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Marlins vs. Mets: Start time, how to watch, game thread and Fish Picks—May 10, 2019

Game preview, lineups, news and props for Marlins vs. Mets at Citi Field.

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Thanks for joining us for Friday’s Marlins (10-27) vs. Mets (17-20) game thread.

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Marlins Lineup

  1. LF Curtis Granderson
  2. 3B Martín Prado
  3. 2B Starlin Castro
  4. 1B Neil Walker
  5. RF Brian Anderson
  6. C Jorge Alfaro
  7. SS Miguel Rojas
  8. CF Rosell Herrera
  9. P Pablo López (4.03 ERA, 2.79 FIP, 25.0 K%, 31.7 Hard Hit% in 38.0 IP)

Notes: Top Marlins prospect Sixto Sánchez started again for High-A Jupiter on Thursday, as detailed by David Wilson of the Miami Herald...This marks Anderson’s first time in 2019 batting anywhere else besides the No. 2 and No. 3 lineup spots. The production has been disappointing, no doubt, but Statcast measurables and the eye test suggest he’s the same above-average bat who emerged for the Marlins as a rookie. Loading the top half of the order with vets on expiring contracts is no way to develop talent or generate excitement in a rebuilding year, in my opinion.

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Mets Lineup

  1. LF Jeff McNeil
  2. 3B J.D. Davis
  3. 2B Robinson Cano
  4. 1B Pete Alonso
  5. RF Michael Conforto
  6. C Wilson Ramos
  7. CF Brandon Nimmo
  8. SS Amed Rosario
  9. P Zack Wheeler (4.64 ERA, 3.11 FIP, 25.8 K%, 38.5 Hard Hit% in 42.2 IP)

Notes: For most of his major league career, Wheeler has shown a knack for limiting homers, and that’s been true of him this season as well (3 HR in 7 GS). The Marlins, meanwhile, are totally power-deficient so far in May with only one dinger as a team courtesy of Jon Berti this past Monday...Jay Jaffe of FanGraphs quantifies the terrible Mets defense, particularly the once-promising shortstop Rosario.

How to watch/listen/follow

The game gets underway at 7:10 p.m. ET. Watch on FOX Sports Florida and via MLB.TV or listen on 940 WINZ.

Fish Picks

Please comment below or tweet to @fishstripes with your picks for the following props. The contest locks at first pitch.

  1. Which team will use more pitchers? (Marlins/Mets)
  2. Over/Under 5.5 strikeouts for Pablo López? (Over/Under)
  3. Over/Under 14.5 total hits? (Over/Under)
  4. Will Jorge Alfaro reach base safely? (Yes/No)
  5. Who wins? (Marlins/Mets)