MLB: Marlins vs Mets Odds, and Picks (Apr 8)

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  • The Marlins came up short, 9-3, against the Mets on Friday.
  • New York will attempt to keep their momentum with another win.
  • The Mets are 273-232 in their all-time history against Miami.

Miami (3-5) and New York (4-4) take each other on in an interesting NL East clash. These two teams have already played 5 times so far in this young season, with the New York Mets winning 4 of the 5 matchups.

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  • Where: Citi Field, Queens, NY
  • When: Saturday, April 8, 2023, at 4:10 p.m ET
  • How to Watch: SNY



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Miami took their 4th loss of the season against the Mets on Friday, falling to 3-5 on the year. They opened up with a tough schedule against the Mets and Twins, but have played relatively competitively. Their -21 run differential definitely leaves room for improvement, though. The Marlins are certainly not the worst team, but they do have the MLB’s worst offense, having scored just 18 runs in their first 8 games thus far.

The Mets continued their success against the Marlins on Friday, returning to a .500 record at 4-4. Despite their strong record against Miami, they still have a lot of work to do. The only other team New York has played so far is the Brewers, and they were swept in that series, getting outscored 26-6 as well. After a 100-win season last year ended early, the Mets need to prove they are capable of beating playoff teams.


The Mets have dominated the Marlins for much of the early season. Their only struggles came against defending NL CY Young winner Sandy Alcántara. In this game, it’ll be the less consistent Trevor Rogers (6.23 ERA) on the mound for Miami. He’ll be facing Kodai Senga (1.69 ERA) of the Mets, creating a mismatch. Coupled with home field advantage, and I see New York cruising to yet another win over Miami.

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Keith McCarthy
Contributor Keith McCarthy is an experienced sports analyst with a passion for predicting the outcomes of games spanning across sports such as football, basketball, baseball, and hockey, with a special expertise in college sports.