Thursday, December 2 2021

Marcus Stroman has been the Mets most consistent starter but after not pitching for seven days, his mechanics weren’t where they needed to be in the 6-3 loss to the Red Sox. Stroman: ‘It’s kind of been tough my whole career, I’ve kind of battled every time you get that extra rest, it’s hard to have your mechanics where they need to be’. He also credited the potent Boston lineup, saying, ‘they’re good man, one through nine, there’s no easy outs’.

Source: Yahoo Sports


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