Noah Syndergaard returns to the mound as the Mets finish up a two-game set against the Twins at Citi Field on Wednesday at 7:10 p.m. on SNY.
With their loss on Tuesday, the Mets have lost consecutive games for the first time this season. ... They have 15 homers over their first 10 games, the third-highest total in franchise history over their first 10 games. ... Wilson Ramos is back behind the plate. ... Pete Alonso looks to continue his torrid start. He's the first player in modern MLB history with 11 extra-base hits over his first 10 career major-league games.
|Max Kepler, RF||Brandon Nimmo, CF|
|Jorge Polanco, SS||Pete Alonso, 1B|
|Willians Astudillo, 3B||Robinson Cano, 2B|
|Eddie Rosario, LF||Michael Conforto, RF|
|C.J. Cron, 1B||Wilson Ramos, C|
|Mitch Garver, C||Jeff McNeil, LF|
|Jonathan Schoop, 2B||Amed Rosario, SS|
|Byron Buxton, CF||J.D. Davis, 3B|
|Jake Odorizzi, RHP||Noah Syndergaard, RHP|
Who is starting for the Mets?
RHP Noah Syndergaard, who improved in his second start of the season when he allowed just one hit and two walks in six innings against the Nationals. He's making his first career start against the Twins and has only faced one hitter on Minnesota's roster, Jonathan Schoop.
Who is starting for the Twins?
RHP Jake Odorizzi, who after a strong first start of the season had a miserable performance his last time out, allowing five runs (four earned) while only recording two outs.
The Mets hit the road for a four-game set in Atlanta, which begins Thursday at 7:20 p.m. It's the start of a 10-game road trip.