Coming off of a 3-2 Memorial Day victory over the Washington Nationals on Monday afternoon, the Miami Marlins will look to win the series in game two of the three game set on Tuesday night. Henderson Alvarez will be on the mound for the Marlins.
|PROJ ERA||FIP||ERA||MARLINS||NATIONALS||ERA||FIP||PROJ ERA|
Henderson Alvarez will look to control a Nationals lineup without Bryce Harper or Ryan Zimmerman. In his last start against the Phillies, Alvarez went seven innnings and didn't give up a run while walking two and striking out three.
When the Marlins faced Washington on the first road trip of the year, Alvarez went five and two third innings and gave up three runs (one earned) while walking two and striking out four.
Blake Treinen went five and two third innings in his last outing against the Pirates, during which he gave up two runs while walking five and striking out four.
|MIAMI MARLINS||WASHINGTON NATIONALS|
|C. Yelich - LF||Denard Span - CF|
|Derek Dietrich - 2B||Anthony Rendon - 3B|
|G. Stanton - RF||Jayson Werth - RF|
|Casey McGehee - 3B||Adam LaRoche - 1B|
|Garrett Jones - 1B||Wilson Ramos - C|
|J. Saltalamacchia - C||Ian Desmond - SS|
|Marcell Ozuna - CF||Kevin Frandsen - 2B|
|A. Hechavarria - SS||Nate McLouth - LF|
|H. Alvarez - RHP||Blake Treinen - RHP|
Miami turns to their regular right-handed pitching lineup in game two of the series. Derek Dietrich remains in the two spot, and Giancarlo Stanton and Casey McGehee are hitting three and four, respectively, after carrying Miami's offense on Monday afternoon.
Kevin Frandsen gets the start at second base for the Nationals, who scored just a pair of runs against Nathan Eovaldi on Monday.
-How will Alvarez pitch? After a solid outing by Nathan Eovaldi, a solid outing would save a bullpen that has been called upon frequently of late.
-Can the Marlins score against Treinen? Three runs was sufficient on Monday, but should Alvarez struggle, the Marlins may have consistently add on.
Bold Prediction: Nationals def. Marlins 4-3