The New York Mets Aim to Extend Their Winning Streak in an Upcoming Game Against the Texas Rangers

Mets rally for 7-6 victory (New York Mets)

The New York Mets, riding a five-game winning streak, are set to face the Texas Rangers in a highly anticipated matchup. The Rangers, with a 16-17 home record and a 33-38 final record, have struggled when allowing home runs, posting a 14-32 record in such games. Meanwhile, the Mets boast a 15-14 road record and a 33-37 all-inclusive record, with an outstanding team on-base percentage of .315 in the NL.

The New York Mets (Mets)

Leading the charge for the Rangers are Marcus Semien, who has hit 14 doubles, a triple, and 11 home runs while maintaining a .261 batting average, and Josh Smith, who has gone 10-for-26 with two doubles and a home run in the past 10 games.

The Mets counter with Starling Marte’s impressive performance, featuring eight doubles, two triples, seven home runs, and 28 RBIs. J.D. Martinez has also been on a tear, going 12-for-38 with three doubles and three home runs in the past 10 games.

This marks the first meeting between the two teams this season, with the Mets seeking to extend their winning streak and the Rangers aiming to turn their fortunes around.

The Rangers have been plagued by injuries, with nine players on the injured list, including Evan Carter, Cody Bradford, and Max Scherzer. The Mets also have four players on the injured list, including Shintaro Fujinami, Brooks Raley, and Kodai Senga.