The National League wild-card game is set for Wednesday, and the New York Mets will host the San Francisco Giants. A spot in the NLDS will be on the line. The Mets won four of seven meetings with the Giants during the regular season.
Bumgarner and Syndergaard Square Off for Giants vs. Mets Game 1. The Giants give the ball to Madison Bumgarner, whose postseason exploits are well documented with three World Series rings, along with an NLCS and World Series MVP. He also beat the Mets and Noah Syndergaard back in May on the road. Syndergaard will try to get some revenge; his Mets had the upper hand in the regular season, winning four of seven match ups.
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The Giants go with Madison Bumgarner (15-9, 2.74 ERA), who went 7.1 innings in a 9-3 home win over the Los Angeles Dodgers in his last start. Bumgarner scattered three runs with eight hits, striking out five with a walk. Bumgarner, a former NLCS and World Series MVP as well as a three-time World Series champion, won both starts against the Mets this season, posting an ERA of 3.27. He’s tough to beat in the postseason, with a 0.60 ERA in road playoff games.
The Mets counter with Noah Syndergaard (14-9, 2.60 ERA ERA), who tossed six innings of five-hit ball in a 12-1 rout of Miami on the road in his last start. Syndergaard gave up a run and struck out eight with no walks. He split a pair of starts against the Giants with an ERA of 2.63. However, that 1-6 loss came against Bumgarner in May. The 24-year-old is 6-6 in 17 home starts with a 2.87 ERA.