Found October 01, 2012 on Mets Merized Online:
Monday October 1, 7:10 PM ETMarlins Park, MiamiJeurys Familia (0-0, 8.64) vs. Josh Johnson (8-14, 3.81 ERA) Starting LineupRuben Tejada, ssDaniel Murphy, 2bDavid Wright, 3bScott Hairston, rfIke Davis, 1bKelly Shoppach, cJason Bay, lfAndres Torres, cfJeurys Familia, rhpThe Mets and Marlins open up in Miami for the final series of the season tonight as Jeurys Familia gets the start tonight against Josh Johnson. Familia has pitched 8.1 innings in 7 games so far this season allowing 8 ER and tonight he will be making his first start. He was 9-9 in 28 starts this season in Buffalo while pitching 137.0 innings with a 4.73 ERA. He has never faced the Marlins in the major league, nor has faced any Marlins hitters in the majors.The Mets bats will start the close of the season by facing Josh Johnson who is 8-14 over 31 starts this season pitching 191.0 innings with a 3.81 ERA. He is 1-3 in his last four starts where he has pitched 26.0 innings with a 3.46 ERA. He’s 0-1 in three starts against...
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