Marlins Vs. Mets: Miami Drops Second Game Of Series In 5-1 Loss

Jose Reyes has been off to a slow start for the Miami Marlins. Can a visit back to his old home of City Field help spark his bat against the New York Mets?

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Marlins Vs. Mets: Can Miami Avoid Sweep In New York?

The Miami Marlins have lost the first two games of their series against the New York Mets so far, can they avoid a sweep on Thursday? They'll send Ricky Nolasco to the mound to face Jonathan Neise. First pitch is scheduled for 1 pm and the game can be found on Fox Sports Florida.

The marlins left their offense in Miami and haven't been able to score any runs so far on their little division road trip. So far in four games against the nationals and the Mets, the Marlins have only been able to manage four total runs and have lost all of those games. Their pitching hasn't been terrible, but they simply aren't getting any support, and that makes it difficult to win games.

We'll have plenty more on this series throughout the weekend here on SB Nation Tampa Bay, so keep it locked to this StoryStream for all of the latest news and updates. For more on this and every series for the Marlins, please head over to Fish Stripes. For some perspective from the other dugout, please head over to Amazin' Avenue, SB Nation's New York Mets blog. As always, you can head over to Baseball Nation for more on this and every MLB baseball game.

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Marlins Vs. Mets Final Score: Miami Goes Down 5-1

The Miami Marlins fell once again to the New York Mets on Wednesday evening, losing 5-1 and dropping their fourth game in a row. Marlins starting pitcher Mark Buehrle fell to 1-3 on the season, despite having a solid outing pitching seven innings and giving up only five hits and two earned runs.

The Marlins took an early lead in the fifth inning with an Omar Infante home run. Unfortunately David Wright hit a two-run shot to give the Mets the 2-1 lead and from there the Mets just continued to add runs and hold down the Marlins bats.

We'll have plenty more on this series throughout the weekend here on SB Nation Tampa Bay, so keep it locked to this StoryStream for all of the latest news and updates. For more on this and every series for the Marlins, please head over to Fish Stripes. For some perspective from the other dugout, please head over to Amazin' Avenue, SB Nation's New York Mets blog. As always, you can head over to Baseball Nation for more on this and every MLB baseball game.

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Marlins Vs. Mets: Can Miami Bounce Back Against The Mets?

The Miami Marlins were supposed to be competing for the NL Division this season, while the Mets were expected to bring up the rear. But that hasn't been the case so far this season, and that wasn't the case on Tuesday night when the Mets got a 2-1 history in this series opener. The Marlins have an opportunity to bounce back on Wednesday. First pitch is scheduled for 7:10 pm and can be found on FS Florida.

These two teams played in a pitcher's duel on Tuesday between Josh Johnson and Johan Santana, but the Mets bullpen ended up being a little bit better than Miami's, and they were able to walk away with the win. The pitching won't be quite as good on Wednesday when Mark Buehrle and R.A. Dickey.

We'll have plenty more on this series throughout the weekend here on SB Nation Tampa Bay, so keep it locked to this StoryStream for all of the latest news and updates. For more on this and every series for the Marlins, please head over to Fish Stripes. For some perspective from the other dugout, please head over to Amazin' Avenue, SB Nation's New York Mets blog. As always, you can head over to Baseball Nation for more on this and every MLB baseball game.

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Marlins Vs. Mets Recap: Miami Bullpen Gives It Away Late In 2-1 Loss To New York

The Miami Marlins struggles on the road continued Tuesday night, as they dropped Game 1 of their series against the New York Mets at Citi Field. The Marlins simply could not get anything going on offense against Johan Santana, losing 2-1 and falling to 2-7 on the road this season.

But Miami starter Josh Johnson countered with six plus shutout innings before New York finally broke through in the seventh inning to tie it at 1-1. It was scoreless through the first six innings until Gabby Sanchez double home Giancarlo Stanton in the seventh. Sanchez ripped on to left and would be Santana's final batter, but also the Marlins last rally.

The Marlins bullpen would give it right back in the bottom of the seventh, walking the bases loaded before Mike Dunn walked the Mets eighth hitter, Josh Thole, to tie it up. The disaster continued next inning, when New York went ahead on an infield single by Lucas Duda, which brought home Kirk Nieuwenhuis.

Jose Reyes, in his return to New York, went a quiet 0 for 4. He'll try to get on the board Wednesday night in Game 2, when Mark Buerhle will face R.A. Dickey

For more news, analysis, and discussion on the Miami Marlins, visit Fish Stripes. For the opponent's perspective throughout the series, visit Amazin Avenue, SB Nation's New York Mets blog. For all your baseball news and notes, visit the all new Baseball Nation.

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Marlins Vs. Mets Game Preview: Jose Reyes Looks To Spark Offense Against Johan Santana

Jose Reyes has been off to a slow start for the Miami Marlins. Can a visit back to his old home of City Field help spark his bat against the New York Mets?

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