David Peterson gets start as Mets look to win series against Braves at 7:20 p.m. on SNY

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The Mets (41-34, first in NL East) are back at it against the Atlanta Braves (37-41, fourth in NL East) on Wednesday at 7:20 p.m. at Truist Park on SNY.

Mets Notes

The Mets are 15-14 this month, securing at least a .500 record in June. The last time the Mets went .500 in June was when they went 14-14 in 2017. The last time the team went above .500 in June was when they went 15-13 in 2013.

The Mets are 32-6 when scoring four or more runs this season -- they won on Tuesday, 4-3.

Pete Alonso is batting .341 (14-for-41) with two runs, a double, two home runs, four RBI, three walks a .400 OBP and a .512 SLG over his last 12 games, while James McCann is batting .286/.333/.506 with seven runs, five doubles, four home runs and 16 RBI in his last 25.

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Mets

Braves

Kevin Pillar, CF

Ronald Acuna Jr., RF

Francisco Lindor, SS

Freddie Freeman, 1B

Michael Conforto, RF

Ozzie Albies, 2B

Pete Alonso, 1B

Austin Riley, 3B

James McCann, C

Dansby Swanson, SS

Billy McKinney, LF

Guillermo Heredia, CF

Jose Peraza, 2B

Abraham Almonte, LF

Luis Guillorme, 3B

Kevan Smith, C

David Peterson, LF

Max Fried, LHP

Who is starting for the Mets?

LHP David Peterson, who has allowed just two earned runs in his last three starts totaling 16.2 innings (1.08 ERA).

Who is starting for the Braves?

LHP Max Fried, who has been activated off the IL and owns a 2.51 ERA (13 earned runs/46.2 innings) in his last eight starts.

Upcoming schedule

The Mets and Braves will wrap up their series on Thursday at 7:20 p.m. on SNY.

Jacob deGrom (7-2, 0.69 ERA) will go for the Mets against Ian Anderson (5-3, 3.42 ERA).