New York Mets Vs Miami Marlins Betting Preview And Lines – September 28, 2021

Posted By Staff on September 27, 2021

The New York Mets (73-82) are -165 favorites when they meet the Miami Marlins (64-91) on Tuesday at 4:10 PM ET. Francisco Lindor has 97 hits on the season and will hope to hit his milestone 100th once the game begins at Citi Field, live on WPIX. New York’s Marcus Stroman and Miami’s Trevor Rogers have been named the starters for this contest.

Betting Odds

Mets vs Marlins Betting Information
Favorite Favorite Moneyline Underdog Underdog Moneyline Runline Total
Mets -165 Marlins +145 NYM -1.5 5

The betting insights and predictions in this article reflect betting data from DraftKings and SportsData.io as of September 27, 2021, 7:00 AM ET.

Mets Probable Starting Pitcher: Marcus Stroman

  • The Mets will send Stroman (9-13) to the mound for his 33rd start this season.
  • The right-hander last pitched on Tuesday, when he gave up four earned runs and allowed seven hits in five innings against the Red Sox.
  • In 32 starts this season, he’s earned a quality start in 16 of them.
  • They have a record of 34-25 this season when striking out at least 10 batters.
Download these Apps in New York and Bet in New Jersey
1
UP TO $1,050 FREE
New User Bonus. T&Cs Apply.
Special for Bets on NHL, NFL & MLB 
Bet $1, Get $100 In Free Bets
$50 Free Bet on Deposit
Up to $1,000 Deposit Bonus
To Claim: Click Play Now
2
$5,000
Risk Free Bet
Up To $5,000 Risk Free Bet 
Weekly Betting Promos
Use Promo Code: LEGALRF

Mets Hitting Leaders

Pete Alonso

  • Pete Alonso paces the Mets in home runs (35) and runs batted in (89).
  • Among qualified hitters in MLB play, Alonso’s 35 HR rank ninth.
  • Jonathan Villar

  • Jonathan Villar is hitting .249 with 16 doubles, two triples, 18 home runs and 42 walks.
  • Among the qualified hitters in MLB action, Villar does not rank among the top hitters in the majors.
  • $50 Free Bet On Deposit + 20% Up To $1000 On Deposit

    Powered By Data Skrive using data from

    Staff Avatar
    Written by
    Staff

    View all posts by Staff
    Privacy Policy