New York vs Miami Fri, May 17
|*Community||NYM -230 78%||u/6.5 68%|
*Consensus from 1660 predictions.
|21018th||Earned Run Average||4.4711th|
I like the Mets on the run line here. The Marlins havent just been losing games, theyve been losing them badly without any end in sight. They have the worst run differential in the league, deGrom vs. Richards is a mismatch of epic proportions, and the Mets should have no trouble pounding them by multiple runs.60%
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New York Mets (79% consensus). Reigning National League Cy Young Award winner Jacob deGrom went more than five weeks between victories, with both of them coming at the expense of the Miami Marlins. DeGrom will look to beat the major league-worst Marlins for the third time in as many attempts when he takes the mound for the New York Mets in the opener of a three-game set in Miami on Friday night... http://bit.ly/2GfvHU5
Betting Prediction for New York Mets vs Miami Marlins on May 17, 2019, 7:10 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: NY Mets will Win and the Total will go Over .
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NY Times: Marlins Beat Mets as Dormant Bats Wake Up Against Jacob deGrom
Lynne Sladky/Associated Press
MIAMI -- The Marlins scored for the first time in 27 innings, pounded Jacob deGrom for seven runs in five innings and snapped a seven-game losing streak by beating the Mets, 8-6, on Friday night.
Garrett Cooper's two-run single in the third brought home Miami's first runs since Saturday -- also against deGrom. Jorge Alfaro hit a 456-foot home run, only the Marlins' second homer this month, and drove in three. Brian Anderson doubled twice and scored twice.
DeGrom (3-5) gave up nine hits, and the run total against him was a season high.
Fansided: Miami Marlins Tag Seven on deGrom, Defeat New York Mets 8-6
Over the seven game losing streak, the Miami Marlins had collected exactly eight runs while allowing 32. In tonight's victory, they also collected eight runs to move the dial from an MLB-worst 2.56 runs per game to a still-MLB-worst 2.69. The next worst-team in the simple runs-scored metric, the Detroit Tigers, have racked up 145 in 43 contests, a 3.37 run per game-clip. In addition, the Marlins had totaled a grand total of one home run in May, a Jon Berti shot on May 6th against the Chicago Cubs.
Mattingly had expected a "challenging" season, and that's just what he got.
Amazin' Avenue: Final score: Marlins 8, Mets 6--Baseball is great
For the first time in six games against them this year, the Mets lost to the Marlins in a game that ended 8-6 in Miami's favor but felt far worse than that from the Mets' perspective.
Jacob deGrom got very little help from his defense in this one, but he also wasn't good. In total, he went five innings and gave up seven runs, six of which were earned, ending the night with a 3.98 ERA on the season. He struck out three and didn't walk anyone, for what it's worth.
While the Mets made a bit of a comeback after getting down 7-1 by the end of deGrom's outing, they came up short.
Amazin' Avenue: Mets face the flailing Marlins as they look to get back on track
The New York Mets (20-22) will look to improve on their perfect record against the Miami Marlins (10-31) as travel to Marlins Park for a three-game series. The Mets swept the Marlins in Miami from April 1-3 and swept them in a rain-shortened two-game set at Citi Field last weekend.
The Mets missed out on a golden opportunity to take down the Washington Nationals, who had lost eight consecutive series in which Max Scherzer and Stephen Strasburg did not pitch. Everything was coming up Milhouse on Tuesday night, as the team coasted to a stress-free 6-2 win behind a dominant Noah Syndergaard.
Fansided: Marlins hope to end losing streak tonight against the Mets
A friend of mine jokingly said that because the Marlins only lost 1-0 on Wednesday night to the Tampa Bay Rays things were looking up. I brushed it aside but thought about it for a minute. I'm not one to say is it this team is going to turn the corner anytime soon, but Miami did look better in the loss that once again showed the Marlins inability to score runs.
The Marlins were swept by their in-state rivals, both by shutouts.
Solid pitching performances are being squandered because of a lack of production at the plate.