SP - FA
Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports the Padres are expected to pursue RHP Marcus Stroman this offseason.
The Padres' rotation fell apart down the stretch, so it's obvious why the team is interested in Stroman's steady presence. He posted a 3.02 ERA in 33 starts this season.
Marcus Stroman allowed two runs on four hits, one walk, and eight strikeouts in six innings pitched. The Mets lost 7-6 in 11 innings Tuesday, but Stroman was in line for the win when he left the game.
Stroman allowed three hard-hit balls, got 14 whiffs, and topped out at 93.4 MPH. He will face the Red Sox on September 21st for his next start.
Marcus Stroman allowed one run on four hits, zero walks, and seven strikeouts in six and one-third innings. The Mets lost 3-2 and are now 70-71 this season.
Stroman was great, allowing two hard-hit balls with 16 whiffs and exiting with a lead in the seventh, but the Mets bullpen blew it. The 30-year-old will face the Cardinals in his next start.
Marcus Stroman allowed three runs on six hits, three walks, and two strikeouts in five innings. The Mets won game one of the doubleheader on Saturday, 11-9, and moved one game above .500 on the season.
Stroman didn't have his best stuff, allowing seven hard-hit balls with eight whiffs, and topping out at 93.6 MPH. He's got a 3.65 xFIP and 3.49 K/BB ratio this season, which he'll take into his next start Thursday in Miami.
Marcus Stroman allowed two runs on seven hits, one walk, and five strikeouts in six innings on Saturday. Unfortunately, the Mets pulled ahead in the seventh, so Stroman didn't get the win.
Stroman allowed nine hard-hit balls, got nine whiffs, and topped out at 93.0 MPH. His next start is Friday against the Nationals.