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Mets Rookie Pitcher Reaches Season Milestone

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New York Mets rookie starting pitcher, Kodai Senga notched his 200th strikeout of the season yesterday against the Miami Marlins. This is a great milestone in a season for a pitcher.

Kodai Senga is in his first season in the MLB. Kodai Senga has been playing in Japan his whole career until he signed with the Mets this past off-season.

Kodai Senga has by far been the New York Mets most reliable pitcher all season long. He's proving why he can be an ace for the Mets. Senga has made 29 starts, he's pitched to a 12-7 record, 166.1 IP, 2.98 ERA, 202 SO, and a 1.22 WHIP.

It's clear that Kodai Senga's first year in the MLB, and with the Mets is a big success. Kodai Senga is just 30-years-old. Senga is going to continuously get better year after year. Mets fans should certainly be excited about Kodai Senga.

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