Logan Verrett

#35 RP / N.Y. Mets / EXP: 1YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 190 lb Age: 25 College: None Bats/Throws R/R

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    • Mets pitcher Logan Verrett to start Thursday
      By RotoWire Staff

      Mets pitcher Logan Verrett will make another start Thursday against the Phillies, Jared Diamond of the Wall Street Journal reports. Verrett will remain a member of the rotation for the season's final week as the Mets transition Jon Niese to a bullpen role. Though he was tagged for four runs in five innings in his outing last week, Verrett remains an intriguing spot-start option in daily and season-long formats due to the matchup with the Phillies, who have provided little offensive production in the second half.

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    • Mets pitcher Logan Verrett will make another start Thursday against the Phillies, Jared Diamond of the Wall Street Journal reports. Verrett will remain a member of the rotation for the season's final week as the Mets transition Jon Niese to a bullpen role. Though he was tagged for four runs in five innings in his outing last week, Verrett remains an intriguing spot-start option in daily and season-long formats due to the matchup with the Phillies, who have provided little offensive production in the second half.

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    • Mets starter Jacob deGrom will be skipped in the rotation Tuesday with Logan Verrett getting the nod in his place, ESPN New York reports. deGrom has a 6.41 ERA and .330 opponent batting average over his past five starts. The Mets believe that fatigue has resulted in a change in his release point, resulting in a loss in his normal pinpoint control, as his pitches have drifted up in the strike zone. The hope is that by skipping a start, it will relieve the fatigue and allow deGrom to close the season out strong. Verrett started in place of Matt Harvey on Monday and now gets another opportunity to replace a core member of the team's rotation. He went five innings Monday and should be able to go longer if needed Tuesday.

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    • Making another spot start for the Mets, rookie pitcher Logan Verrett was sharp Monday night against the Marlins. The young right-hander allowed one run on three hits over five innings. He was lifted for a pinch hitter in the bottom of the fifth with the score tied 1-1, so he did not earn a decision in the 4-3 victory. For the second time in a month, Verrett was making a start in place of Matt Harvey. And both times Verrett pitched effectively. It remains to be seen if Verrett will make another start this season, or if he will be primarily used out of the bullpen for the Mets down the stretch.

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    • The Mets are tentatively set to go with pitcher Logan Verrett to start Monday's game against the Marlins, reports MLB.com. Verrett went 1-1 with a 3.06 ERA over 32 1/3 innings earlier this season. Verrett will take Matt Harvey's turn in the rotation with the Mets going with a six-man rotation. General manager Sandy Alderson said he would prefer Harvey start two more games during the regular season, reports NJ.com.

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    2015 NYM 18 4 47.7 1 2 1 39 15 34 3.58 1.02
    TOTAL 18 4 47.7 1 2 1 39 15 34 3.58 1.02

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