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MLB : ATS Matchup
Thursday 6/21/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore
+1.5  -150

-1.5  +130



NY METS (31 - 40) at COLORADO (36 - 38)
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Thursday, 6/21/2018 3:10 PM
Board OpeningLatest
901NY METS+140Ov 11,-115+145Ov 11,-120
902COLORADO-150Un 11,-105-155Un 11,+100
NY METS - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games31-40-11.430-384.00.2310.3050.3700.6754.50.2550.3190.4050.724
Road Games18-19+1.118-164.80.2460.3210.4020.7235.00.2650.3320.4260.759
vs Left-handed Starters9-10-1.78-113.80.2210.2950.3460.6414.40.2460.3110.3890.700
Past 7 Games3-4-0.24-26.30.2760.3600.4770.8375.60.2820.3490.4830.832
Grass Games31-40-11.430-384.00.2310.3050.3700.6754.50.2550.3190.4050.724
Day Games9-13-4.58-133.70.2290.3100.3640.6734.30.2460.3180.3870.704
NY METS - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games4.00.2310.30571239255310512680.3702772546132648464445753
Road Games4.80.2460.321371295319635430.4021751423221525342263422
Lefty Starters3.80.2210.29519647143341150.3467168183912816111223
NY METS - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games4.581.413257.71371312493911525614-19191163.3%
Road Games4.831.464138797413821641249-1011761.1%

COLORADO - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games36-38-2.837-344.70.2510.3160.4080.7235.40.2640.3340.4320.766
Home Games13-20-13.616-175.20.2780.3400.4570.7966.80.2950.3630.4850.848
vs Left-handed Starters13-14-2.811-144.70.2560.3190.4130.7334.60.2470.3070.4010.708
Past 7 Games3-4-1.36-16.90.2830.3420.4880.8308.60.3150.4020.5020.904
Grass Games36-38-2.837-344.70.2510.3160.4080.7235.40.2640.3340.4320.766
Day Games7-17-10.512-124.20.2370.2960.3660.6626.10.2770.3470.4680.815
COLORADO - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games4.70.2510.31674252263310617850.4083342386503947669277536
Home Games5.20.2780.3403311233125115400.4571641052831422240104017
Lefty Starters4.70.2560.31927917235317330.413124852321717726112513
COLORADO - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games5.651.4822471661552473211924610-15221362.9%
Home Games6.481.593123.7998913918581094-95741.7%
NY METS - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
6/8/2018DEGROM(R)NY YANKEESTANAKA(R)1-4L-1057 unU441520
6/9/2018MATZ(L)NY YANKEESGERMAN(R)3-4L+1458.5 ovU660860
6/10/2018LUGO(R)NY YANKEESSEVERINO(R)2-0W+2407 ovU562340
6/12/2018WHEELER(R)@ ATLANTAFOLTYNEWICZ(R)2-8L1458.5 unO3401051
6/13/2018DEGROM(R)@ ATLANTASOROKA(R)0-2L-1107.5 unU241850
6/14/2018VARGAS(L)@ ARIZONAKOCH(R)3-6L1159 unP420850
6/15/2018LUGO(R)@ ARIZONAGODLEY(R)3-7L1208 evO7701281
6/16/2018MATZ(L)@ ARIZONACORBIN(L)5-1W1607.5 evU1081680
6/17/2018WHEELER(R)@ ARIZONABUCHHOLZ(R)5-3W1209 evU981770
6/18/2018DEGROM(R)@ COLORADOANDERSON(L)12-2W-1209.5 evO1581540
6/19/2018VARGAS(L)@ COLORADOMARQUEZ(R)8-10L14511.5 evO9411682
6/20/2018LUGO(R)@ COLORADOBETTIS(R)8-10L10511.5 evO131221270
6/27/2018 PITTSBURGH  

