New York Mets

After the experiencing the deflation that was Matt Harvey on Sunday night the New York Mets welcome in the pitiful Atlanta Braves for three.

National League
New York Mets (84-65) vs Atlanta Braves (60-90)
Citi Field, Flushing, New York

  • Game 1, Monday, 7:10 PM on SPSO, SNY
    • Niese (8-10, 4.31) – Miller (5-15, 3.00)
  • Game 2, Tuesday, 7:10 PM on SPSO, SNY
    • Verrett (1-1, 2.89) – Wisler (5-8, 5.63)
  • Game 3, Wednesday, 7:10 PM on SPSO, SNY
    • Colon (14-12, 4.15) – Perez (6-6, 5.16)

By Robby Sabo

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There’s no doubt about how upset New York Mets manager Terry Collins is.

After the debacle that was Matt Harvey’s five stellar innings on Sunday night against the Yankees, a visibly frustrated Collins addressed the media with only message in mind: We now move forward.

Forward is a good thing for this club as arguably the worst team in the land will be coming into Citi Field for three games in the Atlanta Braves.


Lefty Jon Niese will take the ball from the fuming Collins and oppose the hard-luck Shelby Miller.

New York is certainly hoping Niese can turn things around tonight. Over his last four starts he’s posted an awful 10.53 ERA.

Via Associated Press:

“He certainly had much better command and made pitches when he had to,” Collins said. “Hopefully that is what you’re going to see from him the rest of the way.”

First pitch from Flushing will come your way at 7:10 PM ET.

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