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MLB : ATS Matchup
Wednesday 4/25/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore
+1.5  -170

-1.5  +150



NY METS (15 - 6) at ST LOUIS (13 - 9)
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Wednesday, 4/25/2018 8:15 PM
Board OpeningLatest
961NY METS+130Ov 8.5,+100+125Ov 8.5,+105
962ST LOUIS-140Un 8.5,-120-135Un 8.5,-125
NY METS - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games15-6+9.711-104.90.2350.3270.3780.7054.00.2270.2960.3550.651
Road Games8-2+7.66-45.10.2120.3070.3630.6704.20.2400.3120.3560.668
vs Right-handed Starters11-5+6.39-75.00.2330.3290.3870.7164.20.2310.3020.3700.672
Past 7 Games3-4-1.65-25.30.2380.3330.3680.7026.00.2610.3350.3960.730
Grass Games15-6+9.711-104.90.2350.3270.3780.7054.00.2270.2960.3550.651
Night Games9-5+3.88-64.90.2250.3090.3530.6624.70.2460.3120.3850.697
NY METS - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games4.90.2350.32721694163325190.3789895191714223111425
Road Games5.10.2120.3071034473171110.3634947100559136712
Righty Starters5.00.2330.32916519121195170.3877674140510518101115
NY METS - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games3.321.27178.7302960840909-210471.4%
Road Games3.621.39337.3151530222405-16275%

ST LOUIS - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games13-9+1.811-114.80.2460.3290.4040.7333.60.2420.3210.3670.688
Home Games5-5-2.35-54.00.2400.3240.3710.6953.40.2290.3120.3400.652
vs Left-handed Starters4-2+1.82-44.30.2090.3320.3110.6433.00.2730.3390.3640.703
Past 7 Games5-2+2.34-35.00.2410.3450.4040.7483.70.2310.3190.3510.670
Grass Games13-9+1.811-114.80.2460.3290.4040.7333.60.2420.3210.3670.688
Night Games6-4+0.85-55.20.2500.3530.4060.7593.40.2390.3210.3450.665
ST LOUIS - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games4.80.2460.32922743183300290.40410292198121591712224
Home Games4.00.2400.324103297916090.37139418247394121
Lefty Starters4.30.2090.3326196418040.3112336567535160
ST LOUIS - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games3.581.45273302971935722-46460%
Home Games3.061.35935.3131229319322-32340%
NY METS - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
4/11/2018WHEELER(R)@ MIAMIGARCIA(L)4-1W-1358.5 ovU550222
4/13/2018MATZ(L)MILWAUKEEDAVIES(R)6-5W-1208 ovO9511061
4/14/2018HARVEY(R)MILWAUKEEANDERSON(R)1-5L-1158 ovU330950
4/15/2018SYNDERGAARD(R)MILWAUKEECHACIN(R)3-2W-1907 unU7122491
4/16/2018DEGROM(R)WASHINGTONHELLICKSON(R)6-8L-1707.5 evO10601062
4/17/2018WHEELER(R)WASHINGTONGONZALEZ(L)2-5L+1107.5 ovU111101090
4/18/2018MATZ(L)WASHINGTONROARK(R)11-5W-1108 evO840501
4/19/2018HARVEY(R)@ ATLANTAWISLER(R)4-12L-1059 ovO6401360
4/20/2018SYNDERGAARD(R)@ ATLANTANEWCOMB(L)5-3W-1407.5 ovO970862
4/21/2018DEGROM(R)@ ATLANTATEHERAN(R)3-4L-1608.5 evU780883
4/24/2018WHEELER(R)@ ST LOUISWEAVER(R)6-5W1708 evO6601080
5/2/2018 ATLANTA  

