MLB Memorial Day Matchup Postponed

The highly anticipated Memorial Day matchup between the New York Mets and the Los Angeles Dodgers has been postponed due to inclement weather. The Mets made the announcement citing a questionable weather forecast in New York City, leading to the decision to reschedule the game.

Doubleheader Scheduled for Tomorrow

In light of the postponement, the Mets have arranged for a single-admission doubleheader to take place tomorrow afternoon, starting at 4:10 PM. Originally slated to feature a pitching duel between Tylor Megill and Gavin Stone, the matchup will now see both pitchers likely taking the mound in one of the two games tomorrow. José Quintana and Tyler Glasnow are expected to be the starters in the other game.

Mets Bullpen Rested and Ready

With today’s unexpected day off and Adrian Houser’s recent relief appearance, the Mets’ bullpen is well-rested and prepared for the doubleheader tomorrow. Additionally, the team is expected to call up an extra pitcher as the 27th man for the day, ensuring they have enough arms to get through both games.

As baseball fans adjust their Memorial Day plans without the Mets game, they can look forward to an exciting doubleheader tomorrow as the Mets take on the Dodgers in a rescheduled showdown.