|MIAMI ( KOEHLER )|
NY METS ( GEE )
|vs Right-handed Starters||5-12||-7.6||10-6||4.1||0.253||0.323||4.8||0.265||0.332|
|Past 7 Games||4-3||+1.5||1-5||3.4||0.221||0.294||2.7||0.193||0.253|
|vs Right-handed Starters||12-8||+6.1||8-8||4.3||0.221||0.298||3.8||0.241||0.298|
|Past 7 Games||5-2||+3.2||1-5||3.3||0.200||0.274||2.7||0.227||0.290|
|4/13/2014||ALVAREZ(R)||@ PHILADELPHIA||KENDRICK(R)||3-4||L||110||8.5 ov||U||6||7||1||13||13||1|
|4/21/2014||KOEHLER(R)||@ ATLANTA||TEHERAN(R)||2-4||L||175||7.5 ov||U||9||10||1||9||12||3|
|4/22/2014||FERNANDEZ(R)||@ ATLANTA||WOOD(L)||1-0||W||120||6.5 un||U||4||3||1||3||3||0|
|4/23/2014||EOVALDI(R)||@ ATLANTA||HARANG(R)||1-3||L||125||7 un||U||7||7||1||7||8||0|
|4/25/2014||ALVAREZ(R)||@ NY METS||WHEELER(R)||3-4||L||105||7 un||P||7||7||0||10||8||1|
|4/26/2014||SLOWEY(R)||@ NY METS||MEJIA(R)||7-6||W||125||7 ov||O||10||7||2||6||5||0|
|4/27/2014||KOEHLER(R)||@ NY METS||GEE(R)|| |
|5/2/2014||SLOWEY(R)||LA DODGERS||MAHOLM(L)|| |
|5/3/2014||KOEHLER(R)||LA DODGERS||RYU(L)|| |
|5/4/2014|| ||LA DODGERS|| || |
|4/13/2014||COLON(R)||@ LA ANGELS||WILSON(L)||2-14||L||130||7.5 ev||O||6||5||0||17||8||0|
|4/14/2014||WHEELER(R)||@ ARIZONA||COLLMENTER(R)||7-3||W||125||9 un||O||13||11||0||9||7||2|
|4/15/2014||MEJIA(R)||@ ARIZONA||ARROYO(R)||9-0||W||130||9 ev||P||12||6||0||3||5||1|
|4/16/2014||GEE(R)||@ ARIZONA||MCCARTHY(R)||5-2||W||140||9 un||U||10||10||0||8||5||2|
|4/21/2014||MEJIA(R)||ST LOUIS||LYONS(L)||2-0||W||+110||7.5 un||U||7||9||0||6||7||1|
|4/22/2014||GEE(R)||ST LOUIS||WAINWRIGHT(R)||0-3||L||+150||7 ov||U||4||4||1||10||9||0|
|4/23/2014||NIESE(L)||ST LOUIS||WACHA(R)||3-2||W||+130||6.5 ov||U||4||8||0||11||10||1|
|4/24/2014||COLON(R)||ST LOUIS||LYNN(R)||4-1||W||+115||7 un||U||7||5||1||4||6||1|
|4/29/2014||NIESE(L)||@ PHILADELPHIA||HAMELS(L)|| |
|4/30/2014||COLON(R)||@ PHILADELPHIA||KENDRICK(R)|| |
|5/1/2014||WHEELER(R)||@ COLORADO||NICASIO(R)|| |
|5/2/2014||MEJIA(R)||@ COLORADO||DE LA ROSA(L)|| |
|5/3/2014||GEE(R)||@ COLORADO||MORALES(L)|| |
|5/4/2014|| ||@ COLORADO|| || |
|MIAMI: MIAMI (AP) - The owner of the World Series champion Boston Red Sox is apparently unimpressed by the Miami Marlins' attempts to improve their feeble offense.|
''They should apologize for their regular season lineup,'' John Henry tweeted during spring training.
In 2013 the Marlins were truly sorry. They finished last in the majors in batting average, slugging percentage, on-base percentage, runs and home runs, and scored even less than their woeful 1993 expansion team. They also lost 100 games, two more than in their first season.
Henry was being catty after the Red Sox drew criticism for the minor league lineup they fielded for a spring game against Miami. But he might be right - it's unclear whether an offseason shakeup of the lineup will mean more runs for the Marlins than last year.
''We were anemic offensively,'' new general manager Dan Jennings said. ''Just bad. It's unacceptable.''
|NY METS: NEW YORK (AP) - Five straight losing seasons. That's what the New York Mets have produced since moving into Citi Field.|
David Wright, for one, is tired of it.
''We need to start going out there showing results,'' the star third baseman said. ''The last couple years we've kind of been hampered by some contracts and payroll issues. It seems like that's behind us. At the same time, we've got those prospects knocking at the door. I think we're in a better place now than we have been the past few years and quite frankly, I think we have a better team.''
Translation: No more waiting for next year. No more selling the future. No more excuses.
It's time to take a step forward - and that means winning.
General manager Sandy Alderson seems to think so, too. After he signed free agents Curtis Granderson, Bartolo Colon and Chris Young this offseason, a report emerged that Alderson told staffers he thinks the Mets can win 90 games (with a payroll under $90 million).
Even hard-core fans found that overly optimistic, especially with ace Matt Harvey expected to miss the entire season following Tommy John surgery. New York posted its second consecutive 74-88 record last year - and that was with Harvey on the mound most of the way.
But there is reason for hope, particularly in Triple-A. Touted young pitchers Noah Syndergaard and Rafael Montero could soon join a promising rotation that includes Colon, Zack Wheeler, Dillon Gee and Jonathon Niese.
''He's got all the traits of the good ones,'' manager Terry Collins said about Syndergaard. ''He's on track to be special.''
The offense could be better with the addition of Granderson, who got a $60 million, four-year deal after an injury-plagued season for the Yankees across town. His left-handed power bat should provide some much-needed protection for Wright.
The multitalented Young, on a one-year contract following a down season in Oakland, appears highly motivated to regain his All-Star form.
''It's been interesting to watch the whole team,'' Granderson said early in spring training. ''There's power here. Chris Young has been amazing.''
The lineup remains flawed and prone to strikeouts, though the roster has improved. Perhaps not enough to push Washington and Atlanta in the NL East just yet, but the Mets expect to take significant strides this season as they anticipate Harvey's return in 2015.
''When I re-signed here, I knew it wasn't an overnight fix. I think I like that part of the challenge of it,'' Wright said. ''I want to be part of the reason why we get this thing turned around and headed in the right direction and ultimately start winning again. I think we have that ability.''
|Last Updated: 9/26/2017 1:23:02 PM EST|