Noah Syndergaard is back on the rubber Tuesday, as he gets the start for the Mets against the Marlins at 1:10 p.m. in Port St. Lucie on SNY.
The lineup looks like one you might see during the regular season. Pete Alonso, who is hitting cleanup, has had a slow spring with just two hits in 18 at-bats. He will look to heat up a bit, while Amed Rosario will try to collect his first spring hit in the seven-hole. Jeff McNeil remains in the leadoff spot, as he is raking per usual.
|Jazz Chisholm, SS||Jeff McNeil, 3B|
|Jon Berti, 3B||Brandon Nimmo, CF|
|Garrett Cooper, 1B||Robinson Cano, 2B|
|Matt Kemp, DH||Pete Alonso, 1B|
|Isan Diaz, 2B||Michael Conforto, RF|
|Harold Ramirez, LF||Wilson Ramos, C|
|Lewis Brinson, RF||Amed Rosario, SS|
|Chad Wallach, C||Dominic Smith, LF|
|Magneuris Sierra, CF||Jake Marisnick, DH|
Syndergaard had a great first outing for the Mets, allowing one hit and striking out two over two innings. The Mets will likely let him go into the third inning this time around to ramp up his workload.
Who is pitching for the Marlins?
RHP Jordan Yamamoto, who has a 3.60 ERA over two games thus far in spring training. He's allowed three runs (two earned) on five hits while striking out six in five innings of work.
The Mets take on the Cardinals in Port St. Lucie on Wednesday at 1:10 p.m.