B-Mets Hit The Road For Six Straight
The Binghamton Mets hope to get better pitching as they hit the road for six straight games beginning tonight in Harrisburg. Erie roughed up the B-Mets top two starting pitchers in the last two games..
Rafael Montero surrendered ten runs on ten hits in an 11-4 loss to the SeaWolves Wednesday night and Logan Verrett was ripped for six runs on eight hits in a 9-1 loss last night. Verrett suffered his first loss of the season and is now 4-1.
Right-hander Jacob deGrom gets the start on the mound tonight for the B-Mets. It will be his fourth Double-A start this season. In his last outing he got a no-decision against the Akron Aeros. He will be opposed by another righty...Blake Treinen who is looking for his third win of the season.
The B-Mets continue the series in Harrisburg tomorrow night at 7 PM and then play Sunday at 2 PM. Binghamton will travel to Trenton for three 7:05 games next Monday through Wednesday.
Airtime for tonight's game is 6:45 with Tim Heiman on News Radio 1290 WNBF.