Miami Marlins vs New York Mets
On Monday, the New York Mets and the Miami Marlins will square off against one another in the opening game of a three-game NL East division series that will take place at LoanDepot Park.Claim Your Welcome Bonus!
Miami Marlins - expected to take full advantage of their turf
The Miami Marlins took advantage of the fact that the Atlanta Braves had clinched the division by winning all three games of their series against the Braves, including the last game by a score of 16-2. Following the victory, Miami improved their overall record to 78-72 and moved into a tie for the final wild card spot in the National League. Bryan De La Cruz is now leading the Miami Marlins in RBIs with 74, while Jorge Soler is leading the Marlins with 36 home runs and 73 RBIs so far this season. In addition, Luis Arraez has 199 hits, 30 doubles, and a batting average of 353, and De La Cruz has 31 doubles, which is also the most on the squad. Edward Cabrera, who has a record of 6-7 on the season with a 4.52 earned run average and 106 strikeouts, will receive the start for the Marlins in this game.
New York Mets - visiting team will not have it easy here
With an 8-4 victory over Cincinnati in their final game of the weekend, the New York Mets were able to avoid being swept by the Cincinnati Reds and keep their winning streak alive. The victory pushed the Mets' overall record to 69-80, placing them 8.5 games behind the pace needed to clinch the National League's last wild card slot. Jeff McNeil has 146 hits with a batting average of.264, while Pete Alonso leads the Mets with 45 home runs and 112 RBIs. Pete Alonso also has the highest batting average. This season, Francisco Lindor has contributed to the Mets with 26 home runs, 87 RBIs, a team-high 33 doubles, and a.266 batting average. Meanwhile, Brandon Nimmo has contributed to the Mets with a team-high 148 hits and a.266 batting average. This game will be started for the Mets by Jose Butto, who has a record of 1-2 with a 3.46 earned run average and 23 strikeouts so far this season.
Expert Betting Tips
I'm going to have to side with the Marlins on this one. After having such a strong performance in a series, like Miami did against Atlanta, you could be tempted to think that a letdown in the first game of a series at home is possible. I am aware that this is a possibility. The Marlins, on the other hand, are the superior team and are in a better position to make the playoffs this year. Additionally, Edward Cabrera has been a far more effective pitcher when pitching at home this year. I believe the Marlins will come out strong and get the job done here, so I will give Miami the advantage of playing at home in this contest.