Miami (3rd - NL East) at NY Mets (4th - NL East)

Matchup Details
Mon, Sep 15 - Citi Field
First Pitch - 7:10 PM ET
W/LUnitsHomeAwayO/URL W/LRL Units
Miami 72-762.9440-3432-4277-6076-72-12.99
NY Mets 72-781.6837-3835-4066-6686-647.77
CONSENSUS ANALYSIS
A LOOK BACK
 
INJURY REPORT
Miami
PPlayerStatusNotesW/LO/U
1BG. Jones
Doub Mon
Rest
09/15/14
Jones is not expected to be in the starting lineup Monday against the Mets as he will likely be given the day to rest.0-0
$+0
0-0
RFG. Stanton
out indefinitely
Face
09/12/14
Stanton left Thursday's game after been hit in the face by a pitch. He suffered multiple facial fractures and is not expected to return this season.1-2
$-100
1-2
RPK. Gregg
out for season
Elbow
09/03/14
Gregg has been transferred from the 15-day disabled list to the 60-day disabled list with bone chips in his right elbow which will require season-ending surgery.28-26
$+608
23-26
2BR. Furcal
out for season
Hamstring
08/14/14
Furcal is on the 60-day disabled list as he recovers from a torn hamstring. He is expected to undergo season-ending surgery.35-39
$-1
36-33
SPJ. Fernandez
out for season
Elbow
06/12/14
Fernandez has undergone Tommy John surgery to repair a UCL tear in his right elbow. He will miss the remainder of the 2014 season.52-58
$+69
55-47
New York
PPlayerStatusNotesW/LO/U
RPD. Eveland
out for season
Elbow
09/14/14
Eveland has inflammation in his pitching elbow and will miss the remainder of the season.1-2
$-69
1-1
3BD. Wright
out for season
Shoulder
09/09/14
Wright has inflammation in his left rotator cuff and will miss the remainder of the season.3-3
$+31
2-3
SPM. Harvey
out for season
Elbow
08/14/14
Harvey is recovering from Tommy John surgery and has been placed on the 60-day disabled list. He will not return this year.72-78
$+168
66-66
RPB. Parnell
out for season
Elbow
05/14/14
Parnell is on the 60-day disabled list with a partially torn MCL in his right elbow. He underwent successful Tommy John surgery and will be out for the remainder of the season.72-77
$+268
65-66
RECENT TRENDS
NEWS

Covers Preview - The Miami Marlins and the New York Mets are likely too far behind in the National League wild-card race, but they have both taken steps forward in 2014. The Marlins, who have already won 10 more games than last season with 72, visit New York on Monday to begin a three-game series between the NL East rivals.

 
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