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  • New York Mets vs. Miami Marlins = 09/28 - 09/30



    Friday, 28th September,
    7:10 PM EDT
    Citi Field





    Jose Urena, RH (8-12, 4.07) - Miami Marlins


    Corey Oswalt, RH (3-3, 6.08) - New York Mets

    MARLINS: Urena has won his last five decisions. Over his last six starts, his ERA is 1.85. On the road, the right-hander is 5-3, compared to 3-9 at Marlins Park. But his away ERA is higher than at home -- 4.23 to 3.95. Urena is 6-3 since the All-Star break.

    METS: When he’s started on four or five days’ rest, Oswalt owns a 4.13 ERA, including a 3.38 mark this month. In all other outings as a starter and reliever, Oswalt has an 8.36 ERA. He’ll be on five days’ rest for his final start of the season.

    BOXSCORE





    Saturday, 29th September,
    7:10 PM EDT
    Citi Field





    Trevor Richards, RH (4-9, 4.66) - Miami Marlins


    Steven Matz, LH (5-11, 4.14) - New York Mets

    MARLINS: Closing out his rookie season, Richards comes off a strong start as he struck out nine Reds in seven shutout innings. Opponents are batting .163 off Richards' changeup, and he has gotten them to miss on 41.7 percent of their swings against it.

    METS: Matz’s final start will be his 30th of the season, a milestone he's never previously reached. Matz has already set career highs in starts, innings and strikeouts, thanks to the first healthy big league season of the oft-injured left-hander’s career.

    BOXSCORE





    Sunday, 30th September,
    3:10 PM EDT
    Citi Field





    Sandy Alcantara, RH (2-2, 4.00) - Miami Marlins


    Noah Syndergaard, RH (12-4, 3.22) - New York Mets

    MARLINS: Alcantara closes out the season trying to rebound after a pair of rough starts against the Nationals. He walked 11 in eight total innings across those outings. On Sept. 13, against the Mets, he was on point, giving up two runs in seven innings

    METS: After throwing six scoreless innings in his last outing and leaving after 89 pitches due to illness, Syndergaard is feeling better and will start the season finale. He is 5-0 with a 1.96 ERA in seven career games against the Marlins.

    BOXSCORE





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