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MLB : ATS Matchup
Wednesday 10/3/2012Line$ LineOU LineScore
-1.5  +130

+1.5  -150



NY METS (73 - 88) at MIAMI (69 - 92)
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Wednesday, 10/3/2012 4:10 PM
Board OpeningLatest
957NY METS+110Ov 8,-105+100Ov 8.5,+100
958MIAMI-120Un 8,-115-110Un 8.5,-120
NY METS - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games73-88-14.180-714.00.2490.3134.40.2510.313
Road Games37-43+2.743-314.50.2550.3174.50.2620.325
vs Right-handed Starters52-50+1.748-474.00.2440.3094.00.2440.306
Past 7 Games3-4-1.32-43.10.2450.2873.00.2270.306
Grass Games69-86-17.675-703.90.2480.3114.40.2520.313
Day Games33-28+5.228-304.10.2610.3254.00.2480.305
NY METS - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games4.00.2490.313161541413474401360.03621502124379111113610113596
Road Games4.50.2550.317802777709246690.023422526194155772647154
Righty Starters4.00.2440.3091023400828276900.033903247914969379568865
NY METS - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games4.671.3894572602374344720139316-29351570%
Road Games4.631.440225.7135116217191082077-14191065.5%

MIAMI - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games69-92-24.474-743.80.2440.3064.50.2630.324
Home Games38-42-1042-333.80.2500.3154.50.2580.318
vs Right-handed Starters45-63-18.748-503.90.2500.3124.30.2600.318
Past 7 Games3-4-0.12-42.40.2320.2984.00.2580.325
Grass Games68-90-23.573-723.80.2460.3084.40.2630.324
Day Games22-32-11.425-253.70.2350.2994.00.2590.320
MIAMI - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games3.80.2440.306161540413204351370.035754801220148108413210315388
Home Games3.80.2500.315802608651205550.022952515867553860577951
Righty Starters3.90.2500.3121083651914287850.02396328790106756848410355
MIAMI - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games4.081.435454.32412064653618739521-20382263.3%
Home Games4.541.404233.7130118235169320112-720871.4%
NY METS - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
9/19/2012HARVEY(R)PHILADELPHIAHAMELS(L)2-3L+1257 evU9100320
9/20/2012HEFNER(R)PHILADELPHIACLOYD(R)1-16L+1058 ovO3202170
9/21/2012NIESE(L)MIAMITURNER(R)7-3W-1507 evO1140741
9/22/2012DICKEY(R)MIAMIBUEHRLE(L)4-3W-1857 ovP781881
9/23/2012YOUNG(R)MIAMINOLASCO(R)3-2W-1157.5 evU782570
9/24/2012MEJIA(R)PITTSBURGHMCPHERSON(R)6-2W+1058 ovP620890
9/25/2012MCHUGH(R)PITTSBURGHRODRIGUEZ(L)6-10L+1007.5 evO741942
9/26/2012HEFNER(R)PITTSBURGHLOCKE(L)6-0W-1108 unU1470331
9/27/2012DICKEY(R)PITTSBURGHCORREIA(R)6-5W-2057 evO830970
9/28/2012NIESE(L)@ ATLANTAHUDSON(R)3-1W1507.5 unU630460
9/29/2012YOUNG(R)@ ATLANTAMINOR(L)0-2L1807.5 ovU550861
9/30/2012MEJIA(R)@ ATLANTAMEDLEN(R)2-6L2407 ovO561861
10/1/2012FAMILIA(R)@ MIAMILEBLANC(L)2-3L1208 ovU111208101
10/2/2012DICKEY(R)@ MIAMITURNER(R)3-4L-1807 ovP91001080

