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The Mets! The damn METS! I know every fan is inclined to be skeptical, but damn, this team has been fun to watch. Marte might be out for the regular season, and New York has no plans of slowing down without him as they have made what’s been a miserable season more miserable for the Pittsburgh Pirates. The Brewers come into this series hotter than your Grandma’s Shepherd’s pie, winning seven of their last ten, including five of their last six. Milwaukee is still a game and a half behind in the wild card race, so they are jonesing for a few wins at home. When these teams met in June, the Mets won two games in the three-game series behind great performances from their starters.
New York’s starter to open up this series? Just a guy named Max Scherzer, not a big deal. On average, the Mets score 4.68 runs per night. On the road, that number goes to 4.85. The last time Max Scherzer allowed that many runs in an outing, he wasn’t a pitcher for the Mets. The most thrilling thing for New York these past few weeks has been the emergence of Eduardo Escobar. While some fans know him as easy out Escobar, he’s been a monster of late, hitting 393 in September. With Escobar finally contributing, every bat in the Mets’ lineup is competent. For the love of God, they have arguably three guys in the NL MVP conversation. I think New York will stop the Brewers in their tracks. Take the Mets to win and be sure to take advantage of the closest thing to free money without having to sell your body.