David Peterson starts for Mets in game two of Friday’s doubleheader against Phillies on SNY

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David Peterson delivers a pitch home uniform
David Peterson delivers a pitch home uniform

The Mets (39-31, first in NL East) face the Philadelphia Phillies (34-38, fourth in NL East) for the second half of Friday's doubleheader on SNY.

Mets Notes

  • Aaron Nola dazzled against the Mets in game one, tying Tom Seaver's major league record by striking out 10 hitters in a row.

  • Francisco Lindor tied the game with an RBI single in the bottom of the seventh, then scored the winning run in the eighth on Dominic Smith's walk-off single.

  • Jonathan Villar has been placed on the 10-day IL, retroactive to June 22, with a right calf strain.

  • Travis Blankenhorn has been recalled from Triple-A Syracuse and will be active for the second game.

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Phillies

Mets

Odubel Herrera, CF

Jeff McNeil, 2B

Rhys Hoskins, 1B

Francisco Lindor, SS

Bryce Harper, RF

Pete Alonso, 1B

Andrew McCutchen, LF

Dominic Smith, LF

Alec Bohm, 3B

Kevin Pillar, RF

Luke Williams, 2B

Luis Guillorme, 3B

Ronald Torreyes, SS

Albert Almora Jr., CF

Rafael Marchan, C

Patrick Mazeika, C

Matt Moore, LHP

David Peterson, LHP

Who is starting for the Mets?

David Peterson, who is coming off of back-to-back strong starts. In his last two outings, Peterson has gone 10.2 innings, allowing just one earned run on three hits while striking out nine. With those two starts, Peterson lowered his ERA by more than a full run, from 6.32 to 5.31.

Who is starting for the Phillies?

Matt Moore, who has not pitched since May 20 due to back issues. The veteran left-hander has struggled in his first season in Philadelphia, pitching to a 7.36 ERA. Moore only made three starts this season before losing his spot in the rotation by the end of April.

Upcoming schedule

The Mets and Phillies go head-to-head again on Saturday afternoon, with first pitch set for 4:10 p.m.

Jacob deGrom will take the mound against Zach Eflin.