Logan Verrett has pitched 13 innings, allowing 11 hits, 3 walks and striking out 5 in his two starts.
Drake Britton has gone 9 IP, 8 hits, 2 BB, 9 K this year. In 2012 with Portland he struck out 76 and walked 38 over 84.2 IP
In his first two starts Hansel Robles has put up 7 K, 2 BB and 10 hits over 9.2 IP.
In his last start Felipe Rivero struck out 5 and walked none, 7 hits, 3 runs over 5 IP. Last year in low A he struck out 98 and walked 29 in 113
Luis Cessa went 6.2 in his only start so far, giving up 7 hits 1 walk and striking out 5. In his last three games Kevin Plawecki is 2 for 12 rut with 2 doubles and a K after his hot start.
In two starts Ramon Del Orbe has struck out 8, walked none and allowed 14 hits, which thanks to 2 well timed homers is good for 8 runs in 9 IP.
In his last start Dan Straily beat Tacoma with 9 K, 0 BB, and 4 hits over 5.2 IP. In his previous start he pitched for the A’s and beat the Astros striking out 11 and walking 0 with 7 hits, letting in 2 runs over 6.2 IP before being demoted to make room for Bartolo Colon. LOLA’s or LOLAstros? I’m not sure which… Colin McHugh has been the stabilizer for the 51’s rotation, striking out 12, with 1 walk and allowing 8 hits in 12.1 IP. The rest of the Vegas rotation has averaged 4.1 IP causing the pen to make 39 appearances in the first 12 games. With the snowy nonsense going on Colorado the Mets could look to limit McHughs outing should they need another SP against the Nationals.