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Miami Marlins vs. New York Mets = 08/17 - 08/20

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  • Miami Marlins vs. New York Mets = 08/17 - 08/20

    Monday, 17th August,
    7:10 PM EDT
    Marlins Park


    Robert Gsellman, RH (0-0, 9.00, 3 Ks) - New York Mets

    Jordan Yamamoto, RH (0-0, 9.82, 9 Ks) - Miami Marlins

    METS: The Mets began stretching Robert Gsellman out as a starter last Wednesday, when he threw 33 pitches against the Nationals. He should be good for around 45 to 55 pitches in his second start, in Miami.

    MARLINS: Keeping the ball in the park has been an issue for Yamamoto, who has surrendered four homers in 7 1/3 innings this season. Last year at Marlins Park, he yielded five homers in 39 innings.


    Tuesday, 18th August,
    7:10 PM EDT
    Marlins Park

    Corey Oswalt, RH (0-0, 11.25, 3 Ks) - New York Mets

    Humberto Mejia, RH (0-0, 2.70, 6 Ks) - Miami Marlins

    METS: Mets rookie left-hander David Peterson was scratched from his scheduled start and placed on the 10-day injured list with left shoulder fatigue. Oswalt was called up from the team's alternate training site to start.

    MARLINS: Recalled to make his second big league start, Mejía will again face the Mets. The 23-year-old threw 2 1/3 innings on Aug. 7 in New York, giving up one run with six strikeouts and two walks.


    Wednesday, 19th August,
    7:10 PM EDT
    Marlins Park

    Jacob deGrom, RH (2-0, 2.45, 28 Ks) - New York Mets

    Pablo López, RH (2-1, 2.25, 19 Ks) - Miami Marlins

    METS: All told, deGrom missed only one start due to the bout of neck stiffness that caused him to be a late scratch last Friday. He threw a bullpen session Monday and is good to go against the Marlins.

    MARLINS: The changeup, which he throws 36.6 percent of the time, has become a difference-maker for López. Opponents are hitting just .174 against that pitch. In his first three starts, he has had 21 swinging strikes on his changeup.


    Thursday, 20th August,
    6:10 PM EDT
    Marlins Park

    Seth Lugo, RH (1-2, 2.61 , 11 Ks) - New York Mets

    Daniel Castano, LH (0-1, 4.35, 6 Ks) - Miami Marlins

    METS: The Mets are moving their closer into the starting rotation, as Lugo will make his first start since June 25, 2018. Lugo has made 31 career starts, though he hasn't thrown more than 19 pitches in a game since July 27.

    MARLINS: Castano faces the Mets for the second time. In his MLB debut on Aug. 8, he gave up five runs (four earned) and two homers in 4 1/3 innigns. In his last start, the lefty allowed one run in six-plus innings.



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