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Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
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2023 1485.5 111.0 3 8 128 50 5.03 1.57
2022 2238 105.7 7 5 126 48 3.83 1.33
3y Avg. 1646.8 96.7 4 6 110 44 4.56 1.44
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  • Mets' David Peterson: Agrees to terms

    Peterson (hip) signed a one-year, $2.15 million contract with the Mets on Thursday to avoid arbitration, Joel Sherman of the New York Post reports. Peterson underwent hip surgery in November and is expected to miss roughly the first two months of the season. Despite his procedure and 5.03 ERA from a season ago, Peterson will receive a $1.4 million raise. Given the offseason additions of Sean Manaea and Adrian Houser, Peterson likely won't be guaranteed a rotation spot once healthy.
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  • Mets' David Peterson: Out 6-to-7 months after hip surgery

    Peterson underwent surgery Monday to repair the labrum in his left hip, Tim Healey of Newsday reports. The Mets noted that the procedure usually takes 6-to-7 months to recover from, which means Peterson could miss roughly the first two months of next season. It's unclear how long the hip has been bothering Peterson, but it's possible it contributed to an up-and-down 2023 season which saw the lefty hold a 5.03 ERA and 128:50 K:BB over 111 innings. The Mets had already figured to be in the market for rotation help this offseason, and this news only reinforces that notion.
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  • Mets' David Peterson: Punches out seven

    Peterson did not factor into the decision Thursday, allowing four runs on five hits and two walks over four innings against the Phillies. He struck out seven. Peterson continues to rack up impressive strikeout totals, logging 37 in his last five starts (26.2 innings). However, he'd wind up with a no-decision Thursday, allowing a pair of runs in the first inning and another two in the third, as the left-hander remains winless since July 27. Overall, Peterson is 3-8 with a 5.37 ERA, 1.60 WHIP and 120:46 K:BB across 104 innings this season. He'll likely make one more start this season, currently scheduled for next week against Miami.
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  • Mets' David Peterson: Strikes out 10

    Peterson did not factor into the decision Friday, allowing three runs (two earned) on six hits and two walks over 5.2 innings against the Reds. He struck out 10. The 10 strikeouts matched a career high for Peterson, who has reached that total on three other occasions. He pitched well, but a two-run homer by Spencer Steer in the sixth inning was Peterson's ultimate undoing as he finished one out shy of a quality start. He lowered his season ERA to 5.52 and has 113 strikeouts in 100 innings. His next start is scheduled to take place during the Mets' upcoming road trip to Miami.
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  • Mets' David Peterson: Strikes out eight in loss

    Peterson (3-8) took the loss Saturday, allowing three runs on eight hits and one walk over six innings against Minnesota. He struck out eight. Peterson hit Donovan Solano with a pitch and then gave up a single to Jorge Polanco to open the bottom of the first before fanning the next three batters to get out of the jam. However, he would go on to allow three runs over the next two frames, which would ultimately decide the contest. The lefty has now allowed at least three runs and seven hits in three of his last four outings and has not recorded a win since July 27. On a positive note, he does hold a healthy 20:4 K:BB over his last three starts.
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  • Mets' David Peterson: Four runs in no-decision

    Peterson did not factor into the decision Saturday, allowing four runs on seven hits over four innings against the Mariners. He struck out four and did not issue any walks. Peterson surrendered a solo homer in the first inning and two more runs in the third. He was removed with no outs in the fifth and a runner on base who would come around to score, giving Seattle a 4-3 lead and putting the southpaw on track for a loss until New York staged a late comeback. In six starts since rejoining the Mets' rotation Aug. 4, Peterson has posted a 4.15 ERA, 1.58 WHIP and pedestrian 27:16 K:BB across 26 innings. He tentatively lines up for a road matchup with Minnesota next weekend.
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  • Mets' David Peterson: Rebounds against Angels