ST LOUIS - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
4/11/2018WAINWRIGHT(R)MILWAUKEEGUERRA(R)2-3L-1459.5 unU750840
4/12/2018WACHA(R)@ CINCINNATIROMANO(R)13-4W-1509.5 evO12121773
4/13/2018WEAVER(R)@ CINCINNATIMAHLE(R)5-3W-1609.5 unU1380762
4/14/2018MIKOLAS(R)@ CINCINNATIFINNEGAN(L)6-1W-1209 ovU870780
4/15/2018MARTINEZ(R)@ CINCINNATIBAILEY(R)3-2W-1759 unU513580
4/17/2018WAINWRIGHT(R)@ CHICAGO CUBSCHATWOOD(R)5-3W1107.5 ovO71216110
4/19/2018WEAVER(R)@ CHICAGO CUBSLESTER(L)5-8L1107 ovO56014103
4/20/2018WACHA(R)CINCINNATIFINNEGAN(L)4-2W-2008.5 ovU8110960
4/21/2018MARTINEZ(R)CINCINNATIBAILEY(R)4-3W-2208 ovU8607101
4/22/2018MIKOLAS(R)CINCINNATICASTILLO(R)9-2W-1457.5 evO1281540
4/24/2018WEAVER(R)NY METSWHEELER(R)5-6L-1808 evO1080660
5/2/2018 CHI WHITE SOX  
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.
ST LOUIS: 2017 83-79, third place
MANAGER Mike Matheny (seventh season)
ADDITIONS: LF Marcell Ozuna, RHP Miles Mikolas, RHP Luke Gregerson, RHP Bud Norris, INF-OF Yairo Munoz
SUBTRACTIONS: RHP Lance Lynn, OF Stephen Piscotty, OF Randal Grichuk, RHP Seung-hwan Oh, RHP Juan Nicasio, SS Aledmys Diaz, RHP Trevor Rosenthal
OUTLOOK: The Cardinals have had one losing season since the start of the century, but they are facing immense pressure from fans after finishing behind the Cubs and Brewers in 2017. St. Louis missed the playoffs for a second consecutive year, the first time that's happened since 2007-2008. For the Cardinals to snap that postseason "drought," they'll need bounce-back seasons from several players -- including a healthy Wainwright on the mound and Carpenter at the plate. Few expect the Cardinals to cede the NL Central title to Chicago for a third consecutive year without putting up a fight, but St. Louis will need Ozuna and Pham to produce as expected. If they do, and the Cardinals can bring along their reworked pitching staff, the potential for a return to the playoffs is there.
Cardinals, slumping Ozuna face Mets again

It was the kind of situation for which the St. Louis Cardinals acquired Marcell Ozuna.

With the game tied at 5, two on and one out in the bottom of the ninth, Ozuna stepped to the plate with a chance to produce the game-winning hit. Instead, Ozuna bounced into a 5-4-3 double play to force extra innings Tuesday night, and the Cardinals lost to the New York Mets 6-5 in the 10th inning.

It capped an 0-for-5 night that made Ozuna, who drove in 124 runs for Miami last year, 1-for-his-last-23. It dropped his average to .233, but it doesn't sound like St. Louis manager Mike Matheny is planning to bench him for Wednesday night's matchup with New York in Busch Stadium.

"He's going to be fine," Matheny said of Ozuna. "Borderline pitches are getting him into bad counts and he's trying to make it up all at once. He's just trying to find the feel for his swing. Nobody's immune to (slumps). He can flat hit."

Ozuna, who was batting .328 before his skid, has two homers and 11 RBIs. One way he could help himself is to improve his walk-to-strikeout ratio. He has three walks and 23 punchouts in his 20 games this season.

Ozuna has always been an aggressive hitter, sometimes to a fault. But he reined that in somewhat last year, drawing a career-high 64 walks. That was the first time in his career he had drawn more than 43 walks, and his .312 average was 43 points higher than his previous career best.

While Ozuna's ninth-inning failure ended a promising rally, it wasn't the only frustrating moment for St. Louis (13-9). Cardinals pitchers walked eight hitters, with four scoring, and coughed up a 4-1 lead.

"Any time you have a three-run lead and can't hold on to it," Matheny said, "that's going to hurt. You've just got to move on."

The Cardinals will try to move on behind Michael Wacha (3-1, 4.22 ERA), who has won three straight since absorbing a 6-2 loss to the Mets on March 31 in New York. Wacha posted a 4-2 win Friday night over Cincinnati, allowing only one run on six hits over 6 2/3 innings with a walk and three strikeouts.

The big right-hander is 4-2 with a 2.70 earned run average in six career starts against New York, including a complete-game shutout last July at Citi Field.

Left-hander Steven Matz (1-1, 4.42) gets the call for New York (15-6), looking to avenge a 5-1 loss to St. Louis on April 1, when he allowed three runs on four hits and three walks in four innings. Matz is coming off a no-decision on April 18 in an 11-5 win over Washington, when he gave up three hits and three runs in four innings.

Matz is 0-2 with an 8.64 ERA in two career starts against the Cardinals.

The Mets displayed more of their early-season resilience on Tuesday in overcoming a three-run deficit, finally taking the lead for good on Jay Bruce's solo shot in the 10th inning.

"You work, you prepare and you try to give yourself a chance to be successful," Bruce said. "I was fortunate to learn that at a young age. You're never really at a finish line, in my opinion."

Last Updated: 1/21/2019 8:04:43 PM EST

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