The New York Mets face the Milwaukee Brewers on Sunday looking to take the weekend series coming off of consecutive sweeps at the hands of two division rivals, the Atlanta Braves and Washington Nationals.
After taking the first game of the series, New York fell victim to subpar pitching on Saturday, as the Brewers knocked around starter Jenrry Mejia and the Mets bullpen en route to a 9-6 victory.
The Mets will send veteran right-hander Chris Young (4-7, 4:39 ERA) to the mound Sunday while the Brewers will counter with hard-throwing Wily Peralta. Young allowed just two runs and struck out seven over six innings in his last start, but got a no-decision against the Braves thanks to a hapless Mets offense. Peralta's two starts, both solid six-inning efforts, have come in the middle of the Brewers' recent hot streak.
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Time: 2:10 p.m. ET