    Peterson did not factor into the decision Sunday, allowing a run on three hits and three walks over seven innings in a 3-2 victory over the Angels. He struck out eight. Peterson matched a season high with eight strikeouts Sunday while shutting out the Angels until the seventh inning. It was an encouraging outing from the 27-year-old Peterson, who allowed four runs in just 4.2 innings in his last start against Atlanta. The southpaw lowered his ERA to 5.23 on the season with a 1.60 WHIP and 91:41 K:BB across 84.1 innings, including 16 starts. Peterson will look to build on his performance in his next outing, currently scheduled as a home matchup next week against Seattle.
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  • Mets' David Peterson: Struggles continue

    Peterson did not factor into the decision Monday, allowing four runs on seven hits and two walks over 4.2 innings against Atlanta. He struck out four. The 27-year-old southpaw endured yet another rough outing Monday, allowing a two-run double to Michael Harris and two solo home runs to Marcell Ozuna before exiting with two outs in the fifth inning. Peterson has failed to complete five innings in any of his three starts since rejoining the Mets' rotation on Aug. 9, posting a 5.25 ERA, 2.00 WHIP with a pedestrian 14:10 K:BB across 12 innings during that stretch. Assuming he gets another turn, Peterson is projected to face the Angels at home this weekend.
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  • Mets' David Peterson: Can't find plate Tuesday

    Peterson escaped with a no-decision Tuesday in the Mets' 7-4 loss to the Pirates, giving up one run on three hits and six walks over 3.2 innings. He struck out five. The southpaw put runners in scoring position in each of the first three innings but was able to wriggle off the hook each time, and the only damage off Peterson came via a Liover Peguero solo shot to lead off the top of the second. It was still a rough outing for Peterson, who also plunked a batter and got just 48 of his 91 pitches over the plate. Since rejoining the rotation after the trade deadline, he's posted a 2.61 ERA that is far more lucky than good considering his 1.84 WHIP and 11:11 K:BB through 10.1 innings. Until he improves his control, Peterson will be an extremely volatile fantasy option. He's next set to take the mound this weekend in St. Louis.
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  • Mets' David Peterson: Notches no-decision Wednesday

    Peterson allowed two runs on four hits and two walks while striking out five batters over 3.2 innings in a no-decision against the Cubs on Wednesday. Peterson isn't fully built up after pitching out of the bullpen for most of July, so he was limited to 62 pitches and 3.2 frames Wednesday. The southpaw allowed a run in each of the first and second innings but kept the Mets in the contest, striking out five batters and allowing six baserunners. Peterson looks to have a rotation spot locked down with Justin Verlander and Max Scherzer no longer around, and he'll aim to extend further in his next start, which is scheduled to come at home against Pittsburgh early next week.
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  • Mets' David Peterson: Gets another start

    Peterson is slated to start Wednesday's game against the Cubs at Citi Field. Peterson will be making his second straight turn through the rotation as a replacement for Max Scherzer, who was traded to the Rangers on July 29. Since he had been working out of the bullpen for nearly a month, Peterson was limited to just three innings and 52 pitches in his most recent start Friday against the Orioles. The lefty should be able to work longer into Wednesday's outing, though he still could struggle to reach the five innings he would need to qualify for a win.
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  • Mets' David Peterson: Solid in brief outing

    Peterson came away with a no-decision Friday in the Mets' 10-3 loss to the Orioles, allowing one hit and three walks over three scoreless innings. He struck out one. The southpaw tossed 30 of 52 pitches for strikes in the short outing, but considering he hadn't pitched more than two innings in an appearance in nearly a month, a restricted workload was to be expected. Peterson has a 2.66 ERA in 20.1 innings since the beginning of July, but that comes with a lackluster 1.43 WHIP and 19:11 K:BB, and the jury is still out on whether the 27-year-old will ever develop into an effective rotation option. He'll make his next start, and get stretched out further, at home against the Cubs next week.
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  • Mets' David Peterson: Likely to rejoin rotation

    Peterson is likely to start Friday in Baltimore, Mike Puma of the New York Post reports. Friday would have been Max Scherzer's turn in the Mets rotation, but he was traded to the Rangers on Saturday and is slated to make his debut for Texas this Thursday. Peterson, 27, has struggled to a 5.92 ERA and 1.62 WHIP in 11 starts and six relief appearances this season with New York.
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  • Mets' David Peterson: Relegated to bullpen

