If the Mets want to buy Jason Vargas, maybe this is the best time.
With six innings against the Padres on Tuesday, Vargas scored just one goal and scored eight strikeouts, three of which are honored against Fernando Tati's Jr. Gingen Pete Alonso's closest rival for the NL freshman of the year. Vargas threw 99 pitches – 57 for strikes – as the Mets took full advantage of the left's performance on their way to their 5-2 victory at the inaugural event.
"Just a nasty change and they can not switch off," said Mets manager Mickey Callaway. "The thing has to come through the zone high above your thigh, and next you know it's hanging on your shoes, it just continues pitching."
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Vargas, who may be getting over the train when the trading period approaches July 31, said he knew from the outset that his shift on Tuesday had profound implications, and from then on he focused on it Hoping for swings and failures, after hearing Callaway's appreciation for his speed, Vargas noticed that mere throwing loses novelty.
"I think I'm at the other end of the spectrum now." he said, "I'm just trying my best to keep it out of the fat part of the plate where everyone is looking [damage] .I just think I'm the only one throwing so slowly."
Victory brought Vargas & # 39; s Record 3.96 ERA to 5: 5.
In his three previous games, Vargas allowed 17 hits and 12 earned runs, along with five homers, to his eight qualifying matches on Tuesday Top three of the season, with the left on 26 June against the Phillies denied ten and on June 5 against the Giants eight playoffs.
"He only knows how to be unlucky. He's not afraid he'll pitch and he'll never give in, "Callaway said." Lately, he's been doing a damned good job for a long time, most of the year this year. And was the Jason Vargas we knew he could be. "