What’s on Tap: Mejia and Mets in Colorado at 8 pm

The Mets (15-13) lost to the Rockies (18-13) by the score of 10-3 on Friday night >> Read more at MetsBlogMLB.comESPNNew York Post and Daily News


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The Mets continue their four -game series against the Rockies at 8:10 pm ET on Saturday, when Jenrry Mejia (3-0, 3.49 ERA) opposes left-hander Franklin Morales (3-1, 4.40).

The game will air live on SNY and WOR 710 AM radio.




17 comments
Ed Yano
Ed Yano

If you have had the lead in 24 of 28 games shouldn't you have more then 15 wins.The pitching has given up the lead and lost the game in 1/3 of the games played.The Mets rank 19th in runs scored and 16 th in runs given up,yet everybody loves the pitching and hates the hitting.Don't get me wrong I think the pitching is what will make this team go,but it has't been as good as people think it's been.

stage52
stage52

They say( I have always wondered who they are ) Pitching wins you games but you have to score some runs to make that work for you.

stage52
stage52

Lets hope Mejia"s  curve ball  works well in this thin air !

Paul Wesolowski
Paul Wesolowski

If we dont get a big bat in the line-up we wont have a chance at anything. But this is NY and we cant expect anything because the Yankees are NEW YORKS TEAM. Im ashamed to say I have been watching these guys since age 9. Why cant our team spend money and get REAL PLAYERS under 30 yo?

Jerry Colfer
Jerry Colfer

28th in hits, avg., slugging, OPS, 27th in HR...geez....

This is a tough park for any pitcher and with this offensively challenged bunch Jennry has little margin for error. Hard to watch after Lagares and Murph. David is not hitting for any power. We could have Bob Gibson, Sandy Kofax, Seaver and Bob Feller and still struggle for wins.

Zac Tindall
Zac Tindall

NL east is gunna be close all season let's sit back and enjoy the show ya got the injured braves the injured nats the young/ veteran mixed Mets the hot and young marlins with the veteran phillies

Not4Nutten
Not4Nutten

Go Get Um Jenrry, we need all the help we can get!!!!!

Jerry Colfer
Jerry Colfer

Yeah, I think it is Gee and Niese who have shined and Mejia has been a very nice addition. Wheeler, Colon have been down, more than up, BUT, this offense is putrid right now. They are at the bottom of the league in most offensive categories. I just saw on MLB ticker that the 1HR for DW is the lowest of his career.

Paul Taylor
Paul Taylor

@Ed Yano i believe its the bullpen which has given up the majority of leads. starting pitching has been decent to good, the bullpen is the weak spot. Also, our O has been so anemic, every once in a while you need the O to pick up the pitching.

stage52
stage52

@Paul Wesolowski You do not win anything with 1 big bat in the Lineup.  Ask the Marlins that question.

Ed Yano
Ed Yano

They still decide the winner by who scores the most runs.The Mets are 19th in the majors,again not good but certainly not putrid.They are better then 11other teams.Again Atlanta is 28th much worse then the Mets,but 1st in runs allowed and in first place.

Jerry Colfer
Jerry Colfer

Paul in right, after the initial series the pen ex Valverde) has been solid as well

Ed Yano
Ed Yano

The last 2 games it's been the starters who gave up the lead,but it doesn't matter if it's starters or relievers,I am just saying it's not all on the offence.Also like I said they are 19th in runs scored not good but better then 11 other teams so anemic might be a little strong.The Braves are 28th in runs scored now that's anemic but the are 1st in runs allowed,by a large margin.By the way they are also in 1st place.