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I’m reasonably confident that the Mets can take care of business here because…the Phillies don’t have Joc Pederson on their team. In all seriousness, the Mets will be facing the meat and potatoes of Philadelphia’s pitching staff which won’t be an easy task. The upside? The Mets statistically have one of the best starting rotations in baseball. As it currently stands, the Mets are fifth in run differential, second in hits per game, and third in opponent-strikeout-percentage.
After what we can deem as an atrocious series in San Francisco, I think the Mets have a chance to win two at home. For all we know, maybe these guys are afraid of cities in a perpetual state of anarchy? Pete Alonso should bounce back, Eduardo Escobar should be able to ride this hot streak, and for the love of God, this bullpen just needs to play A LITTLE bit better. Look, I know you guys are the most pessimistic fans in sports for a good reason, but if there’s one thing you can’t deny about the Metropolitans, it’s that they own the Phillies this year. The Mets have somehow given Philadelphia the disease that they carried for so long. Symptoms include: having one of the best players in baseball with nothing to show for it, terrible situational hitting, and bullpen collapses that make the last years of the Roman Empire look good. Take the Mets.