Mets vs Marlins Odds, Picks & Predictions – July 31

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At LoanDepot park on Sunday, the Miami Marlins play the New York Mets (five consecutive wins) at 1:40 PM ET. The starting pitchers are Taijuan Walker (8-2) for the Mets, and Pablo Lopez (7-5) for the Marlins.

Despite being the away team the Mets are a moderate moneyline favorite (-149) over the Marlins (+126). The total for this contest is set at 7.

Mets vs. Marlins Odds

Run Line

New York Mets (-1.5)

Moneyline

Mets (-149)

Total

7 Runs (Over: -112, Under: -109)

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When, Where, at What Time is Mets vs. Marlins

  • Game Day: Sunday, July 31, 2022
  • Game Time: 1:40 PM ET
  • Location: Miami, Florida
  • Stadium: LoanDepot park

Mets Injury Report

NameStatusInjury
James McCann10 Day Injury ListOblique
Dominic Smith10 Day Injury ListAnkle
Drew Smith15 Day Injury ListBack
Joey Lucchesi60 Day Injury ListElbow
John Curtiss60 Day Injury ListElbow
Jacob deGrom60 Day Injury ListShoulder
Trevor May60 Day Injury ListElbow
Sean Reid-Foley60 Day Injury ListElbow
Tylor Megill60 Day Injury ListShoulder

Marlins Injury Report

NameStatusInjury
Jorge Soler10 Day Injury ListBack
Garrett Cooper10 Day Injury ListWrist
Brian Anderson10 Day Injury ListShoulder
Elieser Hernandez10 Day Injury ListIllness
Jon Berti10 Day Injury ListGroin
Jordan Holloway15 Day Injury ListElbow
Cole Sulser15 Day Injury ListBack
Trevor Rogers15 Day Injury ListBack
Edward Cabrera15 Day Injury ListElbow
Tommy Nance15 Day Injury ListGroin
Max Meyer60 Day Injury ListArm
Jesús Luzardo60 Day Injury ListForearm

Last Time Out: Mets and Marlins

Carlos Carrasco (7.00 IP, 0 R, 4 H, 7 K) was credited with the win in the Mets’ 4-0 victory over the Marlins yesterday. Francisco Lindor led the way offensively, going 3-for-4 with a home run and two RBI. Nick Neidert (5.00 IP, 2 R, 5 H, 3 K) was handed the loss for the Marlins.

Betting Trends

Mets Betting Records and Team Stats

The Mets have entered the game as favorites 72 times this season and won 49, or 68.1%, of those games. New York has a record of 30-10, a 75% win rate, when favored by -149 or more by sportsbooks this season. The moneyline for this contest implies a 59.8% chance of a victory for the Mets. So far this season, New York and its opponents have hit the over in 50 of their 100 games with a total. The Mets are 53-47-0 against the spread in their 100 chances this season.

NameGPAVG (Rank)OBP (Rank)SLG (Rank)HR% (Rank)K% (Rank)BB% (Rank)
Pete Alonso99.274 (42).352 (41).535 (9)6.1% (8)19.9% (76)9.0% (70)
Francisco Lindor99.257 (71).334 (67).444 (61)3.9% (47)20.1% (78)9.2% (65)
Starling Marte84.301 (15).349 (44).477 (31)3.0% (76)19.9% (76)4.9% (142)
Brandon Nimmo92.263 (62).345 (50).426 (72)2.5% (93)17.5% (55)9.1% (68)
Jeff McNeil87.289 (31).350 (43).411 (88)1.5% (130)12.9% (14)7.2% (98)

Marlins Betting Records and Team Stats

The Marlins have won in 19, or 34.5%, of the 55 contests they have been named as odds-on underdogs in this year. This year, Miami has won six of 24 games when listed as at least +126 or worse on the moneyline. The Marlins have an implied victory probability of 44.2% according to the moneyline set for this matchup. Miami’s games have gone over the total in 49 of their 101 opportunities. The Marlins are 45-56-0 against the spread in their 101 games that had a posted line this season.

NameGPAVG (Rank)OBP (Rank)SLG (Rank)HR% (Rank)K% (Rank)BB% (Rank)
Miguel Rojas92.243 (105).290 (135).354 (133)1.8% (120)11.6% (9)5.5% (131)
Jesús Aguilar92.244 (102).291 (134).390 (109)3.2% (67)23.8% (108)5.8% (125)
Jesús Sánchez90.204 (147).269 (148).391 (108)3.8% (51)26.6% (132)7.6% (93)
Joey Wendle53.282 (-).330 (-).384 (-)1.0% (-)10.3% (-)5.2% (-)
Avisaíl García88.232 (122).267 (149).323 (145)2.1% (107)27.9% (139)3.6% (152)

Mets vs. Marlins Picks and Predictions

We pick that the Mets will pick up the victory in this game, and they’re our choice on the moneyline (-149). If you’re looking for a pick on the over/under, we see the final scoring winding up over the total (7 runs).

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WRITTEN BY

Stacy Sailer

Stacy has been a baseball fan for as long as she can remember. She admits that she grew up as a spoiled Yankees fan in the late-90’s/early 2000’s, but has slowly evolved into a disgruntled Yankees fan due to their lone championship title in the last 21 seasons. She follows other sports, but her first love has always been baseball and loves getting to share her insight and knowledge with the Betsperts community.

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