The Miami Marlins will try to even the series against the New York Mets at a game a piece and move to 9-4 against the Mets in 2013. In order to do that, the Marlins will need their pitching to do better than it did in the first game.
Nathan Eovaldi will be on the mound for the Fish, making his eight start of the season. Nathan threw six shutout innings and surrendered just four hits his last time pitching, against the Colorado Rockies.
The New York Mets will counter with promising young rookie, Zach Wheeler. So far in his first season in the majors, Wheeler has had some control issues, walking 21 hitters in just 38 2/3 innings of work.
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Bold Prediction: Giancarlo will stay hot and Nathan Eovaldi will have his best start of the season, firing seven shutout innings and racking up eight strikeouts. Marlins win 5-2!