The Miami Marlins (55-76) are looking for continued power from a hitter on a hot streak when they match up against the New York Mets (63-67) on Tuesday at 1:10 PM ET at Citi Field. Jesus Sanchez is currently on a two-game home run streak. Both the Mets (to win) and the Marlins ( ) have yet to name their starter.
The betting insights and predictions in this article reflect betting data from DraftKings as of April 14, 2021, 7:00 PM ET. See table below for current betting odds and CLICK HERE to bet at DraftKings Sportsbook.
Mets vs Marlins Betting Odds
Mets Betting Trends
- The Mets score an average of 3.5 runs per home game and four per contest away from Citi Field.
- The Mets score the second-fewest runs in baseball (488 total, 3.8 per game).
- The Mets have gone 42-33 in games they were listed as the moneyline favorite (winning 56% of those games).
- When it has played as a moneyline favorite with odds of -205 or shorter, New York has a 12-6 record (winning 66.7% of its games).
- In the 130 games bookmakers have set an over/under for New York, it has combined with opponents to go over the total 53 times (53-71-6).
- New York has a 2-3 record over the five games it was moneyline favorites in its last 10 matchups.
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Marlins Betting Trends
- The Marlins have scored 519 runs (just four per game) this season, which ranks 27th in MLB.
- In away games this season, they have scored a total of 252 runs (3.9 per game) while plating 267 total at home, an average of four per contest.
- This season, the Marlins have won 32 out of the 89 games, or 36%, in which they’ve been the underdog.
- This season, Miami has won four of its 11 games, or 36.4%, when they’re the underdog by at least +175 on the moneyline.
- Games involving Miami have gone over the total set by sportsbooks in 58 of 131 chances this season.
- Miami has played as the underdog in seven of its past 10 games and has won two of those contests.
Mets Players to Watch
- Pete Alonso leads the Mets in home runs (29) and runs batted in (76).
- Among the qualifying hitters in MLB play, Alonso ranks 11th in HR.
- Jonathan Villar is hitting .257 with 14 doubles, two triples, 15 home runs and 33 walks.
- Among the qualifying hitters in MLB, Villar ranks outside of the top 15 in average, hits and home runs.
Mets Batting Stats (2021)
Marlins Players to Watch
- Jesus Aguilar is batting .262 this season with a team-high 22 home runs and 89 RBI.
- Among qualified hitters in MLB, Aguilar ranks sixth in RBI.
- Miguel Rojas is batting .266 with an OBP of .326 and a slugging percentage of .400 this season.
Marlins Batting Stats (2021)
Mets vs Marlins Player Props
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