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The two teams have plated an average of 10.5 runs while tallying 19.5 hits per game dating back to Jun 22, 2014. Seven of those 11 contests happened in NYC and Citi Field, with all seven of those going over with the Mets giving home fans a show and averaging 6.5 runs.
The Marlins are expected to start David Phelps on the mound, which may provide some added bang for the Mets lineup. Phelps has yet to start this season, but despite very limited exposure, has posted a 36.00 ERA. Bartolo Colon (2.77 ERA) is slated to get the ball for the Mets.
Oddsmakers have tabbed the second game of the four-game series with a total of 7.