Mets Led By Pitcher Noah Syndergaard on the Road Predicted to Beat the Nationals

Mon, Sep 2, 2019 | Emma Botos


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September 2, 2019 -- On the road, the Mets take the Nationals for a 74.31% likelihood to win based on the Snoozle MLB model.

Likely starting pitcher for the Mets, Noah Syndergaard, will be paired with the hosting Nationals's pitcher Joe Ross. The Snoozle model estimates the Mets pitcher will have an outing for 6.601 innings, allowing 2.171 earned runs, with 2.513 walks. The Nationals starting hurler is predicted to throw for 19.443 outs, allow 3.805 earned runs, and a 0.002 probability of a complete game.

Expected in today's lineup will be top hitters Jeff McNeil and Anthony Rendon from Mets and Nationals, respectively. The Mets's Jeff McNeil from the plate is forecast to score 1.149 runs, 0.756 RBIs and have a 0.449 OBP. Anthony Rendon is forecast to bat for 0.304 with 0.635 RBIs and 0.708 runs scored.

With -110 money line odds and a estimated 74.31% likelihood to win, the best value is on the Mets over the Nationals. With an over/under of 9.5 runs, according to our model the over is best value based its 61.97% over likelihood and -110 odds.

Posted at Mon, September 2, 2019 13:04:47 UTC