COLORADO - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
6/7/2018ANDERSON(L)@ CINCINNATIMAHLE(R)5-7L-1059 unO131101061
6/8/2018MARQUEZ(R)ARIZONAGREINKE(R)4-9L-10511 unO10801261
6/9/2018BETTIS(R)ARIZONAKOCH(R)7-12L-14513 ovO9121391
6/10/2018FREELAND(L)ARIZONAGODLEY(R)3-8L-15012 unU8701080
6/12/2018GRAY(R)@ PHILADELPHIANOLA(R)4-5L1307 unO1181441
6/13/2018ANDERSON(L)@ PHILADELPHIAPIVETTA(R)7-2W1158.5 evO1170760
6/14/2018MARQUEZ(R)@ PHILADELPHIAVELASQUEZ(R)3-9L1108.5 evO3101360
6/15/2018BETTIS(R)@ TEXASMENDEZ(L)9-5W10010.5 evO1360640
6/16/2018FREELAND(L)@ TEXASMINOR(L)2-5L-1159.5 ovU5601050
6/17/2018GRAY(R)@ TEXASGALLARDO(R)12-13L-12010 ovO15521060
6/18/2018ANDERSON(L)NY METSDEGROM(R)2-12L+1109.5 evO5401581
6/19/2018MARQUEZ(R)NY METSVARGAS(L)10-8W-15511.5 evO1682941
6/20/2018BETTIS(R)NY METSLUGO(R)10-8W-11511.5 evO127013122
6/27/2018 @ SAN FRANCISCO  
6/28/2018 @ SAN FRANCISCO  
NY METS: 2017 70-92, fourth place
MANAGER Mickey Callaway (first season)
ADDITIONS: 3B Todd Frazier, RF Jay Bruce, LHP Jason Vargas, 1B Adrian Gonzalez, RHP Anthony Swarzak, LHP Matt Purke, C Jose Lobaton
SUBTRACTIONS: Manager Terry Collins, LHP Josh Smoker, LHP Josh Edgin, RHP Chasen Bradford, OF Norichika Aoki, RHP Erik Goeddel, RHP Tyler Pill, LHP Tommy Milone, OF Travis Taijeron
OUTLOOK: Callaway had great success with Cleveland's arms, and the injury-plagued Mets are counting on his methods, along with new pitching coach Dave Eiland, to keep their talented but fragile rotation intact. New York also overhauled its medical department, hoping to keep star players on the field. Syndergaard and deGrom make for an imposing 1-2 punch. So if Harvey, Matz and Zack Wheeler -- even one or two of them -- can finally stay healthy and approach their initial big league form, the pitching staff could be terrific again after unraveling last year with a 5.01 ERA that ranked 28th in the majors. Vargas was signed to eat innings but will miss some time at the beginning of the season after surgery for a broken right (nonpitching) hand. All-Star outfielder Michael Conforto (27 HRs, .384 OBP, .939 OPS) is targeting a May 1 return from surgery for a dislocated left shoulder. His status is critical to a lineup that lacks speed and a natural leadoff hitter. Nimmo made strides last season and is a potential candidate for that role while platooning early with Juan Lagares to fill Conforto's spot in center field. After the Mets spent nearly $90 million to plug holes in free agency, it still might be a stretch to envision them seriously challenging star-studded Washington for NL East supremacy. But with better health in a soft division, they could certainly rejoin the wild-card hunt.
COLORADO: 2017 87-75, third place, lost to Arizona in wild-card game
MANAGER Bud Black (second season)
ADDITIONS: RHP Wade Davis, RHP Bryan Shaw, C Chris Iannetta
SUBTRACTIONS: RHP Greg Holland, RHP Tyler Chatwood, C Jonathan Lucroy, 1B Mark Reynolds, RHP Pat Neshek, INF Alexi Amarista, C Ryan Hanigan
OUTLOOK: The Rockies enhanced their bullpen in an effort to earn back-to-back postseason berths for the first time in franchise history. They signed Davis ($52 million for three years) and Shaw ($27 million for three years) and brought back LHP Jake McGee ($27 million for three years). The lineup benefits from hitter-friendly Coors Field and features plenty of firepower, especially with the return of Gonzalez on a one-year deal. Arenado is one of the best hitters and fielders in the game, and Blackmon led the league in several offensive categories. They ran 4-5 in NL MVP voting. Colorado is hoping for bounce-back years from Story and Desmond.
Freeland faces Matz in Rockies-Mets finale

DENVER -- Two left-handers who have been very successful lately will square off Thursday when Kyle Freeland starts for the Colorado Rockies against Steven Matz of the New York Mets.

The Rockies will be looking to win the four-game series after winning their second straight game over the Mets 10-8 on Wednesday. Colorado will also be trying to avoid a dubious major league record. The Rockies have allowed at least eight runs in each of their past nine home games, tied with the St. Louis Browns in 1894 for the longest such streak.

Freeland (6-6, 3.59 ERA) has made 14 starts, half of which the Rockies have won. He worked a season-high seven innings for the fourth time this season in his last start Saturday at Texas. Freeland allowed two runs in seven innings, ending up with no-decision in Colorado's 5-2 loss.

In his past 10 starts, Freeland, 25, is 6-3 with a 2.89 ERA and has limited opposing hitters to a .237 average and a .646 OPS in that stretch. He's 1-0 with a 1.80 ERA in two career games (one start) against the Mets. The start was on May 6 at Citi Field this season when Freeland, the winning pitcher, allowed two runs and four hits in seven innings with eight strikeouts and one walk in Colorado's 3-2 victory.

In eight starts at Coors Field this season, Freeland is 3-2 with a 2.93 ERA. A Denver native who grew up pitching in the city's mile-high altitude, Freeland is 9-10 with a 3.52 ERA in 24 career games (21 starts) at Coors Field and has never been fazed by the hitter-friendly ballpark.

"In my mind, it's baseball," Freeland said. "You have to make your pitches, no matter where you're at. Home runs are going to be home runs. People are going to hit good pitches here. People are going to hit bad pitches here. If you don't execute the pitch and they get whacked out of the park, it's going to happen here; it's going to happen at sea level.

"Things can snowball on you quicker here just because of how large our outfield is. But you still have to have that mentality of I can get out of this jam here."

While winning his last start, Matz (3-4, 3.31) gave up one run in 6 2/3 innings Saturday at Arizona in the Mets' 5-1 triumph. Matz lost 2-0 to the Rockies at Citi Field on May 5, giving up one run and three hits in six innings. He's 0-3, 6.50 in four career starts against the Rockies and 0-0, 5.40 in one start at Coors Field.

In his past five starts, Matz, 27, is 2-1 with a 1.88 ERA. During that stretch, Matz has allowed two or fewer runs in four of the five outings, and opposing batters are hitting .208 with a .609 OPS.

"He's in a good place mentally," New York pitching coach Dave Eiland said. "He's in attack mode, where he's attacking the hitters. Early in the year, he was a little bit unsure of himself, not really trusting his stuff as much. So therefore, he wasn't in attack mode. And when the first little thing would go wrong ... he would kind of lose his concentration, his focus, and it would affect the next few pitches and might make the difference in his outing.

"He's worked really hard at letting things go that are out of his control and just focusing on things he can control. And once he started doing it, he got back to believing in himself, trusting his stuff, attacking the strike zone, attacking the hitters."

At this point after nearly a month of superb pitching, Matz has a reservoir of success to draw upon when things do go wrong.

"I'm sure it still eats at him a little bit," Eiland said, "but he doesn't wear his emotions on his sleeve, so to speak."

Last Updated: 3/19/2019 10:03:46 PM EST

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