Your Miami Marlins will be taking on the New York Mets and there is a lot to look forward to.
Well Miami Marlins fans, there’s one thing we know for certain about this four-gamer against the visiting Metropolitans: the lights will be staying on.Because considering how Yoenis Cespedes, Marcell Ozuna, and Giancarlo Stanton have looked of late, there will be no danger of another power outage.
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Miami , in identical fashion to last season, kicked off 2017 on the right note by winning their first series against New York. The challenge will be to show the 2016 comparisons can cease come Sunday though, seeing as how that was the only series the Marlins won against them.
Really. Even a split would be an improvement.
With the Mets being one of the top teams in the NL East and a clear runner for the NL East championship, the Fish will have to perform well to be able to join that running with the Mets and Nationals.
The Marlins were only able to take one of three from the Nats, but, after winning the series with the Mets, their confidence may be building. It will be essential for the Marlins to do well within their division if they have any post season hopes.
So can the Fish shake off last night’s embarrassing collapse, and bring their best against the elite rotation of the NL East? That’s the question, and the following are three stories to watch for as we wait for an answer.