Miami Marlins vs Philadelphia Phillies Prediction & Preview – Live MLB Streams

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This Sunday, there will be an MLB match between two NL East teams as the Philadelphia Phillies travel to LoanDepot Park to host the Miami Marlins. This game takes place at. 15:10 EST and it will be the last game in a series of three games. Philadelphia enters this game with a record of 82-79, while Miami enters this game with a record of 66-95.

The Phillies seem to be getting back on track offensively

TThe Philadelphia Phillies have been playing a terrible baseball lately as they have lost five of their last six games, including a two-run road loss to the Miami Marlins yesterday. In that game, Philadelphia’s offense was useless as it only scored one race despite recording eight hits. However, this poor offensive performance was extremely surprising, as the Phillies average 4.56 runs per game. Match, which is in 13th place in the league. Now Philadelphia will be looking to get back on track offensively with another road game next Sunday.

The Philadelphia Phillies will go with Zack Wheeler as the starter for this game, which should make fans extremely excited about his results in 2021. So far this season, he has a record of 14-10 along with a 2.78 ERA. In addition, he has a 2.77 ERA against Miami, as he has done well against this particular opponent.

After the loss to Miami, Philadelphia’s starting pitcher Hans Crouse thanked the organization for giving him a spot on the MLB list.

“I’m very lucky to be here and the Phillies are thinking a lot about me to give me a chance at the end of the season to show them what I can do on the way to next year.”

Miami is looking for another home win

The Miami Marlins go into this game in a bit of a downturn as they have lost 9 of their last 11 games. On the bright side, Miami managed to defeat Philadelphia at home by two races in its final game. In that game, Miami’s pitching was fantastic as it only allowed one run while limiting opposition to zero home runs. That quality result, however, was not too surprising as the Marlins have won 41 of their first 80 home games this season. Now Miami is looking for another home win with a matchup against a divisional rival next Sunday afternoon.

The Miami Marlins will join Pablo Lopez as starter for this game after a solid start to the campaign in 2021. So far this season, he has a 5-5 record along with a 3.03 ERA. In addition, he has a 2.26 ERA at home as he has looked significantly better in LoanDepot Park.

After the win against Philadelphia, Miami manager Don Mattingly praised starting pitcher Jesús Luzardo for his performance.

“We were considering letting him go. He had a good start and when he gets Bryce, we just decided there’s time.”

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