SP,RP - NYM
Despite allowing 3 earned runs over 6 innings, Megill showcased his ability to miss bats with 6 strikeouts, maintaining a respectable 7.3 K/9 for the season.
While his 4.92 ERA and 1.62 WHIP leave something to be desired, Megill's strikeout potential and ability to limit walks make him an intriguing fantasy option moving forward.
Tylor Megill delivered a strong outing on Sunday, allowing just two hits and four walks over five innings while striking out two, resulting in a scoreless performance.
Despite his solid showing, Megill's season-long numbers still leave much to be desired, as he owns a 5.03 ERA and a 1.66 WHIP through 21 starts. However, this outing should provide some encouragement for fantasy managers moving forward.
With a season-long ERA of 5.54 and a WHIP of 1.73, Megill's fantasy outlook remains bleak as he struggles to consistently produce quality starts and limit baserunners.
His 7.32 K/9 and 1.61 strikeout-to-walk ratio offer some hope. Fantasy managers should approach Megill with caution moving forward.
Tylor Megill struggled in Friday's game against the Braves, surrendering five earned runs on nine hits and one walk over 5.1 innings pitched.
Despite striking out three batters, Megill was unable to keep the Braves' offense at bay, resulting in a 7-0 loss for the Mets. This outing adds to Megill's season-long struggles, as he now holds a 5.64 ERA and a 1.70 WHIP over 17 games started. With six wins and six losses on the season, Megill will look to bounce back in his next start.
Tylor Megill will be called up to start on Saturday for the Mets against the Orioles.
Megill will be making his first start since June 21 for the Mets. He is likely going to remain in the rotation following the trades of Max Scherzer and Justin Verlander.