Matz gave up one run on two hits and one walk while striking out five through six innings in a no-decision against the Braves on Wednesday.
Matz ran into a little trouble in the second frame, but he didn't allow a baserunner otherwise. In an odd move, Matz was removed 79 pitches into a nice performance after hitting for himself in the top of the seventh inning. The 28-year-old has a 4.33 ERA and 109 strikeouts through 22 starts this season. Matz will make his next start Tuesday against the Indians at Citi Field.
Matz (7-7) allowed two runs on seven hits with two walks and seven strikeouts across 6.2 innings to earn a victory against the Marlins on Wednesday.
Other than the rough start his last time on the mound, Matz has pitched very well since the beginning of July. In five outings since the All-Star break, Matz is 2-1 with a 3.38 ERA. He improved back to the .500 mark with his win Wednesday, and Matz owns a 4.49 ERA, 1.40 WHIP and 104 strikeouts in 110.1 innings this season. He will make his next start Wednesday at the Braves.
Matz (6-7) took the loss after surrendering five runs on six hits and a walk while striking out four over 3.2 innings Friday against the Pirates.
Matz cruised through three scoreless innings to begin his day, but the Pirates pounced for five runs in the fourth inning and managed to chase the lefty from the contest. The 28-year-old was coming off a complete-game shutout in his last start, though he didn't have the same deadly stuff this time around. He owns a 4.60 ERA and 1.40 WHIP with 97 strikeouts over 103.2 innings this season for the Mets.
Matz (6-6) allowed five hits with no walks and seven strikeouts in a complete-game shutout against the Pirates on Saturday.
This was definitely Matz's best outing of the season. Other than relief appearances, he only had one outing this year where he allowed zero runs before Saturday, but Matz does possess a 1.80 ERA in his last five appearances. Overall, he owns a 4.32 ERA, 1.38 WHIP and 93 strikeouts in 100 innings this season. Matz will look to keep his scoreless innings streak going against the Pirates again during his next start Friday.
Matz allowed two runs on six hits and a walk over six innings Sunday, striking out six during a no-decision in the loss to the Giants.
After bouncing around between the starting rotation and the bullpen, Marx posted his longest outing since June 14. The 28-year-old has allowed four runs in 10 innings since rejoining the rotation after the All-Star break. He'll carry a 4.75 ERA into Saturday's home start against the Pirates.
Matz allowed two runs on five hits with one walk and two strikeouts across four innings during a no-decision against the Twins on Tuesday.
Matz was on a 80-pitch limit and ended up throwing 68 pitches in four frames. The pitch count meant a high probability for a no-decision, which is exactly what happened. Matz hasn't recorded a decision since June 24. He is 5-6 with a 4.87 ERA, 1.48 WHIP and 80 strikeouts in 85 innings this season. Hopefully he won't be on such a restrictive pitch count in his next start Sunday at the Giants.
Matz won't throw more than 80 pitches in his start Tuesday against the Twins, Matt Ehalt of Yahoo Sports reports.
Matz hasn't started a game since June 29 and hasn't pitched five innings since June 19, so it's not particularly surprising to see him on a pitch count. The short hook hurts Matz's chance at a win and hurts his chances of recording a high strikeout total.
Matz is scheduled to rejoin the starting rotation Tuesday against the Twins, Tim Healey of Newsday reports.
Coming out of the All-Star break, Matz had been in line to make his first start of the second half Wednesday in the series finale in Minnesota, but he'll be moved up a day in the schedule after Zack Wheeler (shoulder) was surprisingly moved to the 10-day injured list. While Matz won't face a different opponent as a result of the change, he'll now line up for a two-start week, with his second turn set to come Sunday in San Francisco.
Matz will rejoin the Mets rotation and start Wednesday against the Twins in Minnesota, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports.
Due to a slew of off days leading up to the All-Star break, the Mets shortened their rotation to four men earlier this month, resulting in Matz shifting to the bullpen. Manager Mickey Callaway suggested that the lefty wasn't a lock to return to the rotation when a fifth starter was first required in the second half, but the Mets' lack of appealing, MLB-ready alternatives will allow Matz to earn another look as the team's fifth starter. Matz owns a 4.89 ERA across 81 innings this season, with a 5.37 FIP and an elevated home-run rate suggesting that his struggles can't be chalked up to a rash of bad luck.
Matz will pitch out of the bullpen until the All-Star Game and may remain a reliever to start the second half of the season, Tim Healey of Newsday reports.
It initially looked like the Mets skipped Matz's upcoming outing in an effort to give Zack Wheeler a two-start week, though Matz has struggled to a 7.36 ERA in June (29.1 innings), putting his spot in the rotation in jeopardy. Skipper Mickey Calaway has yet to decide what role Matz will take on following the Midsummer Classic, per Mike Mazzeo of Yahoo Sports.
The Mets will skip Matz's next scheduled start Saturday against the Phillies, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports.
