morning Briefing: Thor takes the hill for the third time

Good morning Mets fans!

Jacob deGrom & # 39; s series of consecutive quality matches finished at 26. deGrom lasted only four innings and allowed six runs Tuesday evening at Citi Field. Michael Conforto, Pete Alonso, is Brandon Nimmo ran home slugged in the door opener of the series.

Tonight, the Mets end their series of two games against the twins. Left-handed pitcher Noah Syndergaard faces out against the right hand pitcher Jake Odorizzi. The first launch is scheduled for 7:10 pm in New York and the game will be broadcast on SNY.

Latest Mets news

Anthony DiComo of MLB.com announces that he is working on a book with the former Met David Wright be released in the autumn of 2020. Captain I will describe in detail Wright's career with the Mets.

Bob Nightengale's USA Today reports that former Mets player of the outfield area Lenny Dykstra is sued ex-teammate Ron Darling on the statements in Darling's book, 108 points: loose threads, yarn tears and frowning characters of my time in the game.

Mike Puma of the New York Post writes about Luis Rojas, a 37-year-old quality control coach and a rising star in the ranks of Mets coach.

Latest MLB news

The first baseman of Orioles Chris Davis went 0-for-5 with 2 strikeouts against Oakland on Monday, bringing his hitless series to 49 at-bats, the longest streak for a position player in MLB history.

Darren Rovell of Action Network tweets that the Houston Astros are facing a cause of over $ 1 million from a fan who broke his finger in a home game. The team's mascot fired a cannon from the shirt that broke the fan's finger.

Zack Meisel of L & # 39; Athletic reports that the Indians are starting to launch Mike Clevinger it will take 6-8 weeks before resuming baseball activities. Clevinger is marginalized by muscle fatigue in the upper back.

Mark Feinsand of MLB.com details the punishments handed down after the brawl of the Pirates Reds. Chris Archer is suspended for five games. Yasiel Puig received a suspension of two games. Reds Manager David Bell a game was suspended.

Evan Grant of the Dallas Morning News he notes Asdrubale Cabrera Tuesday night he did not start against Arizona because he traveled to Miami to swear on Monday as a US citizen.

Latest news NL East

Todd Zolecki's MLB.com he writes that Phillies' defense has improved after putting less emphasis on the turn.

Jamal Collier's MLB.com writes about Trevor Rosenthal & # 39; s fight off the bullpen. Rosenthal appeared in four games and gave up with seven runs earned without registering an out this season.

Mark Bowman of MLB.com he writes that depth in the initial rotation is a force for the Atlanta Braves.

Latest MMO news

Jacob Resnick writes about Dilson Herrera & # 39; s strong start to season for Triple-A Syracuse.

Teddy Klein summarizes the action of the minor league on Monday.

Brian Greenzang names Jacob deGrom and Michael Conforto as players of the week.

John Sheridan publishes the debut edition of the weekly video update, with clips from Tim Tebow, Anthony Kay, Tony Dibrell, is Ronny Mauricio.

Christopher Soto premieres the current series against the twins.

Sam Brown writes that infiere Todd Frazier Tuesday night we will play both for the interbase and for the third base for the St. Lucie Mets.

This day in the history of the Mets

1969: Outfielder Tommie Agee launches the longest home race in the seven-year history of the Shea stadium, raising a field on the upper deck in the left field.



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