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View Poll Results: What will be the outcome of the series?

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  • Mets Sweep

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  • Mets win 2/3

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  • Mets win 1/3

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    Miami Marlins @ New York Mets



    Florida Marlins(10-12) _New York Mets (12-10)


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    Alvarez: Alvarez was perfect for five innings in his last start. He ended up throwing a two-hit shutout against the Mariners. The right-hander needed 90 pitches to become Miami's first starter to go the distance this season.
    Wheeler: Wheeler entered this season hoping to improve his control and efficiency, but he has struggled in both areas through two starts. Still, the righty has kept his team in the game each time he has pitched, with three quality starts and one near-miss.



    Slowey: Slowey makes his second start in place of the injured Jacob Turner. Slowey pitched seven scoreless innings in relief and earned the victory in the Marlins' 2-1 win against the Mets in 19 innings on June 8, 2013.
    Mejia: In his last outing against the Cards, Mejia extended his career-long scoreless-innings streak to 13 2/3. Much of that run has come despite a blister on Mejia's right middle finger, which forced him to exit a start in Arizona earlier this month.



    Koehler: Koehler nearly took a hard-luck loss in his most recent start, surrendering two runs in 6 1/3 innings vs. the Braves. He has recorded four quality starts, and his 2.13 ERA is second to Jose Fernandez among Miami starters.
    Gee: Though Gee struggled a bit early this season, he has kept the Mets in every game he has pitched. Over his past two starts, he has fared even better, giving up a total of two runs. Gee was 1-0 with a 2.92 ERA in two starts against Miami last year.

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    Adam Rubin ‏@AdamRubinESPN 12m
    Friday #Mets vs. #Marlins:
    EY Jr. – 7
    Granderson – 9
    Wright – 5
    Murphy – 4
    Young – 8
    Duda – 3
    d’Arnaud – 2
    Tejada – 6
    Wheeler – 1

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    No Fernandez... sweep

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dudeguyy View Post
    Bahahahaha Stuna. You only got one game of Duda batting cleanup. Looks like Collins is trying to mess with you man.

    I agree with your lineup though. I wish Grandy was knocked down the order til he comes around, Murph was back up to the two hole, and Duda was batting cleanup. He'd be soooooooo much better if he developed more controlled aggression and became more of a masher than a timid cerebral hitter trying to get on base in the 4 hole.
    My main gripe is wasting Duda in the 6th spot.

    Granderson/Murphy hitting 2nd/6th isn't that big of a deal since Curtis looks like he's coming around, and Granderson's strikeouts are a bit less painful at the top of the lineup when runners aren't on base as much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Claymation View Post
    Big game tonight.
    Go Mets!
    Agreed.

    Lets start this series off right. The Marlins are going to be tough though, like they always are. They have been swinging and missing a bunch, but the lineup has been a lot better than ours so far.

    Their 2nd baseman Dietrich has been a beast. Ozuna gave us problems last year and is off to a good start, Stanton is Stanton, and Salty/Yelich have been good this year. The only bright spot is that we aren't facing Fernandez.

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    Marlins lineup
    Christian Yelich, lf
    Marcell Ozuna, cf
    Giancarlo Stanton, rf
    Casey McGehee, 3b
    Jarrod Saltalamacchia, c
    Garrett Jones, 1b
    Derek Dietrich, 2b
    Adeiny Hechavarria, ss
    Henderson Alvarez, rhp

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    Marlins have a solid lineup and Stanton is always a guy you have to pitch carefully to. If our pitching is solid, we'll be alright in this series. I just worry about Gee on Sunday with the amount of homers he has given up.

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    Yelich is a very good contact hitter at the top of the order, particularly against righties.

    Ozuna, Salty, and of course Stanton will clobber you if leave them something good to hit.

    You may be on to something about Gee on Sunday there...

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    Much better inning by Wheeler.



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    I say two of three, hoping for a sweep.

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    Say what you will but Wheeler's command and secondary execution has looked much better since reverting back to his old delivery.

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    I would love to get Jake Marisnick, would trade one of the young pitchers for him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by metswon69 View Post
    Say what you will but Wheeler's command and secondary execution has looked much better since reverting back to his old delivery.
    Eh, I thought he was doing just fine before that. I expect him to do well tonight because this team Ks a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sick Of It All View Post
    I would love to get Jake Marisnick, would trade one of the young pitchers for him.
    We don't need anymore outfielders. He'd doing horrible in AAA right now anyway.

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    This ump sucks.



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