Contributions from surprisingly effective starting pitchers Colin Rea and Julio Teheran have helped keep it Milwaukee Brewers At the top of the National League Central standings
New York Mets Time may be over for someone like David Peterson to provide similar encouragement.
brewers Will try to continue a successful road trip when I visit Reeling Tuesday night mets in the second game of the four-match series
Teheran (2-2, 1.53 ERA) is about to start brewers Peterson (1-6, 8.08), who will be promoted from Triple-A Syracuse to make his first start mets from 15 may
Reed earned the win on Monday, tossing 6 1/3 innings and pitching a three-hitter with a trio of relievers. brewers edged out mets 2-1
Joey Wiemer’s two-run homer in the sixth inning set the Rays up for their fourth win of the season – or three more wins than in 10 major league games from 2017–21. His 13 starts rank third brewersWho has got only two starts this season from Brandon Woodruff (shoulder)
Milwaukee manager Craig Council said of Reed, “He’s definitely come a long way.” brewers, their Triple-A affiliate in Nashville, and the Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks in Japan. “He’s been really important to us, he’s held us together, kept our rotation together despite some of our injuries.
Teheran, who has 80 major league wins but spent last season pitching in Mexico and the independent Atlantic League, has been an even bigger surprise brewers Since signing as a free agent in late May
The right-hander has pitched at least five innings in all six of his starts and surrendered just 33 baserunners in 35 1/3 frames. He did not contribute to the decision after pitching five scoreless innings in Milwaukee’s 5–1 loss to the Arizona Diamondbacks on Wednesday.
Is 10-9 with a 2.98 ERA in 29 career games (28 starts) against Tehran mets
Peterson was expected to begin the season as rotation depth at Triple-A Syracuse before injuries to Justin Verlander, Carlos Carrasco and José Quintana forced him to take regular turns. mets During the first month and a half. However, he gave up at least four runs in six starts, and he has the highest ERA of any pitcher making at least eight starts this year.
10 games expanded in as many days for reeling mets — who has gone 6-16 this month and moved into fourth place in the NL East and 12th overall in the NL — created the need for a spot starter and another opportunity for Peterson.
“Some people get the ERA for the season, some people look at the last two starts, some people look at who you’ve been playing with,” mets said manager Buck Showalter. “We looked at all those things. And the conclusion was that (Petersen) was the best option.
Peterson posted a 4.86 ERA while going 1–2 in six starts at Syracuse. The left-handed batsman gave away three runs in six innings against Durham on Wednesday.
Peterson is 0-1 with a 10.38 ERA in three games (two starts) against brewers, He allowed five runs on five hits and five strikeouts with five walks over four innings without a decision on April 5 at Milwaukee.
–Field Level Media