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Heroes And Zeroes: Mets 4, Marlins 1

The Marlins put some pretty familiar faces amongst last night's zeroes.

Anthony Gruppuso-USA TODAY Sports


Bartolo Colon (NYM) .193

Colon's actions last night were the biggest deciding factor in the final outcome. He pitched seven innings, allowing six hits (-30.7%). He didn't walk anyone, and struck out five Marlins (+10.9%). The only run he allowed was Giancarlo Stanton's first inning solo blast (-11.9%).  Aside from that, he induced seven groundouts (+15.8%), eight fly outs (+20.9%) and one double play (-4.6%). At the plate, he reached on a fielders' choice in the third (-3.4%) and drove in New York's first run with a bases loaded sacrifice fly with one out in the fifth (+1.2%).

Anthony Recker (NYM) .124

Recker, batting eighth for the Mets, started his night by drawing a one-out walk in the third inning (+3.1%). He was New York's first baserunner of the game. In the fifth, he drew another one-out walk, with runners already at first and second and the score tied at one (+10.0%). He struck out swinging with a two run lead to open the seventh (-0.7%).

Lucas Duda (NYM) .115

Duda struck out swinging for the final out of the first inning (-1.0%) and flew out to center field with one out in the fourth (-1.9%). With nobody out and a runner on first in the sixth, he grounded a single to center (+14.8%). He later scored on Eric Campbell's sacrifice fly. Duda flew out to left for the first out of the eighth inning (-0.4%).

Almost Zeroes

Giancarlo Stanton (MIA) .070

Martin Prado (MIA) .067

Jerry Blevins (NYM) .060

Eric Campbell (NYM) .053

Mitch Cuddyer (NYM) .042

Jeurys Familia (NYM) .024

Minimal Impact

Ichiro Suzuki (MIA) .019

Danny Muno (NYM) .013

Wilmer Flores (NYM) .011

Sam Dyson (MIA) .007

Reid Brignac (MIA) .000

Juan Lagares (NYM) -.003

David Phelps (MIA) -.018

Daniel Murphy (NYM) -.019

Almost Zeroes

Bryan Morris (MIA) -.024

Jeff Baker (MIA) -.030

Christian Yelich (MIA) -.054

JT Realmuto (MIA) -.061

Adeiny Hechavarria (MIA) -.065

Dee Gordon (MIA) -.083


Michael Morse (MIA) -.109

Morse, batting fifth, grounded out to third base to open the Marlins' second inning (-1.9%). With the Marlins enjoying a one-run lead in the fourth, he grounded into a 5-4-3 inning ending double play (-4.6%). He flew out to right in the seventh, with nobody out and a runner on first (-5.1%) and hit a two-out single, three runs down in the ninth (+0.7%).

Curtis Granderson (NYM) -.114

Granderson flew out to center field to lead off the Met's first inning (-2.2%). He was the final out of the third with a fly out to right field (-2.6%), then struck out swinging with two on and one in for the third out of the fifth (-5.6%). He was caught looking at strike three on his final chance of the evening with one-out and one-on in the seventh (-0.9%).

Brad Hand (MIA) -.219

Hand came on to relieve David Phelps with two out and runners on first and second in the fifth, promptly getting Curtis Granderson to swing at strike three (+5.6%). The sixth inning would see him let the first three runners hit safely (-27.0%), ending with Michael Cuddyer's RBI single which gave New York a lead they wouldn't give up. Hand induced Daniel Murphy to ground out (+0.5%) before getting lifted in favor of Sam Dyson.

Last 10 Games

Giancarlo Stanton 0.765
Dee Gordon 0.397
Dan Haren 0.260
Christian Yelich 0.121
Bryan Morris 0.119
Ichiro Suzuki 0.098
Carter Capps 0.009
Reid Brignac -0.011
Don Kelly -0.017
Martin Prado -0.039
Adieny Hechavarria -0.046
David Phelps -0.052
Jeff Mathis -0.085
JT Realmuto -0.087
Marcell Ozuna -0.087
Tom Koehler -0.094
Sam Dyson -0.110
Donovan Solano -0.112
AJ Ramos -0.141
Jeff Baker -0.142
Jarrod Saltalamacchia -0.197
Steve Cishek -0.210
Mike Dunn -0.271
Henderson Alvarez -0.277
Brad Hand -0.329
Jarred Cosart -0.367
Mike Morse -0.454
Mat Latos -0.667


Attendance: 38,753

Jigokusabre called Colon a hero for one point.

Bdwatson called the winning team, Colon and Duda heroes and Morse a zero for four points.

gustavopim took a cheap point by saying the Marlins would strike out at least five.

MiamiSkye earned the attendance pick for the second game in a row, with a guess of 30,500 (8,253 off). *- note for MS: Phelps was lifted after 4 2/3, not 5 2/3.

Gatorfan4life called the winner for one point.

Ichthyomancy Standings

gustavopim 22
dcfish 20
Bdwatson 20
Jigokusabre 19
Kevin Kraczkowski 18
Miami Skye 16
Marlon D 8
Thomas Bennett 7
thenumber95 7
Gatorfan4life 6
Jeremy Hulme 5
zag 3
Alex Carver 3
Delusional Marlins Fan 2
rsanchez1 2
SuperRadz 1
ncchief 1
d.o.g.o.b.y.g.n. 1
sternma 1
Al-Kendall 1

Game three of the four game set is set to begin tonight at 7:10PM ET. Make your picks! Tell your friends to play!