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Zack Wheeler

SP | New York Mets
Bats / Throws: L / R
Age: 28 (1990-05-30)
Ht / Wt: 6'4" / 195 lbs.

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6 days agoThe New York Mets dropped their second consecutive game in Philadelphia Wednesday afternoon, but it wasn't because of starting pitcher Zack Wheeler. The 28-year-old went seven innings, allowing just three runs on five hits and three walks. Two home runs were responsible for the final two runs he allowed, as his offense failed to get going until the latter stages of the ballgame. The loss moves Wheeler's record to 1-2 while his ERA now stands at 6.35. His next start is scheduled for Tuesday, once again against the Phillies, but this time at Citi Field.--Ricky Delgado - RotoBaller
Source: Anthony DiComo Twitter


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  • @AnthonyDiComo: Mets Game 23 of 162, vs. PHI
    Tuesday, April 23, 7:10 p.m.
    vs. RHP Zack Eflin:

    Nimmo CF
    Alonso 1B
    Canó 2B
  • @SteveGelbs: Another step forward today for Zack Wheeler. Had his best curveball of the season, a pitch that he had deemed “kind…
    Posted 6 days ago
  • @AnthonyDiComo: It was not without its issues, but overall, a solid effort and another step forward today from Zack Wheeler, who de…
    Posted 6 days ago
  • @NYPost_Mets: Solid work today by Zack Wheeler. Three runs over seven innings, kept the Mets in the game and gave the bullpen a breather.
    Posted 6 days ago
  • @AnthonyDiComo: RT @adamgfisher: Wilson Ramos can hit. That is why he was signed. But watch Travis receive today for Wheeler and you see the difference. Mu…
    Posted 6 days ago
  • @AnthonyDiComo: Zack Wheeler's walk problem has evolved into a homer problem. He gave up one to Scott Kingery in the fifth, and ano…
    Posted 6 days ago
  • @NYPost_Mets: RT @adamgfisher: Wilson Ramos can hit. That is why he was signed. But watch Travis receive today for Wheeler and you see the difference. Mu…
    Posted 6 days ago
  • @AnthonyDiComo: Scott Kingery takes Zack Wheeler deep, and the Mets' offense is doing nothing to support its starting pitcher. We'l…
    Posted 6 days ago
  • @Metstradamus: Wheeler starting to go off the rails. Walks killing him, and soft hits are no help. He can go six if he has a clean…
    Posted 6 days ago
  • @AnthonyDiComo: Zack Wheeler's rate of 6.87 walks per nine innings (as of this moment) is third-worst in the National League behind…
    Posted 6 days ago
  • @Metstradamus: The walk to Cesar Hernandez was key in that inning, but credit to Hernandez for that. Wheeler did good to navigate…
    Posted 6 days ago
  • @AnthonyDiComo: Zack Wheeler practices some damage control in the second inning, loading the bases but allowing his lone run on a M…
    Posted 6 days ago
  • @AnthonyDiComo: RT @_dadler: Zack Wheeler took a little off his fastball, sat around 96-97 mph in the 1st, and had much-improved control.…
    Posted 6 days ago
  • @Metstradamus: Great first inning for Wheeler. Maybe overstating, but this is a huge, huge start for Wheeler and New York (NL).
    Posted 6 days ago
  • @NYPost_Mets: Wednesday, April 17
    at Philadelphia

    Jeff McNeil – LF
    Pete Alonso – 1B
    Robinson Canó – 2B
    Michael Conforto – RF
    Posted 6 days ago
  • @AnthonyDiComo: Mets Game 18 of 162, @ PHI
    Wednesday, April 17, 1:05 p.m.

    McNeil LF
    Alonso 1B
    Canó 2B
    Conforto RF
    J.D. Davis 3B
    Posted 6 days ago

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  1. Pete Alonso (1B)
  2. Andres Gimenez (SS)
  3. Jarred Kelenic (OF)
  4. Ronny Mauricio (SS)
  5. Mark Vientos (3B)
  6. David Peterson (SP)
  7. Shervyen Newton (SS)
  8. Thomas Szapucki (SP)
  9. Anthony Kay (SP)
  10. Simeon Woods Richardson (SP)

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