MIAMI - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
9/19/2012JOHNSON(R)ATLANTAMEDLEN(R)0-3L+1256.5 ovU570761
9/21/2012TURNER(R)@ NY METSNIESE(L)3-7L1407 evO7411140
9/22/2012BUEHRLE(L)@ NY METSDICKEY(R)3-4L1757 ovP881781
9/23/2012NOLASCO(R)@ NY METSYOUNG(R)2-3L1057.5 evU570782
9/25/2012EOVALDI(R)@ ATLANTAMEDLEN(R)3-4L2507 evP610640
9/26/2012JOHNSON(R)@ ATLANTAMAHOLM(L)0-3L1407.5 unU681470
9/27/2012TURNER(R)@ ATLANTAHANSON(R)2-6L1827.5 unO781872
9/28/2012BUEHRLE(L)PHILADELPHIALEE(L)2-1W+1257 evU650760
9/29/2012NOLASCO(R)PHILADELPHIAHALLADAY(R)5-9L+1058 unO101011591
9/30/2012EOVALDI(R)PHILADELPHIAHAMELS(L)1-4L+1507.5 ovU760972
10/1/2012LEBLANC(L)NY METSFAMILIA(R)3-2W-1308 ovU810111120
10/2/2012TURNER(R)NY METSDICKEY(R)4-3W+1707 ovP10809100
NY METS: HITTING: The Mets will be moving in the fences at Citi Field by as much as 12 feet and reducing the height to eight feet, making the park more homer-friendly. The loss of Jose Reyes and his NL-leading average at the top of the order weakens an already subpar lineup. 3B DAVID WRIGHT is coming off his worst season (.254 BA, 14 HR, 61 RBI) and could be traded at the July 31 deadline. New OF ANDRES TORRES provides very little at the plate (.221 BA, .312 OBP), but the future is bright for youngsters OF LUCAS DUDA (.852 OPS) and 1B IKE DAVIS (.926 OPS), who missed most of 2011 with an ankle injury. OF JASON BAY (.245 BA) continues to be a colossal bust. SS RUBEN TEJADA will be tasked with trying to replace Reyes. The 22-year-old made great strides last year, batting .319 after August 1. DANIEL MURPHY hit .320 last year, and will start at second, possibly losing AB in a platoon with JUSTIN TURNER. C JOSH THOLE hits well enough to be an above-average starting catcher.
STARTING PITCHING: With the fences moving forward at Citi Field, the entire Mets pitching staff takes a hit. JOHAN SANTANA will be ready for Opening Day, but it's hard to have much faith that he'll remain healthy for an entire season. His velocity on his fastball is not what it used to be, topping out in the high-80's. MIKE PELFREY benefitted most from the pitcher-friendly ballpark with serviceable home numbers (3.94 ERA, 1.38 WHIP) and atrocious road statistics (5.49 ERA, 1.56 WHIP). JONATHON NIESE was also much better at Citi Field (3.54 ERA) than he was on the road (5.33 ERA), but he posted 14 games of 6+ strikeouts for the second straight season. DILLON GEE began the season 7-0 with a 2.86 ERA and 1.08 WHIP, but closed the 2011 campaign with a 5.51 ERA and 1.59 WHIP in his final 17 starts. Knuckle-balling R.A. DICKEY posted a second straight solid season with New York, notching a 3.28 ERA and a solid 1.23 WHIP. At age 37, he hopes to keep his pitches dancing in the smaller home ballpark.
RELIEF PITCHING: Two former Blue Jays late-innings relievers, FRANK FRANCISCO and JON RAUCH, were signed from Toronto to pitch at the back of the bullpen. Francisco will likely get first crack at the ninth-inning role, saving 17 games last year and keeping his strikeout rate above one per inning for the fourth straight year. Rauch is an imposing figure at 6-foot-11, but he posted a 1.35 WHIP and paltry 6.2 strikeout rate last year. But 52 saves since 2008 makes him a worthy candidate for ninth-inning duty. RAMON RAMIREZ was part of the Andres Torres/Angel Pagan trade and he should be a valuable set-up man. He had a strong two-year stint with San Francisco, posting a 2.07 ERA and 1.09 WHIP.
MIAMI: HITTING: Ozzie Guillen takes over as manager for the newly named Miami Marlins, who will open their new retractable-roof Marlins Ballpark in 2012. Indoor games could generate more offense, but the fences are pretty deep (340' to left, 384' to 392' power alleys, 416' center and 335' right). New SS JOSE REYES led the NL with a .337 average and posted a career-best .384 OBP. Malcontent HANLEY RAMIREZ will reluctantly move to 3B, but hopefully he will play harder under Guillen than he has under the previous two skippers. OF GIANCARLO STANTON hit 34 HR last year and will drive in 100 if Ramirez stays healthy. OF LOGAN MORRISON cranked 23 bombs, but his batting average dipped to .247 with this new-found power. 1B GABY SANCHEZ fizzled after August 1 (.211 BA), but still had 19 HR and 78 RBI. OF EMILIO BONIFACIO swiped 40 bases and led the team with a .296 average, but he'll move down the order because of Reyes. C JOHN BUCK and 2B OMAR INFANTE's jobs are secure, but 22-year-old prospect MATT DOMINGUEZ might start 2012 in Triple-A instead of sitting and watching Ramirez and Sanchez at the corner infield spots.
STARTING PITCHING: JOSH JOHNSON is dominant when healthy, but he's made only 88 starts over the past five seasons. His shoulder feels great after surgery last year, and he expects to take the mound on Opening Day. MARK BUEHRLE followed his former manager and signed a 4-year, $58M deal with Miami. The 33-year-old lefty was 13-9 with a 3.59 ERA last year, his 11th straight season of 200+ IP and 10+ wins. RICKY NOLASCO once again had 10 wins and a strong K-to-BB ratio (3.4), but also sported an 8.18 ERA and 1.61 WHIP in his final eight starts. ANIBAL SANCHEZ posted a second straight productive season, fanning 202 batters in 196.1 innings. He did give up twice as many HR (20) as he did in 2010 though. CARLOS ZAMBRANO will begin 2012 in the rotation, but where he ends up is anybody's guess. If Guillen can motivate him, Zambrano has plenty of innings left in his 30-year-old arm.
RELIEF PITCHING: The signing of HEATH BELL to a three-year deal gives the Marlins a reliable long-term closer for the first time since Robb Nen in the mid-'90s. Bell's numbers could suffer a bit with the move to a smaller ballpark and an alarming drop in strikeout rate (11.1 in 2010 to 7.3 in 2011), but he still throws 94 mph. STEVE CISHEK will be the main set-up man for Bell and could see a handful of saves, converting all three opportunities last year and fanning 55 batters in 54.2 innings. MIKE DUNN is the lefty set-up man in this bullpen. He has great stuff (100 K in 86 career innings), but remains extremely wild (53 walks in those 86 IP).

