Meets Morning News August 2, 2022

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One day after falling 19 injuries in Miami, the Mets collected 13 strokes en route to a 7-3 victory over the Nationals. Unlike Sunday’s no-home game, the Mets hit two hosts, including a solo blast from Pete Alonso in the third and a three-round shot from Francisco Lindor in the sixth, which gave the team some breathing room. Brandon Nemo also collected four strokes in the win. Max Scherzer was not at his best but he shot 6 23 Effective roles as he netted his 197th win, helping the Mets win their seventh straight in the process.

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Lindor discuss fear He felt during his attack on Steve Sysch, who hit him in the helmet earlier this season. Lindor overcame his fear and ended up standing against Sheshek.

Scherzer Rate his team after winning.

Before the game, a few members of the Mets visited the Pentagon He met members of the military service.

Travis Jankowski claimed From the Seattle Mets… erm… sailors. The Mariners also signed former MIT team Jonathan Villar for a minor league deal.

Happy “Jacob deGrom’s first major league to start in over a year” to all who are celebrating. Here’s everything you need to know about the return of the ace today.

Back Showalter We talked about Whether he expects Degrom to play on a regular break after his return. The team generally seems to be an element of whether it can do this.

Dominic Smith Rehabilitation can begin mission soon, although his position on the list is complicated by the acquisition of Daniel Vogelbach.

In Tim Britton’s latest issue of This Week In Mets, he wondered what the team’s latest hotline meant to them on the trade deadline.

Anthony DiComo has identified four potential deals for the team ahead of today’s deadline.

David Lennon thinks the Mets should have it all on deadline.

With the catcher market weak, the Mets are focusing on Cubs supporter Willson Contreras.

mets Looking for a savior They are interested in Andrew Chafin and former farmer Michael Fulmer of the Tigers.

RJ Alvarez clear concessions It was transferred to Triple-A Syracuse.

While the Mets made most of their enlistment choices, they didn’t sign Third-rounder Brandon Sprott, as well as their 15th-round pick Jackson Jaha and 19th-rounder Jackson Lovech. they will get compensatory choice for sprout.

About East National League

Capture the brave Iyer Adrianza of Washington vs Trey Harris. As a corresponding step, they assign Robinson Canó to the task.

Atlanta made a big insider splash, channeling Austin Riley for the third baseman from All Star 10-year deal worth $212 million So he can torture the Mets for years to come.

Atlanta acquired Jake O’Dorrese of Houston vs. Will Smith. that they also picked up Robbie Grossman in Detroit vs Chris Anglin.

The Braves, as well as the Phillies and Blue Jays, are located in the former Met Noah Syndergaard, It may be traded today.

The Marlins fell 3-1 to the Reds.

Prior to the match, Miami reassigned Jesus Luzardo and appointed Jake Fishman to the task. They also chose to hold the Aneurys Zabala.

Juan Soto’s name is still the subject of much debate at Deadline. Cardinals appear Unwilling to give up Both Dylan Carlson and potential trade, which could hinder their ability to get the defense star.

Regardless, St. Lewis remains one of the first to reach Soto, along with the Dodgers and Padres.

Dodgers family members are also interested in Marlins rights holder Pablo Lopez.

About Major League Baseball

Keith Low participated in the MLB Top 50 odds, which included three Mets.

Jay Jaffe of Fangraphs checked out replacement level killers in DH.

The MLB Trade deadline heated up on Monday, and perhaps the biggest deal was the Padres’ selection of close-up star Josh Hader of the Brewers. break up with long distance In order to get the left diluent.

Brewers Chief of Baseball Operations David Stearns issued a statement On why the club traded their All Star as close as possible in the middle of the Pennant race.

Need some thinner after moving, Milwaukee pick up Savior Matt Bosch from Rangers vs. Marc Mathias.

The Astros were busy yesterday, acquiring Trey Mancini from Orioles and Christian Vázquez from the Red Sox. Both players were on the Mets’ radar.

Turns out it was a Mancini deal Trade of three teamswhere Baltimore received Seth Johnson and Chase McDermott, Houston acquired Mancini and Jayden Murray, and Tampa Bay acquired Jose Seri.

Boston didn’t end there, acquiring quarterback Tommy Pham from Cincinnati Player to be named and send Jake Diekman to the White Sox in exchange for catcher Reese McGuire.

After losing Luis Castillo, the Yankees replaced athletics player Frankie Montas, as well as the closest Lou Trevino, in exchange for a package of four prospects, including the Yankees’ fifth-place finisher.

The Yankees were just getting started, snapping up freshman housemate Scott Evros from the Cubs opposite Hayden Wisinski, Seventh place probability in their system.

The Bronx Bombers also made an offer to the Angels for Shohei Ohtani, but it looks like he’ll stay put for now.

Yankees Likely to trade Joey Gallo, who’s getting attention, is ahead of today’s deadline.

The Cardinals chose Novice Jose Quintana and loyal Chris Stratton of the Pirates team versus Johan Oviedo and Malcolm Nunez.

The Rays acquired Garrett Cleavinger from Dodgers in exchange for German Tapia.

Members of the royal family sent Emmanuel Rivera to the Diamondbacks in exchange for Luke Weaver.

Street. Louis specified Austin Romijn is set to return for duty with Yadier Molina.

Caleb Smith from Diamondbacks He broke his right hand “He punches something that he shouldn’t punch” according to Captain Tori Lovolo.

Tigers start pulling Skubal Out of the beginning Last night with “left forearm fatigue”.

Aaron Judge hits home no. 43 When the Yankees knocked out the Sailors 7-2.

The Guardians knocked out the Diamondbacks 6-5 in 11 rounds.

The twins also won by walking, beating the Tigers 5-3 in 10 runs.

The Orioles were easily handled by the Rangers 7-2.

The Red Sox beat the Astros 3-2 after making a deal with them.

The Royals were pressed by the White Sox 2-1.

Padres won 4-1 against the Rockies.

The Dodgers beat the Giants 8-2 to send San Francisco under the 0.500 mark.

Yesterday on Amazon Street

Allison McCaugh brought us center and pitcher counters for the week.

I’ve previewed the Team vs. Citizens series.

In episode 181 of From Complex to Queens, the crew analyzed draft signatures and trade deadlines.

This date is in Mets history

On this date in 2015, the Mets completed a sweeping Nationals campaign to jump in the tie for first place in the NL East and culminate in a thrilling weekend at Citi Field. Curtis Granderson, Daniel Murphy and Lucas Duda hit my teammates in the third inning to lead New York past Washington.

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