The New York Mets (46-53) look to snap a three game losing streak Tuesday night as they continue their series with the Seattle Mariners (53-46) at Safeco Field. First pitch is scheduled for 10:10 PM EST. Seattle took the opener 5-2, pounding out fourteen hits against Jon Niese and the Met bullpen.
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Mets Starting Lineup
- LF Eric Young Jr.
- 2B Daniel Murphy
- 3B David Wright
- 1B Lucas Duda
- DH Bobby Abreu
- C Travis d'Arnaud
- RF Kirk Nieuwenhuis
- CF Juan Lagares
- SS Ruben Tejada
Jacob deGrom (3-5, 3.18) starts for the Mets, making his first Interleague appearance of his career. deGrom has been electric in his last two starts, going 2-0 with a 0.64 ERA while striking out nineteen batters in fourteen innings of work.
Erasmo Ramírez (1-4, 4.58) will make his first start since June 24 after being recalled from AAA Tacoma Tuesday afternoon. The southpaw has posted a 2-4 record with a 4.12 ERA across two separate AAA stints this season.
- Former Mets hero Endy Chavez will start in right field and bat leadoff for the Mariners on Tuesday. Chavez is batting .262 with one homer and 10 RBI in 41 games this season.
- He's joined on the M's roster by former Met starter Chris Young (not to be confused with the current Mets outfielder) who spent parts of the 2011 and 2012 seasons in Queens. The towering veteran hurler has an 8-6 record this season with a 3.22 ERA but will not face the Mets in this series.
- Former Yankee Robinson Cano has earned his massive ten year/$240M contract that he signed last winter so far, batting a team high .334 with seven homers and 57 RBI. Cano went 1-for-4 with a double and a strikeout in the series opener Monday night.
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