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Friday, September 29 Purchase Tickets Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium | 7:05 PM ET

NYM John Maine, RHP (6-5, 3.64)

Mets (94-65) @ WSH Tony Armas, RHP (9-12, 5.07)

Nationals (71-88)

 

Scouting Report:

Maine picked up the win in the Mets 12-6 victory over the Nationals on Saturday, but the 25-year-old rookie admitted his performance was shaky at best. Maine was relieved after the fifth inning after throwing 110 pitches, 59 for strikes. The 25-year-old rookie, who is trying to gain a role in the starting rotation in the playoffs, walked a season-high five batters -- including two with the bases loaded. For the game, he allowed three hits and four earned runs with five walks in addition to hitting two batters. Maine was effective at times, though, striking out seven batters.

 

Last Sunday, Armas had his second consecutive quality start and won his first game since Aug. 18. Armas pitched six innings and gave up one run on five hits. He struck out four batters and walked none. That lone run was scored in the fifth inning, when Jose Valentin hit a home run over the right-field wall. Known to throw a lot of pitches in a short period of time, Armas was economical on Sunday, throwing 95 pitches, with 64 of them for strikes.

 

 

 

Maine vs the Nats this year: 3 starts, 1-1 W-L, 6.89 ERA (15 2/3 innings, 12 ER)

 

Armas vs the Mets this year: 3 starts, 1-1 W-L, 1.42 ERA (19 innings, 3 ER)

Armas vs the Mets career: 81 IP, 26 ER (2.89 ERA)

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2 in a row for us!!!

 

if we sweep these fucks we go into the playofs with our heads up high...

 

 

btw the Mets are 2 games back from best record in baseball (Yanks)

which would mean home field through out playoffs and WS

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Glavine makes final start before playoffs

NY Mets (95-65) at Washington (71-89) 7:05 pm EDT

 

WASHINGTON (Ticker) -- Tom Glavine will look to continue his strong play as he makes his last start before the playoffs.

 

The veteran lefthander will take the mound for the New York Mets in the second game of the season-ending series against the Washington Nationals on Saturday.

 

Glavine (14-7, 3.94 ERA) has won two of his last three decisions and has been the ace of the staff all season. He will look to redeem himself from his previous start, when he gave up four runs - three earned - and eight hits in six innings of a 7-3 loss to the Nationals last Sunday.

 

He faces rookie Beltran Perez (2-0, 1.50), who has been sensational over his previous two starts. In his last outing against the Mets, he allowed two runs and four hits in 6 1/3 innings of a 7-3 win.

 

John Maine allowed four runs - three earned - and three hits in six innings of a 4-3 victory in the opener on Friday. Shawn Green came off the bench in the eighth inning to hit a bases-loaded sacrifice fly that snapped a tie.

 

Washington has lost two of its last three games by a combined two runs and looks to bounce back with a strong effort for manager Frank Robinson, who will likely not return next season.

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2 in a row for us!!!

 

if we sweep these fucks we go into the playofs with our heads up high...

btw the Mets are 2 games back from best record in baseball (Yanks)

which would mean home field through out playoffs and WS

No, it should mean that but because of Trevor Hoffman, no homefield for us in the WS.

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2 in a row for us!!!

 

if we sweep these fucks we go into the playofs with our heads up high...

btw the Mets are 2 games back from best record in baseball (Yanks)

which would mean home field through out playoffs and WS

 

No, WS homefield goes through thr all-star game, and asshole Trevor Hoffman fucked that up for us.

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