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Recap: Marlins @ Mets Game 3
- Updated: September 24, 2012
Ricky Nolasco only gave up two runs in todays game, a 2 run homer by David Wright in the 1st inning. Nolasco had 5 hits, 2 walks and 5 K’s, hoping that the Marlins would catch up while he kept the Mets at bay for 7 innings.
The Fish finally responded in the 5th, which proved to be our most productive inning. Rob Brantly scored on a sac fly from Bryan Petersen and Gil Velazquez reached on a throwing error by Kelly Shoppach.
It seemed like it would head for extra innings until Ryan Webb came in to keep the game tied for Miami in the 9th.
The inning started with a single from Scott Hairston, he then reached second on a passed ball by Brantly. The game ended 6 batters later when Ruben Tejada singled into left center to drive in Hairston for the win. This is another example of the Marlins failure to back up the defense in a low scoring game.
The Fish only produced 5 hits against the Mets starter Chris Young, leaving the opposing bullpen unscathed.