SP - NYM
Marcus Stroman allowed two runs on eight hits, one walk, and four strikeouts in five innings.
Stroman threw just 65 pitches, allowing seven hard-hit balls, generating seven whiffs, and topping out at 92.9 MPH. He'll face the Reds in Citi Field on Saturday for his next start.
Marcus Stroman allowed zero runs on one hit, one walk, and seven strikeouts in eight innings.
Stroman got 12 whiffs, allowed three hard-hit balls, and topped out at 93 MPH. He lowered his ERA to 2.59 with the dominating performance. Aristides Aquino's third-inning single was the only hit the Mets allowed in the game.
Marcus Stroman allowed five runs (three earned) on six hits, one walk, and zero strikeouts in five innings pitched.
Stroman allowed eight hard-hit balls, got seven whiffs, and topped out at 93.0 MPH. It was the second start this season where Stroman has recorded zero strikeouts. He has a 3.67 xFIP, and a 3.12 K/BB ratio in 18 starts this season. The righty will make his final start of the first half on Friday against the Pirates. He's a good sell-high candidate entering the second half of the season.
The Mets placed RHP Marcus Stroman on the bereavement list.
Stroman is expected to be back for Saturday's start against the Yankees. He has struggled a bit as of late but remains an extremely serviceable fantasy SP moving forward.
Marcus Stroman allowed four runs (two earned) on five hits, three walks, and three strikeouts.
Stroman allowed three hard-hit balls, got eight whiffs, and topped out at 93.7 MPH. He wasn't himself on Sunday, perhaps because he is pitching through discomfort in his hip. It's also possible that the Mets place him on the bereavement list, and his next start is delayed. Stay tuned for updates.