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    Michael Wacha’s disappointing season for the Mets concluded with a thud. The veteran right-hander was on the verge of respectability Wednesday, after allowing only two runs over the first five innings of his start against the Rays, but then watched Randy Arozarena blast a two-run homer in the sixth inning. The Mets never caught up...
    New York Mets: 8-5 Loss Allows Tampa Bay Rays to Clinch the AL East By: Daniel Marcillo ShareTweetFlipRedditThe New York Mets had no choice but to win every remaining game to give themselves a shot at the postseason, but the Tampa Bay Rays had a division to win. They fired...
    Michael Conforto missed a second straight start Tuesday night, but he was considered to be available coming off the bench, which represented an upgrade from a day earlier. The outfielder sat again because of left hamstring discomfort. Conforto incurred the injury Sunday in right field while chasing a ball hit by the Braves’ Marcell...
    Michael Wacha has pitched the Mets out of loads of video games this season. However on Wednesday evening, his proper arm enabled them to rally for arguably their largest win of the season. Known as upon in aid of ailing ace Jacob deGrom, the previous Cardinal delivered his finest outing as a Met, holding...
    Michael Wacha has pitched the Mets out of plenty of games this season. But on Wednesday night, his right arm enabled them to rally for arguably their biggest win of the season. Called upon in relief of ailing ace Jacob deGrom, the former Cardinal delivered his best outing as a Met, holding down the...
    Steven Matz returned to the Mets on Sunday — and to the Mets’ bullpen. He’ll be joined there by Michael Wacha, who’s being skipped at least one start thanks to Monday’s off day. Manager Luis Rojas announced prior to the series finale against the Blue Jays in Buffalo that Rick Porcello would start Tuesday against...
    Within this underwhelming Mets pitching rotation, less might actually be more. Continued struggles from that unit, coupled with two days off in the next five, at least seem to have team brass considering a four-man rotation for the short term. In such a scenario, disappointing Michael Wacha would likely be thrown into the bullpen for...
    Easiest takeaway ever from Citi Field on Tuesday night. From much of the last 12 years at this place, come to think of it: You get what you pay for. The Mets’ playoff hopes grow slimmer by the day, too many days, because they didn’t stock their 2020 pitching cupboard with enough viable options....
    Best takeaway ever from Citi Discipline on Tuesday evening. From a lot of the final 12 years at this place, come to consider it: You get what you pay for. The Mets’ playoff hopes develop slimmer by the day, too many days, as a result of they didn’t inventory their 2020 pitching cabinet with...
    New York Mets: Wacha, Gsellman Struggles Continue in 11-2 Blowout Loss By: Daniel Marcillo September 8, 2020 ShareShareTweetThe New York Mets learned something they should have known prior to the season starting…they cannot win when Michael Wacha takes the mound. It was another dreadful start for Wacha as...
    The Mets have 17 games left in the regular season. At this point, it seems more likely they’ll be playing out the string than making a push toward the playoffs. That’s especially true after they were manhandled by the Orioles in an 11-2 loss on Tuesday night in Queens. Their lineup was shut down by...
    New York Mets Series Preview: Baltimore Orioles (9/8-9/9) By: Daniel Marcillo September 8, 2020 ShareShareTweetThe New York Mets welcome in the Baltimore Orioles for a short two-game series at Citi Field. They split their two-game series last week but both teams currently sit on the outside looking in...
    John Means of the Baltimore Orioles and Michael Wacha of the New York Mets have had seasons to forget, but they will look to lower their ERAs when they collide on Tuesday night at Citi Field. Means, an All-Star in 2019, has been hit hard in 2020, allowing eight home runs in 20 innings...
    John Means of the Baltimore Orioles and Michael Wacha of the New York Mets have had seasons to forget, but they will look to lower their ERAs when they collide on Tuesday night at Citi Field. Means, an All-Star in 2019, has been hit hard in 2020, allowing eight home runs in 20 innings across...
    David Peterson is back to join piecemeal Mets pitching rotation, but whom he is replacing still hasn’t been announced. This much is clear: The rookie left-hander is scheduled to start Monday’s game against the Phillies, after last week moving into the bullpen to piggyback Michael Wacha in Baltimore. Wacha struggled before Peterson pitched four innings...
    The Yankees’ bullpen blew its second lead in as many games and the Mets’ relievers held the Yankees scoreless for four innings in a stunning 6-4 comeback win in the first game of a seven-inning doubleheader Friday in The Bronx. Indeed, 2020 really is full of surprises. The Subway Series finally got underway Friday and...
    The Yankees’ bullpen blew its second lead in as many games and the Mets’ relievers held the Yankees scoreless for four innings in a stunning 6-4 comeback win in the first game of a seven-inning doubleheader Friday in The Bronx. Indeed, 2020 really is full of surprises. The Subway Series finally got underway Friday and...
    New York Mets Series Preview: New York Yankees (8/28-8/30) By: Daniel Marcillo August 28, 2020 PrevPreviousNew York Yankees: Gio Urshela injured, here’s the latest ShareTweet0 SharesAfter the New York Mets postponed their game on Thursday, they open up a packed weekend series in the Bronx with their crosstown...
    New York Mets and Miami Marlins Postpone Game in Demonstration By: Daniel Marcillo August 27, 2020 PrevPreviousNew York Mets: An emotional Dom Smith opens up and tells us what we can do against racism (video) ShareTweet0 SharesThe 15 minutes of the SNY telecast between the New York Mets...
    This much is known: The Mets need four starting pitchers over the next three days. They have four arms — Steven Matz, Robert Gsellman, Michael Wacha and David Peterson — in mind. It remains to be seen when they will be used, and if Wacha and Peterson will be able to start. Manager Luis Rojas...
