The New York Mets will look to avoid their first series sweep from the Toronto Blue Jays Sunday, as they conclude their three-game, inter-league set at the Rogers Center (1:07 p.m. ET). Rookie Dillon Gee (2-3, 5.65 ERA) will look to be the Mets (21-19) savior as he opposes Henderson Alvarez (3-3, 2.62 ERA) in the finale of the series, which already featured the Blue Jays (23-18) taking Game 1 and 2.
Gee, who was one of New York's early-season surprises, will be looking to get things back on track, as he was roughed up for seven runs in just five innings in his last outing. Over the course of his last five starts, Gee's ERA has jumped from 2.92 to 5.65.
Meanwhile, Alvarez has become a solid starter for the Jay's rotation, despite allowing four runs in his last start against the Rays.
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