Matz was on track to toe the rubber one final time prior to the All-Star break, but New York will roll with Noah Syndergaard on Saturday and Zack Wheeler on Sunday to close out the first half of the season. Per DiComo, manager Mickey Callaway said that he expects Matz to return to the rotation after the All-Star break, though he wouldn't firmly commit to the lefty reclaiming his usual starting role.
Matz struck out three and allowed two runs on three hits and zero walks over two innings in a no-decision against the Braves on Saturday.
Matz gave up two first-inning runs on an Ozzie Albies single, but bounced back to retire the side in order in the second. After the game was delayed by rain for 70 minutes, Matz was replaced by Chris Mazza after just 27 pitches. The 28-year-old now holds a 4.95 ERA and a 1.46 WHIP and is lined up to face the Phillies at home next Saturday.
Matz (5-6) took the loss Monday as the Mets fell 13-7 to the Phillies, coughing up seven runs on 10 hits -- including three home runs -- and three walks over 4.1 innings while striking out one.
The two teams combined for eight long balls on the night, with Matz getting taken deep twice in the first inning and again in the fifth. Homers have been a major issue for the southpaw this season, and he now carries a career-worst 2.1 HR/9 to go along with his 4.85 ERA. He'll try to turn things around Sunday in a home start against Atlanta.
Matz (5-5) allowed five earned runs on six hits and four walks while striking out two across five innings to take the loss Wednesday against the Braves.
Matz had allowed only two earned runs and two hits through five innings of work. However, he surrendered four consecutive hits to begin the sixth frame -- three of which went for extra bases -- ruining his outing. After whiffing at least five batters in each of his last five starts, Matz also failed to miss many bats, generating just 10 swinging strikes. He'll look to get back on track in his next start, but he'll draw a tough road matchup against the Phillies.
Matz allowed four runs (three earned) on three hits with six strikeouts and two walks across six innings during a no-decision against the Cardinals on Friday.
The Mets have pushed Matz to the limit his last two starts, as he's thrown a total of 233 pitches. He tossed 72 of his 113 pitches for strikes Friday and recorded 11 swinging strikes. The Mets offense didn't support Matz enough to get him the win, but they bailed him out with some late runs, so he avoided the loss. He remains 5-4 with a 3.93 ERA, 1.33 WHIP and 72 strikeouts in 68.2 innings this season. His next outing is scheduled against the Braves on the road Wednesday.
Matz (5-4) picked up the win Saturday, giving up three runs (two earned) on six hits and two walks over six innings while striking out a season-high 10.
The southpaw fanned five of the first seven batters he faced en route to his sixth quality start of the season. Matz needed 120 pitches (77 strikes) to get the job done, and he now sports a 3.88 ERA and 66:20 K:BB through 62.2 innings. With the Mets having an off day Wednesday, he'll be able to pick up some extra rest before taking the mound again next Friday, at home against the Cardinals.
Matz (4-4) took the loss against Arizona on Sunday, completing six innings and giving up five runs on eight hits and two walks while striking out five.
Matz was victimized by a pair of Arizona home runs to fall behind 3-0 in the first inning, then allowed an additional two runs to cross the plate in the fifth. While the lefty has posted a dominant 1.50 ERA at home this year, Sunday's loss dropped him to 2-4 with a 5.79 ERA on the road. He'll be back at home to face the Rockies on Saturday in his next scheduled start.
Matz (4-3) took the win versus the Dodgers on Tuesday, tossing six innings and giving up two runs on four hits and three walks while striking out six.
Matz exited the game locked in a 2-2 tie but was rewarded for his efforts with a win after the Mets scored four runs in the top of the seventh inning. He gave up a mammoth home run to MVP frontrunner Cody Bellinger in the third inning but otherwise managed to keep the Dodgers off the scoreboard to earn his first victory since the end of April. The lefty leads all Mets starters with a 3.55 ERA in spite of a mediocre 1.34 WHIP. He'll face the Diamondbacks on Sunday in his next scheduled start.
Matz allowed one earned run on 10 hits and two walks while striking out seven across six innings Thursday against the Nationals. He did not factor into the decision.
Matz worked out of trouble for most of the day as he allowed multiple baserunners in four of the six innings he pitched. Still, he managed to limit the damage by inducing two double plays and also generating timely strikeouts. While the results were strong, his swinging strikes indicate that he wasn't particularly deceptive, especially when combined with the fact that he allowed 12 baserunners. Regardless, he'll look to keep the relatively positive results going in his next start, currently scheduled for Tuesday at the Dodgers.
Matz (3-3) took the loss against the Marlins on Saturday by allowing two runs on five hits across 3.2 innings. He struck out six and walked two.
Matz was on a limited workload in his return from a forearm injury and was unable to finish the fourth inning despite throwing 81 pitches. He would have had trouble picking up the win regardless with the Mets registering only one hit. Matz had a 2.89 ERA, 1.07 WHIP and 13:3 K:BB in his last three starts before landing on the injured list, and he'll look to regain that form Thursday versus the Nationals.
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