The Mets and Marlins will wrap up the 2018 season on Sunday afternoon at 3:10 p.m. at Citi Field on SNY.
The Mets won via walk-off on Saturday night for the eighth time this season and won by a score of 1-0 for the first time since 2013 ... David Wright started on Saturday night for the first time since May 27, 2016 ... Austin Jackson's walk-off double marked his fourth career walk-off and his first since 2015... The Mets are 11-3-2 in their last 16 series ... Michael Conforto has hit 17 homers and has 52 RBI since the All-Star break.
|JT Riddle, SS||Jose Reyes, SS|
|Starlin Castro, 2B||Jeff McNeil, 2B|
|Derek Dietrich, 3B||Michael Conforto, RF|
|Peter O'Brien, 1B||Jay Bruce, 1B|
|Lewis Brinson, CF||Todd Frazier, 3B|
|Isaac Galloway, LF||Dominic Smith, LF|
|Chad Wallach, C||Austin Jackson, CF|
|Sandy Alcantara, RHP||Tomas Nido, C|
|Magneuris Sierra, RF||Noah Syndergaard, RHP|
Who is starting for the Mets?
RHP Noah Syndergaard (3.22 ERA/2.87 FIP, 1.252 WHIP in 145.1 innings), who will try to finish the season on a high note. Syndergaard last faced the Marlins on Aug. 12 when he allowed three runs in seven innings. He tossed six scoreless innings against the Baves on Sept. 25.
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Who is starting for the Marlins?
RHP Sandy Alcantara (4.00 ERA/5.68 FIP, 1.556 WHIP in 27 innings), who has pitched four times in September after first making his season debut against the Mets on June 29. Alcantara was roughed up his last time out as he allowed six runs in four innings against the Nationals.