The future meets the present when the New York Mets face the Cincinnati Reds in a three-game series of middle games on Tuesday night and the starting pitcher recovers from injury.
Cincinnati's rookie left-handed Nick Rodro (1-2, 5.52 ERA) is off the 60-day injured list and begins his fourth career this season, starting his career since April 24th. intend to do something. Rodro landed on IL on April 28 and was first assigned to a 10-day IL with tension in the lower right back and then transferred to a 60-day IL on June 21.
Rodro was promoted alongside Hunter Greene and Graham Ashcraft as one-third of Cincinnati's talented rookie pitcher crop.
Mets competes with Ace's Max Scherzer (5-1, 2.54). Scherzer left the match against St. Louis on May 18 with a diagonal tension to the right and was put on the injured list the next day.
Scherzer dominated the Reds of Cincinnati throughout his career, setting a 4-0 record at 0.33 ERA. In addition to winning all four starts at the Great American Ball Park, Scherzer allowed only one run in 27 innings. His 0.33 ERA at the venue is the lowest of all pitchers over 25 innings.
Overall, Scherzer is 6-2, scoring 1.84 ERA with nine starts against the Reds. His 1.84ERA has been tied with the ninth lowest mark of all pitchers, with at least 50 innings against Cincinnati since the earned run became official in 1913. With a streak on Sunday, the Reds lost again in the opening round of the Mets on Monday, dropping Cincinnati to 1-3 at the current 11-game homestand.
"Baseball is a crazy game," said Reds third baseman Brandon Drury, who hit a three-run homer on Monday. "That's why I had to keep going to the end because I didn't know what would happen."
"We are very aware that we haven't won as many games as we want to win." There is no question about that, "said Reds manager David Bell. "(I'm) really happy with the elasticity." The second game in the
series is about Edwin Diaz, who is closer to the Mets, and Alexis Diaz, the rescuer of his brother Reds. Continue to reunite the family.
Edwin is in the most overwhelming season, striking out 17.54 per 9 innings, saving 21-18 and recording 1.95 ERA. I am. He was off on Monday as relief pitcher Seth Lugo scored the final three outs on his third save with six chances.
"I'm really proud because he worked really hard," Edwin Diaz said of Alexis. "He was injured when he was in the minor league, but he did it, and he's doing really, really good now. I'm really happy with him."
Three years younger, Alexis Diaz has been fighting more injuries in his career and has landed on the injured list with a tense biceps. Alexis had Tommy John's surgery in 2016 and pitched in Double A Chattanooga last season.
This year, Alexis was 2-0, ERA was 2.40, including two saves with three chances for Cincinnati, and on June 12, Alexis and Edwin Diaz recorded saves on the same day. Became the third brother to do.
– Field-level media