The Miami Marlins continue their struggles against the New York Mets as they lost 5-3 Saturday afternoon. In front of one of their largest home crowds of the season, the Fish never held a lead but did make things interesting.
The Marlins had left-handed pitcher Trevor Rogers as their starting pitcher on Saturday. Rogers was looking to get back on track—he has struggled mightily this season after his All-Star season in 2021 and finished second in N.L. Rookie of Year voting.
Rogers had an outstanding start to his outing as he struck out the side in the top of the first but things got worse after that.