Miami Marlins vs P. Phillies by Sors
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Straily wasn’t at his best his last time out, surrendering 8 hits and 3 runs (including two homers to Yasiel Puig and Corey Seager) over five innings of a 4-6 home loss to the Dodgers on July 14.However, it doesn’t change the fact that he has been the Marlins’ most consistent starter this season, as the 28-year-old right-hander has allowed two or fewer earned runs in eleven of his previous nineteen outings and lasted six innings in five of the last eight.
In his previous ten home contests this season, Straily went 3-1 with a 2.43 ERA.
In addition to that, the right-hander has fared well against the Phillies, going 2-0 with a 0.77 ERA in two career starts.He yielded 9 hits and 2 runs (one earned), while walking one and striking out ten over 6 2/3 innings in the last of them, a 10-2 home win on May 31.
Philadelphia will counter with Nick Pivetta (2-5 with a 5.63 ERA), who is coming off the worst start of his short career, as the 24-year-old pitcher was tagged for 9 runs in five innings of a 6-9 loss at Miller Park last Friday.
In the matter of fact, Pivetta pitched well in each of his previous two starts this month (1-0 with a 2.57 ERA), but has a 2-4 record and a 6.92 ERA in eight road contests and what is also important to be noted: the right-hander couldn’t make it out of the fifth inning in seven of those eight outings.
He’s never faced the Marlins or any of their hitters before.
I think that the Miami Marlins will manage to win that game, most probably with more than one run difference.
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