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As a component of a full Opening Day slate in which every one of the 30 groups are in real life, the retooled New York Mets behind the prevailing National League Cy Young victor Jacob deGrom will kick their 2019 season off against three-time Cy Young champ Max Scherzer and the Washington Nationals. Here’s the means by which you can watch:
- MLB Opening Day viewing information
Dates: Thursday, March 28
Time: 1:05 p.m. ET
Location: Nationals Park — Washington D.C.
TV: SNY and MASN
Live stream: fuboTV for fans in New York (Try for free)
Live Stats: GameTracker
Picks: Check SportsLine’s MLB pick sheet for all your daily odds.
Odds: Mets -139 / Nationals +120
Mets: Agent-turned-GM Brodie Van Wagenen commenced his first year in Queens with a whirlwind of moves, demonstrating that the Mets won’t assume a lower priority in the National League East this season. The Mets demonstrated that they’re going for the NL East crown in 2019, after an occupied offseason which incorporated the signings of Robinson Cano, Edwin Diaz, Jed Lowrie, Wilson Ramos, Justin Wilson and Jeurys Familia. The new-look Mets get an opportunity to win their first postseason amusement since 2015, particularly if their pivot of Jacob deGrom, Noah Syndergaard, Zack Wheeler, Steven Matz and Jason Vargas remains solid enough to fill in as the foundation of the group.
Nationals: The Nats watched their establishment star Bryce Harper head to Philadelphia in free organization, however the Nats ought to be directly back in the blend again in 2019 to show up in nine years. Chief Dave Martinez should run a superior warm up area than a year ago, and the increments of Trevor Rosenthal, Kyle Barraclough and Tony Sipp should give Martinez more alternatives for the late-inning matchups. Furthermore, the Harper-less list is similarly as skilled as it at any point was with youthful hotshots like Juan Soto and Victor Robles and offseason acquisitions like Patrick Corbin, Anibal Sanchez and Brian Dozier. Much the same as their rivals in the NL East, this group is stacked with ability and prepared to contend.
The Mets are the more experienced group and consequently, they’ll beat an a lot more youthful Nats group on Opening Day.
Pick: Mets – 139