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PA SPORTSTICKER NL PREVIEW (NY METS-MIAMI) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

*Mets-Marlins Preview* ======================


New York (73-87) at Miami (68-92), 4:10 p.m. EDT

The New York Mets and Miami Marlins are both getting ready to finish up disappointing campaigns.

While the Mets are bringing back their entire coaching staff in 2013, there remains much more uncertainly surrounding the Marlins and their plans for next season.

In what could be Ozzie Guillen's last game at the helm, the Marlins try for a three-game sweep of the visiting Mets as both clubs wrap up their seasons Wednesday afternoon.

Though Guillen still has three years remaining on his contract, it remains to be seen if he'll be back after Miami (69-92) failed to live up to expectations, finishing at the bottom of the NL East.

"Right now, I'm coming back tomorrow because they don't tell me anything today," he told the Marlins' official website. "Maybe tomorrow they may change their decision and say they don't want me back.

"It's not my department. That's up to (owner) Jeffrey (Loria) and them guys, who is coming back here in any department."

New York (73-88), meanwhile, will finish fourth in the division for the fourth consecutive season thanks in large part to a 27-48 record since the All-Star break.

Though there figures to be some new faces on the field, all six Mets coaches will return next year.

"I think you can get carried away by blaming coaches for a lot of stuff that happens," manager Terry Collins told the team's official website. "If you didn't see work ethic, I can understand coaching changes. If there were issues that some guys had, I can understand that. But I was around these guys every single day, and there hasn't been a day go by where they haven't tried to stay positive."

There haven't been many positives to take away from the Mets' recent efforts. They've been outscored 15-7 during a four-game skid, falling 4-3 in 11 innings Tuesday.

Gorkys Hernandez and Rob Brantly both homered off Cy Young candidate R.A. Dickey to give the Marlins an early lead before Donovan Solano came through with a bases-loaded single in the 11th.

Miami will try to keep things going against Mets rookie Jeremy Hefner (3-7, 5.32 ERA), who after giving up a career-high seven runs and failing to record an out during a 16-1 loss to Philadelphia on Sept. 20, turned in arguably his best start of the season last Wednesday. The right-hander struck out seven over seven innings of three-hit ball to beat Pittsburgh 6-0.

"Everybody in this room was here for his last start, saw his emotions, and saw that he was upset. He had something to prove tonight - that he can pitch here," Collins said. "I believe he showed everybody he belongs here. I was very, very happy for him."

Hefner was also sharp in his only start against Miami on Sept. 1 but didn't factor in the decision of a 5-3 road win, giving up two runs and six hits over six innings.

With Mark Buehrle already shut down, the Marlins will give the ball to Tom Koehler (0-0, 5.40) for his first big league start. The right-hander allowed one run and three hits over two-thirds of an inning of relief during Monday's series-opening 3-2 win.

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