    Peterson will be shifted to the bullpen, Will Sammon of The Athletic reports. With the return of Jose Quintana from the 60-day injured list, Peterson will lose his spot in the rotation and be pushed into a multi-inning relief role. The 27-year-old southpaw has been hit around consistently this season and holds a 6.46 ERA and 1.64 WHIP through 54.1 frames across 11 starts.
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  • Mets' David Peterson: Strikes out seven in loss

    Peterson (2-7) allowed three runs on five hits and two walks while striking out seven over 5.1 innings to take the loss Saturday versus the Padres. Peterson gave up all three runs in the second inning, and the Mets' offense couldn't provide a sufficient response. He's allowed just three runs over 15.1 innings since his return to the big-league roster June 27, but his place in the rotation remains up in the air, likely hinging on when Jose Quintana (ribs) will be ready to make his season debut. Peterson has a 6.46 ERA, 1.64 WHIP and 60:22 K:BB over 54.1 innings this season.
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  • Mets' David Peterson: Tosses four innings

    Peterson allowed one run on three hits and three walks over four innings in Sunday's win against the Giants. He struck out three and did not factor in the decision. The southpaw also hit a batter and uncorked two wild pitches, but Peterson was able to avoid significant damage in a short outing that lasted only 61 pitches (35 strikes). He was demoted to Triple-A Syracuse in May after posting a terrible 8.08 ERA through 39 innings. The 27-year-old has coughed up just one run over 10 innings since returning to the MLB level, lowering his season ERA to 6.61. Peterson will likely stay in the rotation for another start, which is currently lined up to be in San Diego, but after the All-Star break he figures to hand his spot off to Jose Quintana (ribs).
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  • Mets' David Peterson: Returns with six shutout frames

    Peterson (2-6) picked up the win Tuesday versus Milwaukee after he allowed five hits and three walks across six scoreless innings. He struck out five. The left-hander was called up from Triple-A Syracuse for his first big-league start in six weeks and delivered his best outing of the campaign. Peterson still showed signs of the struggles that resulted in him being sent to the minors in mid-May with three walks and just 11 swinging strikes on 110 pitches, but he consistently worked out of trouble against the Brewers. The 27-year-old still has a bloated 7.00 ERA, 1.69 WHIP and 50:17 K:BB across 45 innings this season, but the scoreless performance should be enough for him to garner another turn through the rotation.
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  • Mets' David Peterson: Called up for start

    The Mets recalled Peterson from Triple-A Syracuse ahead of his scheduled start Tuesday versus the Brewers at Citi Field. Peterson is back in the big leagues for the first time since mid-May, stepping in as the Mets' new No. 5 starter after the struggling Tylor Megill was optioned to Syracuse last week. While spending the past five weeks in the minors, Peterson struck out 39 batters over 32 innings, but his other ratios (4.50 ERA, 1.50 WHIP, 12.9 BB%) during that six-start stretch weren't nearly as impressive. With Jose Quintana (rib) having now made three rehab starts in the minors and closing in on a return from the 60-day injured list, Peterson's stay in the New York rotation could be a brief one.
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  • Mets' David Peterson: Heads back to Triple-A

    The Mets optioned Peterson to Triple-A Syracuse on Tuesday, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. Peterson struggled in another spot start Monday versus the Nationals and now sports a 1-6 mark with a brutal 8.08 ERA through 39 innings this season at the MLB level. Josh Walker will join the Mets' bullpen in a corresponding move.
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  • Mets' David Peterson: Gives up six runs in loss

    Peterson (1-6) took the loss Monday, allowing six runs on nine hits and two walks over five innings during a 10-3 defeat at the hands of the Nationals. He struck out five. Peterson has struggled in his second stint in the big leagues this year, allowing 10 runs over two starts (8.1 innings) while posting a 9:4 K:BB. The left-hander wasn't much better the first time around, surrendering 25 runs over six starts (30.2 innings). Overall, he sports a 8.08 ERA and 1.74 WHIP, but his 45:14 K:BB across 39 innings is encouraging. With Max Scherzer healthy again and Carlos Carrasco (elbow) close to returning from the injured list, Peterson may be sent back to Triple-A Syracuse soon.
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