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Max Scherzer doesn't want Mets rotation seen as two-man show

Max Scherzer is determined to keep the team's two most high-profile starters from becoming separate units within the Mets rotation.

When the conversation eventually ended up with Jacob deGrom, Scherzer was joined by Chris Basitt, Tyfan Walker, Carlos Carrasco, and the likes of David Peterson and Trevor Williams. "We are one unit and we are one unit," Scherzer said Monday, before the Mets kicked off their three-game series against the Reds at Citi Field. I feel that we are doing really well as one unit." "We start by getting out there and delivering quality to the team and being consistent.

"We're the backbone of the team. Hitters the muscles, us the backbone. You can't win without guts."

The Mets won four of five games against the Braves over the weekend, mostly Carrasco, Peterson, Scherzer and deGrom. The Mets' only loss in the series came after a cleat got stuck in the turf and caused Walker back pain on Friday. Walker, who allowed eight runs, was sent off in the second inning.


His last two games of the series were his best results. rice field. Scherzer shut out his seventh inning in the nightcap of Saturday's doubleheader. A day later, deGrom retired the first 17 batters he faced before hitting a two-run homer off Dansby Swanson.

deGrom has gone 10²/3 in his two starts since coming off the disabled list. I didn't allow it.

"He's picking up where he left off and ready to beat everyone," Scherzer said.

Over the past few seasons, deGrom has had the aura of a no-hitter every time he goes to the mound. While his pitching numbers have yet to reach the realistic possibility of a no-hitter (deGrom was removed after pitching his 76 on Sunday), his stats suggest it could happen sooner or later. suggests that there is a

"He gives you vibes," Scherzer said. Back He Showalter noted that it took more than half the season for the Mets' rotation to be complete.

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"It's been a long road to get here," said Shaw. Walter said. “When you think about the unknown parts of Carlos and Taijuan, that's one of the reasons Billy [general manager Eppler] and ownership got Chris Basitt. Peterson, Trevor Williams, etc., think about what they've accomplished so far.

"Whether Jake is worried or Max is worried, they'll be out of five days. We sell two days, sometimes six days off, and it's often the epitome of team sports because everyone has to function.”

The Mets are the fifth-ranked starting pitcher in the MLB. Joined Monday with a 3.58 ERA from. The Mets also went five innings off the starting pitcher at 598²/3.

"We've been out there, handling business and working. It's about pitching deep into the ballgame, pitching efficiently and getting quality starts." "Not only can the offense win the ballgame, but it also needs to protect the bullpen, pitch deep into the game, and keep the bullpen innings light. This will keep your arms fresh."

“We are a very important unit for this team. It takes a whole effort.They are only important, but when we go out and do the work, it helps everyone else."