There is a matchup between the Marlins and Mets on Tuesday, with first pitch from Citi Field set for 7:10 PM ET. Jesús Luzardo is starting for the Marlins, and he is facing off against Tylor Megill. The Mets are the betting favorite, with their money line odds sitting at -140, while the Marlins are at +119. The over/under line is currently 7.5 runs.

Miami comes into the game on a two-game losing streak and is 22-43 overall, while the Mets are 4th in the NL East with a record of 28-36. This game will be televised on BSFL.


The Pick: New York Mets Moneyline -140

This game will be played at Citi Field at 7:10 ET on Tuesday, June 11th.


  • We have the Mets winning by a score of 5 to 4
  • However, if you're looking for a run line pick, we like the Marlins to cover
  • As for an over/under pick, we have this game finishing with 9 runs and like the over

Marlins Records & Stats

Miami is coming off a game in which they wasted several good performances. In their 6-3 loss to Cleveland, Trevor Rogers was excellent on the mound, allowing just one run while pitching five innings. They also got a big offensive performance from Jazz Chisholm Jr., going 1/4 with a homer and scoring three runs.

A.J. Puk took the loss out of the bullpen for the Marlins, as Miami allowed three runs in the top of the 9th to blow their lead. Heading into this game, the Marlins were the +103 underdog at home.

Miami is on the road today to take on the Mets, and they are 22-43 overall, putting them 5th in the NL East. The Marlins trail the Phillies by 23 games in the division and are just 4-12 in divisional games this year. They come in having lost two straight games.

At home, the Marlins are just 12-25 this year, and they are 10-18 on the road. As the underdog, Miami is 19-31 this year, and they are just 3-12 when favored. The Marlins have dropped four straight series and have an overall series record of 5-15-1 this year.

When betting the Marlins on the run line, it's been a good idea to take them as the underdog, as they are 25-25 on the run line in those games. They are just 1-14 on the run line as the favorite, and have lost two straight games against the run line when favored. Their average run differential in games they win is +3.2, while it's -3.9 in games they lose.

The Miami Marlins are on the road today against the New York Mets. The over/under line for the game is set at 7.5 runs, which is below their combined run average of 8.7 runs per game. Miami has played 64 games this season, with 46 of them having over/under lines set above 7.5 runs (70.8%). Their over/under record for the season is 35-29, and when the line is set at 7.5 runs, they have gone over 10 times and under 4 times.

Miami is sending left-hander Jesús Luzardo to the mound today vs. the Mets. He comes into the game with a record of 2-5 and an ERA of 5.30. Luzardo's WHIP for the season is currently 1.25. In his 10 starts, he has turned in four quality starts and is averaging 8.36 strikeouts per nine innings. The last time he took the mound, Luzardo gave up nine earned runs in 4 1/3 innings of work. He took the loss in that outing. Before that, he had won two straight starts.

Josh Bell has been swinging the bat well for the Marlins of late, going 16/40 in his last 10 games. This includes one home run and four RBIs. Overall, he is batting .252 for the season with seven homers. Jazz Chisholm Jr. and Bryan De La Cruz are tied for the team lead in RBIs, as both have 31 RBIs. Chisholm Jr. also has nine homers, which is 13th in the league.

As a team, the Marlins are batting just .234 this season, and they are also near the bottom of the league in terms of on-base percentage and OPS. Miami is averaging just 3.6 runs per game, and they have been even worse on the road, averaging only 3.2 runs per contest.

Mets Records & Stats

Heading into their last game vs. the Phillies, the Mets closed out the series with a 6-5 win. New York was the +123 underdog on the money line going into this matchup. Things started off well for the Mets, as they got on the board with a run in the 1st inning but gave up the lead right away as the Phillies scored a run in the bottom of the first.

José Quintana got the start for the Mets and took the no decision. He only lasted 3 2/3 innings, giving up three earned runs on six hits. The Mets's offense was carried by Jeff McNeil, who went 2/4 with a run scored and two RBIs.

The Mets are 4th in the NL East, sitting 16.5 games behind the Phillies for the division lead. New York's overall record is 28-36 heading into today's home matchup vs. the Marlins. The Mets are 9-9 against other NL East teams this year.

At home, the Mets are just 13-22 this season, but they have been better on the road at 15-14. As the favorite, the Mets are 15-16 this year and 13-20 as the underdog. New York closed out their series vs. the Phillies with a win and are 6-4 over their last 10 games. So far, they have an overall series record of 8-12-3.

Despite their losing record, the Mets have been a profitable team to bet on the run line this season. They are 29-35 overall, but their run line record is 18-11 on the road and 11-24 at home. They have covered the run line in their last two games as the favorite and are 18-15 as the underdog.

When the New York Mets are at home, the over/under line is set at 7.5 runs. Their games have averaged 9.3 runs per game this season. The Mets have hit the over in 33 of their 62 games this season. When the over/under line is set at 7.5 runs, their games have gone over 8 times and under 9 times. The over has hit in 57.8% of their games this season. The under has hit in their last two games.

Getting the start for the Mets today is Tylor Megill, who is making his third start of the season. Megill has a win and a no-decision so far, and in his last start, he went 5 innings and gave up 4 earned runs on 7 strikeouts. His first start of the season was a no-decision vs. the Dodgers, where he went 7 innings and struck out 9.

For the season, the Mets are averaging 4.4 runs per game, which is 14th in the league. However, their offense has been much better on the road, averaging 5.5 runs per contest. As a team, they are batting .242, which is 10th in the league, and are also near the top of the league in terms of fewest strikeouts per game. New York comes into the game with a team on-base percentage of .313.

Brandon Nimmo is currently on a six-game hitting streak and has gone 8/27 in his last six games. For the season, he is batting just .221, but his on-base percentage of .346 is 4th on the team. Pete Alonso and Brandon Nimmo are tied for the team lead in RBIs, with 32, and Alonso's 14 homers is 8th in the league.