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Steven Matz

SP | New York Mets
Bats / Throws: R / L
Age: 27 (1991-05-29)
Ht / Wt: 6'2" / 200 lbs.

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3 days agoAfter allowing eight runs and not recording a single out his last time out, New York Mets pitcher Steven Matz took on the Phillies once again, but the results were drastically different. The New York native went six innings Monday, allowing just one run on three hits, striking out six for the quality start and win. It was a complete reversal and the fact that it happened against the same opponent speaks volumes about Matz's psyche. This is the first start this week for the 27-year-old, who'll make his next appearance on Sunday against the Milwaukee Brewers.--Ricky Delgado - RotoBaller
Source: Anthony DiComo Twitter


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  • @Metstradamus: RT @AnthonyDiComo: Steven Matz talks about his newfound focus on the mental aspect of baseball, and how that helped him bounce back today.…
    Posted 2 days ago
  • @AnthonyDiComo: "He kind of just picked up where he left off before."

    Steven Matz considered his eight-run blowup the exception, n…
    Posted 2 days ago
  • @AnthonyDiComo: Six days after failing to record an out, Matz pulls a 180 against the Phillies:
    Posted 2 days ago
  • @AnthonyDiComo: Steven Matz talks about his newfound focus on the mental aspect of baseball, and how that helped him bounce back to…
    Posted 2 days ago
  • @AnthonyDiComo: The final: Mets 5, Phillies 1
    The star: Steven Matz
    The stat: McNeil 2/3, HR (1)
    The streak: W1
    The record: 12-10
    Posted 2 days ago
  • @SteveGelbs: Important bounce back tonight for Steven Matz. His last start was a disaster, no doubt, but his other four have bee…
    Posted 2 days ago
  • @AnthonyDiComo: A strong rebound start for Steven Matz, who produced this line:

    6 IP, 3 H, 1 ER, 2 BB, 6 K, 99 pitches.

    In his la…
    Posted 2 days ago
  • @AnthonyDiComo: Steven Matz finds some trouble in the third inning, allowing the first two men to reach base. A bunt, a strikeout a…
    Posted 2 days ago
  • @AnthonyDiComo: Last time out, Steven Matz allowed eight runs and did not record an out.

    This time? He buzzes through a perfect fi…
    Posted 2 days ago
  • @AnthonyDiComo: Mets Game 22 of 162, vs. PHI
    Monday, April 22, 7:10 p.m.
    RHP Jake Arrieta:

    Nimmo LF
    McNeil 2B
    Alonso 1B
    Conforto R…
    Posted 3 days ago
  • @AnthonyDiComo: RT @ToddZolecki: I’ll be on The Rundown on @MLBNetwork in a few minutes with @AnthonyDiComo talking about the #Phillies and #Mets series b…
    Posted 3 days ago
  • @Metstradamus: RT @blazer5648: @mlbbowman @Metstradamus Braves get him I boycott Citi Field this year. Mets need a starter since Vargas can't get anyone…
    Posted 1 week ago
  • @NYPost_Mets: Mets are also toying with the possibility - if deGrom still isn’t feeling well Saturday - of bringing back Matz on…
    Posted 1 week ago
  • @AnthonyDiComo: "These happen from time to time. Not very often. These are rough ones."

    Steven Matz blew up for eight runs on Tues…
    Posted 1 week ago
  • @AnthonyDiComo: Steven Matz couldn't record an out in the first inning Tuesday. For the Mets, it was not pretty.

    Posted 1 week ago
  • @AnthonyDiComo: Steven Matz called tonight "a poor effort." He breaks it down here:
    Posted 1 week ago
  • @AnthonyDiComo: The final: Phillies 14, Mets 3
    The goat: Steven Matz
    The stat: 5.62 rotation ERA
    The streak: L1
    The record: 10-7
    Posted 1 week ago
  • @AnthonyDiComo: Drew Gagnon won't love the six runs on his line, but he did the Mets a huge solid throwing 97 pitches on three days…
    Posted 1 week ago
  • @PSLToFlushing: @martinonyc How about Matz, Andy?
    Posted 1 week ago
  • @SteveGelbs: The Phillies are tattooing balls all over the park tonight. Steven Matz exits down 8-0...without recording a single out. Wow.
    Posted 1 week ago
  • @AnthonyDiComo: Maikel Franco just blasted a three-run homer to the deepest part of Citizens Bank Park. And that's all for Steven M…
    Posted 1 week ago
  • @Metstradamus: 6.48 ERA in the first inning for Matz's career. Sigh.
    Posted 1 week ago
  • @AnthonyDiComo: Steven Matz's first inning has gone thusly:

    -Hit batsman
    -Two-run double
    -Three-run homer

    Phillies 5,…
    Posted 1 week ago
  • @AnthonyDiComo: Steven Matz just drilled Bryce Harper on his left wrist with a 93-mph fastball, inciting the boos of thousands at C…
    Posted 1 week ago
  • @NYPost_Mets: Tuesday, April 16
    at Philadelphia

    Brandon Nimmo – CF
    Pete Alonso – 1B
    Robinson Canó – 2B
    Michael Conforto – RF
    Posted 1 week 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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