    This a lot is thought: The Mets want 4 beginning pitchers over the following three days. They’ve 4 arms — Steven Matz, Robert Gsellman, Michael Wacha and David Peterson — in thoughts. It stays to be seen when they are going to be used, and if Wacha and Peterson will be capable of begin....
    Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City As the Mets returned from their five-day hiatus following two positive COVID-19 cases within their ranks, Luis Rojas is taking his starting rotation assignments nice and slow. Rick Porcello and Seth Lugo got the nods to...
    The Mets are still trying to figure out a pitching plan for Wednesday against the Nationals, with an evident preference toward a bullpen game. With Michael Wacha on the injured list, the team could go with some combination of relievers to get through Wednesday, but after manager Luis Rojas received extended duty from his bullpen...
    New York Mets’ starting pitching depth takes yet another hit By: Andres Chavez August 10, 2020 PrevPreviousNew York Mets: Offense, Bullpen Picks Up deGrom in 4-2 Victory ShareTweet0 SharesThe New York Mets‘ starting pitching depth took yet another crucial hit when it was announced that right-hander Michael Wacha...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) – The New York Mets sent pitcher Michael Wacha to the injured list because of right shoulder inflammation three starts into his one-year contract with the team. Manager Luis Rojas said before Sunday’s game with the Miami Marlins that Wacha felt pain in his shoulder after allowing four runs in five innings...
    NEW YORK (AP) — Michael Wacha has been placed on the injured list because of right shoulder inflammation three starts into his one-year contract with the New York Mets. Manager Luis Rojas said before Sunday’s game with Miami that Wacha felt pain in his shoulder after allowing four runs in five innings on Friday. ...
    As the Mets await Marcus Stroman’s potential return from the injured list in the near future, another starting pitcher is on the sideline. Michael Wacha was placed on the IL with right shoulder inflammation before Sunday’s game against the Marlins, leaving the Mets with half the starting pitchers they had in their spring training rotation...
    9 people test positive for coronavirus at Georgia school where viral photos showed packed hallways Dollar Tree, Family Dollar reverse decision to require masks at all stores, but request customers wear them Mets place RHP Michael Wacha on 10-day IL with shoulder inflammation The Mets announced that right-hander Michael Wacha has been placed on the...
    Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City New York Mets starting pitcher Michael Wacha has been placed on the 10-day injured list after dealing with shoulder inflammation, the team announced Sunday morning. According to manager Luis Rojas, Wacha alerted the team that he...
    New York Mets: Late Comeback Wasn’t Enough in 4-3 Loss By: Daniel Marcillo August 7, 2020 PrevPreviousNew York Mets Series Preview: Miami Marlins (8/7-8/9) NextNew York Mets’ ace Jacob deGrom has added velocity at an unparalleled rateNext ShareTweet0 SharesIf there were a baseball version of the movie “The...
    ATLANTA — The Mets sure resembled a team Saturday that had their hearts ripped out and shown to them the previous night. Zombies was more like it, as manager Luis Rojas’ crew fell into an early hole then never bothered to muster much of a fight in losing their fourth straight, 7-1 to the Braves...
    As disappointing as Rick Porcello was on Sunday, that’s how impressive Michael Wacha was a day later. The two newcomers couldn’t have authored outings more different. Twenty-four hours after an ugly loss fueled by Porcello’s dud, Wacha made sure the Mets got back to .500, throwing five strong innings of one-run ball in a 7-4...
    BOSTON — America’s Most Beloved Ballpark deserved a group hug Monday night from the Mets. After a weekend of futility offensively to start this season, the Mets arrived at Fenway Park desperate for a sign they were much better than the four runs they scored over three days in losing a series to the Braves....
    As disappointing as Rick Porcello was on Sunday, that’s how spectacular Michael Wacha was a day later. The 2 newcomers couldn’t have authored outings extra completely different. Twenty-four hours after an unpleasant loss fueled by Porcello’s dud, Wacha made positive the Mets acquired again to .500, throwing 5 sturdy innings of one-run ball in...
    New York Mets Find Their Offense and Wacha Shines in 7-4 Win By: Daniel Marcillo July 27, 2020 Follow ESM On Social Facebook Twitter Youtube Flipboard Instagram ShareTweet0 SharesThe New York Mets only needed four innings to surpass their scoring total from the first three games of the...
    New York Mets Series Preview: The First Two in Boston By: Daniel Marcillo July 27, 2020 Follow ESM On Social Facebook Twitter Youtube Flipboard Instagram ShareTweet0 SharesTwo teams with disappointing starts to their season start a home and home, four-game series. The New York Mets travel to Boston...
    New York Mets: Michael Wacha Dominates Intrasquad Game By: Daniel Marcillo July 17, 2020 Follow ESM On Social Facebook Twitter Youtube Flipboard Instagram ShareTweet0 SharesThe New York Mets played another summer camp game to get themselves ready for their weekend exhibition series against the New York Yankees. Michael...
    Of all the challenges teams will face in their attempt to have a season during a pandemic, Jeff McNeil believes travel will be the most difficult of all. “We don’t know what it’s gonna be like,’’ McNeil said Thursday. “We don’t know if we’re gonna take buses everywhere and how many buses. What’s it gonna...
    Jacob deGrom pitched a simulated game Thursday and looked sharp over three innings, but if the Mets plan on contending this season, they will need contributions from their entire rotation — which is where Michael Wacha comes in. The right-hander is one of the Mets starters looking for a bounce-back season — along with fellow...