Juan Soto

Juan Soto

AVG
.351
HR
13
RBI
37
R
38
Bio
Height/Weight: 6' 1"/220
Bat: L
Throw: L
Born: Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
College: None
Draft: Undrafted
  • The Canadian Press

    New York visits Washington following Peterson's strong performance

    New York Mets (26-31, fourth in the NL East) vs. Washington Nationals (23-34, fifth in the NL East)Washington; Friday, 6:05 p.m. EDTPITCHING PROBABLES: New York: Rick Porcello (1-6, 5.46 ERA) Washington: Max Scherzer (4-4, 3.67 ERA)LINE: Mets favoured by 1 1/2 runs; over/under is 8 1/2 runsBOTTOM LINE: New York heads into the matchup after a strong showing by David Peterson. Peterson pitched seven innings, giving up one run on four hits with four strikeouts against Washington.The Nationals are 14-23 against NL East opponents. The Washington offence has compiled a .262 batting average as a team this season, good for fifth in the MLB. Juan Soto leads the team with a mark of .351.The Mets are 17-20 against NL East Division teams. New York has an MLB-leading team on-base percentage of .347. Brandon Nimmo leads the club with an OBP of .406.TOP PERFORMERS: Trea Turner leads the Nationals with 29 extra base hits and is batting .335.Dominic Smith leads the Mets with 42 RBIs and is batting .322.INJURIES: Nationals: Stephen Strasburg: (hand), Seth Romero: (right hand), Tanner Rainey: (forearm), Javy Guerra: (hamstring), Sam Freeman: (elbow), Roenis Elias: (elbow), Sean Doolittle: (oblique), James Bourque: (right elbow), Aaron Barrett: (right triceps), Dakota Bacus: (right flexor), Adam Eaton: (finger), Carter Kieboom: (left wrist), Howie Kendrick: (left hamstring), Starlin Castro: (wrist).Mets: Noah Syndergaard: (elbow), Robert Gsellman: (rib), Jake Marisnick: (right hamstring), Michael Conforto: (hamstring), Eduardo Nunez: (knee), Jed Lowrie: (knee), Rene Rivera: (elbow), Tomas Nido: (undisclosed).___The Associated Press created this story using technology provided by Data Skrive and data from Sportradar.The Associated Press

  • Chirinos homers as Mets maintain playoff hopes, top Nats 3-2
    The Associated Press

    Chirinos homers as Mets maintain playoff hopes, top Nats 3-2

    Robinson Chirinos homered and drove in three runs, and the New York Mets beat the Washington Nationals 3-2 on Thursday night to keep their flickering postseason hopes alive. David Peterson (6-2) closed his rookie season with his longest outing, going seven innings and allowing four hits and one run while striking out four. Peterson is in line to become the sixth rookie ever to lead the Mets in victories and the first since Dillon Gee in 2011.

  • Champs Done: Time To Look Toward 2021 For Eliminated Nats
    News18

    Champs Done: Time To Look Toward 2021 For Eliminated Nats

    When Yan Gomes was asked about the 2019 World Series champion Washington Nationals essentially playing out the string over the last four games of this season, the catcher was put off by the premise.