Tuesday night Hansel Robles suffered the worst single inning for the B-Mets since July 7, 2013. Robles allowed seven runs to the Altoona Curve and was removed from the game after 2.2 innings. The B-Mets would go on to lose the contest 10-3.
B-Mets manager Pedro Lopez is not concerned with the performance, at least in terms of lingering effects saying "nights like that are going to happen." Lopez told Robles that his next bullpen session is the most important and to make sure that he has command of his location. If anything, Lopez says outings like this can be a learning experience.
The B-Mets play Altoona at 6:35 on Wednesday with Eastern League Pitcher of the Week Greg Peavey on the mound.
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