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How to watch Astros vs. Mets on TV or live streaming – Saturday, June 29

Framber Valdez will start for the Houston Astros (40-41) against the New York Mets (40-39), who will respond with Tylor Megill, on Saturday, June 29. The first pitch will be thrown at 4:10 p.m. ET at Citi Field.

To watch the game between Houston and New York, read the article below for details on how to live stream the game or watch it on TV.

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Where can I watch the Astros vs Mets game?

  • Date: Saturday, June 29, 2024
  • Time: 4:10 p.m. ET
  • TV channel: WPIX
  • Live broadcast: Watch this game on Fubo
  • Location: Queens, New York
  • Venue: Citi Field

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Pitching duel

Astros: Framber Valdez

  • Valdez starts for the Astros, his 14th of the season. He is 6-5 with a 3.68 ERA and 63 strikeouts in 80 2/3 innings pitched.
  • His most recent appearance was on Sunday against the Baltimore Orioles, when the left-hander threw seven innings, allowing one earned run and allowing six hits.
  • In 13 games this season, the 30-year-old has amassed a 3.68 ERA and seven strikeouts per nine innings while allowing an opposing batting average of .244.
  • Valdez is hoping for his third quality start in a row.
  • Valdez is looking for his third consecutive appearance lasting five or more innings. He averages 6.2 innings per appearance on the mound.
  • In two of his 13 appearances this season, he has not allowed a single earned run.

Mets: Thomas B.

  • Megill (2-4) is starting for the Mets in his eighth start of the season. He has a 4.81 ERA in 33 2/3 innings pitched and 43 strikeouts.
  • In his last appearance on Saturday against the Chicago Cubs, the right-hander threw three innings, allowed six earned runs and conceded five hits.
  • The 28-year-old has an ERA of 4.81 and 11.5 strikeouts per nine innings in seven games this season. His opponents’ batting average is .244.
  • Megill has had a good start this season.
  • Megill is looking to make his fifth start of five or more innings this year.
  • In one of his seven games this season, he was able to hold his opponents without a single earned run.

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Team comparison

Astros Mets
4.6 Runs Scored (PG) 4.8
4.2 Runs Allowed (PG) 4.6
.264 Batting average .250
.238 Batting average against .233
95 Home Runs 100
93 Homeruns allowed 75

Offensive leader of the Astros

  • Yordan Alvarez has a .294 batting average, .367 on-base percentage and .525 slugging percentage this year. He has 16 home runs and 41 RBIs, along with 45 runs scored and four steals in four attempts. His strikeout rate is 15.4% and his walk rate is 9.2%.
  • In 2024, Jose Altuve has a batting average of .304, with an on-base percentage of .351 and a slugging percentage of .473. He has 13 home runs and 36 RBIs, as well as 50 runs scored and 13 steals in 16 attempts. His strikeout rate is 18.8% and his walk rate is 5.9%.
  • Alex Bregman has a batting average of .249, with nine home runs and 35 RBIs, as well as 35 runs scored. His strikeout rate is 14% and his walk rate is 7.8%. He has an on-base percentage of .310 and a slugging percentage of .400.
  • Also for the Astros, Yainer Diaz has a batting average of .278, with a .304 on-base percentage and a .418 slugging percentage. His strikeout rate is 13.6% and his walk rate is 3.9%. He has seven home runs and 40 RBIs, as well as 32 runs scored.

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Mets offensive leader

  • Francisco Lindor has a batting average of .249/.317/.445 with a 7% walk rate and a 16.8% strikeout rate this season. In addition, he has hit 13 home runs, scored 40 runs, and scored 52 times. He has also stolen 14 bases in 17 attempts.
  • In 344 at-bats this season, Pete Alonso has a batting average of .241/.326/.472 with 17 home runs, 44 RBI and 46 runs scored. He has a 20.3% slugging percentage and walks 9.6% of the time.
  • So far this season, Brandon Nimmo of the Mets has a triple-slash line of .240/.363/.430 and he has hit 12 home runs with 50 runs scored and 46 RBIs, as well as five stolen bases in five attempts. He is walking and striking out 12.9% and 24% of the time, respectively.
  • At bat, Harrison Bader has a .270 average with a .315 OBP and a .414 SLG in 241 PAs. He has also hit six home runs with 30 RBI and 30 runs scored, including 11 stolen bases, while boasting a 20.3% strikeout rate and a 5.4% walk rate.

dataskrive is a freelance contributor to Tribune-Review. You can reach dataskrive at [email protected].

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