In the final game of a 4-game set, the Marlins concluded their road trip by attempting to split the series with the Mets and reach 30 wins for the season. That milestone must wait for another day after they were shut out by David Peterson and New York’s bullpen on Monday.
The Mets offense in the bottom of the first inning worked Trevor Rogers up to a 25 pitches. Mark Canha’s bases-loaded walk gave them the early 1-0 lead. This inning could have been a lot worse but luckily Trevor was able to get out of it with only one run given up (the run was unearned because of a Jon Berti error).