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  • Miami Marlins vs. New York Mets = 04/09 - 04/11



    Monday, 9th April,
    7:10 PM EDT
    Marlins Park



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    Noah Syndergaard, RH (1-0, 5.40) - New York Mets


    Jose Urena, RH (0-1, 4.91) - Miami Marlins

    METS: Inefficiency (and some shaky defense behind him) cost Syndergaard a chance at a win last time out against the Phillies. He lasted four innings, throwing 92 pitches. Syndergaard was 1-0 with a 1.38 ERA in two starts against the Marlins last season.

    MARLINS: Bouncing back from a rough Opening Day, and became the first Miami pitcher to work at least seven innings, allowing one run in his previous start against Boston. Urena matched his career high with seven strikeouts.


    BOXSCORE





    Tuesday, 10th April,
    7:10 PM EDT
    Marlins Park





    Jacob deGrom, RH (2-0, 1.53) - New York Mets


    Caleb Smith, LH (0-1, 4.32) - Miami Marlins

    METS: Far from his best so far this season, deGrom has managed to limit the damage against him to a single earned run in each of his first two starts. The right-hander struck out 13 batters in seven innings in his only start at Marlins Park last year.

    MARLINS: On a cold day in Philadelphia, Smith struggled throwing strikes, walking six (one intentionally) in three innings in his last start. In 8 1/3 innings this year, he's struck out 12, but walks have been a problem; he's issued nine.


    BOXSCORE





    Wednesday, 11th April,
    7:10 PM EDT
    Marlins Park





    Zack Wheeler, RH (_-_, _.__) - New York Mets


    Jarlin Garcia, LH (0-0, 1.80) - Miami Marlins

    METS: The Mets will recall Wheeler from Triple-A Las Vegas on Wednesday to make a spot start for Jason Vargas, who is rehabbing from hand surgery. A late spring cut, Wheeler allowed one run in five innings during his lone start at Vegas, striking out six.

    MARLINS: After allowing two runs in 10 innings of relief, Garcia will be joining the rotation. He will be making his first big league start. A year ago, the 25-year-old paced the Marlins in appearances with 68. Garcia made 12 starts in the Minors in 2016.


    BOXSCORE





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