David Peterson now pitching Friday for Mets
New York Mets left-hander David Peterson will start on Friday against the Texas Rangers.
Chris Bassitt was scratched from his scheduled start Friday and placed on the injured list without a designation, so Peterson has been bumped up to start. He has allowed two runs on 10 hits in his last two starts (12 1/2 innings) with 15 strikeouts and two walks.
numberFire’s models project Peterson for 32.2 FanDuel points on Friday, and he has a $8,100 salary. Per our MLB Heat Map, the Peterson is throwing in the third-most pitcher friendly park on Friday.
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