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Mets Starting Pitcher Continues his Strong Start to 2024

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This past off-season the New York Mets agreed to a contract with free-agent starting pitcher Sean Manaea. The contract was a two-year deal with a player opt-out after the 2024 season. It is worth $28 million. Manaea is coming off a really tough year with the San Francisco Giants, so not many people were expected him to have a great season this year. Although through two starts with the Mets, Sean Manaea is off to a great start.


The New York Mets couldn't have asked for a better start to the 2024 season from Sean Manaea. The Mets signing Manaea this past off-season wasn't supposed to be a huge move, but it's turning out to be a great move by the Mets front office to bring in Sean Manaea.


It may not be really deep into the season, but Sean Manaea has faced two really solid teams through his first two starts. Manaea has faced the Detroit Tigers in his first start of the season, and the Cincinnati Reds yesterday in his second start of the season.


This start for Sean Manaea really helps him a lot. It boosts his confidence for a long season. This year in two starts, Manaea has pitched 11 IP, 4 hits allowed, 1-0 record, a great 0.82 ERA, 14 strikeouts, 4 walks, and a 0.73 WHIP.


Dan Plesac of MLB network on Sean Manaea's start to the season:

"He's missing bats, he's able to move the ball in... if he continues to throw strikes he's going to be effective."

There's no question that the Mets needed this start by Sean Manaea. With their ace Kodai Senga out, Manaea has really stepped it up big time for the Mets. It's a good sight to see Sean Manaea back to pitching good, and the obvious hope is that he can continue this throughout the 2024 season.


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