Mets Vs. Marlins: New York Pulls Through Against Miami, 6-1

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Mets (53-57) Vs. Marlins (50-60): Game Time, TV Schedule, Pitching Probables

After dropping their third game in four tries, the New York Mets return to the field Wednesday as they host the Miami Marlins in Game 2 of a three-game series at Citi Field (7:10 p.m. ET on SNY). Lefty Chris Young (3-5) will take the mound for the Mets, who will face the Marlins' Nathan Eovaldi (1-1) for the third time this season.

On Tuesday, the Mets allowed the Marlins to score four runs in the fourth inning as they went on to lose 4-2. Young will try and help New York (53-57) get back on track and follow-up on a solid performance -- seven innings of one-run ball -- against the Giants.

Meanwhile, former Mets shortstop Jose Reyes will enter the contest with a 24-game hit streak. Currently, the mark is a career high for Reyes and it leads the majors.


Next Game

Miami Marlins
@ New York Mets

Wednesday, Aug 8, 2012, 7:10 PM EDT
Citi Field

Nathan Eovaldi vs Chris Young

Partly cloudy. Winds blowing from right to left field at 5-10 m.p.h. Game time temperature around 80.

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