Noah Syndergaard gets the ball to continue the Mets and Brewers weekend series at Citi Field on Saturday night at 7:10 p.m.
Jacob deGrom was roughed up again in the 10-2 loss on Friday night. He allowed five runs on five hits and three walks over four innings. ...The Mets are 4-6 in their last 10 games. ...Robinson Cano tied his career-high with hits in six straight at-bats from April 23-April 26. He was 2-for-3 with a double and RBI in the loss last night. ...Michael Conforto has reached base safely in 22 of his 25 games this season. ...Jeff McNeil recorded two extra-base hits in a game for the third time in his career last night. He has 11 multi-hit games on the year so far.
|Lorenzo Cain, CF||Jeff McNeil, LF|
|Christian Yelich, RF||Pete Alonso, 1B|
|Mike Moustakas, 2B||Robinson Cano, 2B|
|Yasmani Grandal, C||Michael Conforto, RF|
|Travis Shaw, 3B||J.D. Davis|
|Eric Thames, 1B||Brandon Nimmo, CF|
|Orlando Arcia, SS||Amed Rosario, SS|
|Brandon Woodruff, RHP||Travis d'Arnaud, C|
|Ben Gamel, LF||Noah Syndergaard, RHP|
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Who is starting for the Brewers?
RHP Brandon Woodruff, who took the loss in his last start against the Dodgers. He allowed five runs on five hits (two homers) while striking out six and walking three over 5.2 innings of work.
Woodruff has been allowing a lot of runners on base early this season with a 1.48 WHIP over 26.1 innings.
Who is starting for the Mets?
RHP Noah Syndergaard, who didn't have the best of starts last time out. He allowed six runs, four earned on eight hits while striking out five and walking two over five innings. After his outing against the Twins that last seven innings, Syndergaard hasn't gone longer than five innings in back-to-back starts.
It's a big coincidence that Syndergaard gets the ball on the day his Game of Thrones bobblehead is given to lucky Mets fans at the gates.
The Mets and Brewers have a quick turnaround on Sunday at 1:10 p.m.