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Leiter 5-2, 2.05 vs. Willis 6-5, 4.07

 

 

 

07/10/2004 6:08 PM ET

D-Train goes for series win

Mets (44-42) at Marlins (44-43), 3:05 p.m. ET

By Joe Frisaro / MLB.com

 

 

The Marlins last won a series on June 22-24, taking two of three against the Braves at home. They have a chance to claim a series victory on Sunday, in the rubber game with the Mets at Pro Player Stadium.

 

Left-hander Dontrelle Willis seeks to also give the Marlins back-to-back wins for the first time since they knocked off the Braves in the first two games of that June series.

 

Now in his second season in the bigs, Willis has excelled when facing the Mets. The left-hander is 4-0 with an 0.64 ERA against New York, including a win this season in which he gave up one run in seven innings. As a rookie in 2003, Willis tossed a one-hit, complete-game shutout to defeat the Mets.

 

In 44 starts in his career, Willis is 20-11. The Marlins are 28-16 in his starts.

 

Having snapped a stretch of three straight rough outings, Willis is coming off a solid performance in a no-decision against the Pirates on July 6.

 

Mets left-hander Al Leiter, who starred on the Marlins' 1997 World Series title team, is 22-8 in his career at Pro Player Stadium.

 

 

 

Players to Watch: (Credit: Joe Frisaro & Kevin T. Czerwinski / MLB.com)

  • Dontrelle Willis is 4-0, 0.64 ERA lifetime vs. Mets
  • Luis Castillo is 18-for-45 (.400) lifetime vs. Leiter
  • Mike Redmond is 13-for-29 (.448) lifetime vs. Leiter.
  • Mike Lowell's home run on Saturday was his 128th as a Marlin.
  • Todd Zeile has two hits in six at-bats against Willis, both home runs.
  • Wigginton is 4-for-10 against the D-Train, with a pair of walks.

Quotable:

(Credit: Joe Frisaro / MLB.com)

"It was tough to breathe. It wasn't going anywhere. The smoke was just sitting there." -- Redmond, on the smoke that filled the stadium early in the game because of nearby brushfires

 

(Credit: Kevin T. Czerwinski / MLB.com)

"Free Wiggy. Free Wiggy." -- Vance Wilson, chanting as reporters interviewed Wigginton following Friday's 6-3 victory

 

 

 

On Television:

Marlins station: PAX

Mets station: WPIX

 

On Radio:

Marlins station: Sports radio/WQAM 560 AM; WQBA 1140 AM Spanish

Mets station: WFAN 660 AM, WADO 1280 AM Spanish

 

On Internet:

MLB.TV

Gameday Audio

 

On Webcast:

DT, rferry, Cape, and Co...

 

 

 

DT's Prediction: 7 IP 4Ks for D-Trian, Ass graber and Mando get it done in the 8th and 9th... Fish Win 4-3 dammit

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I'll be there,i have this feeling that luis gonna hit a home run...

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Laz with the huge pick there. I bet it happens since Laz said it.

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I'll be there,i have this feeling that luis gonna hit a home run...

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Laz with the huge pick there. I bet it happens since Laz said it.

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:thumbup and cab's gonna have a huge game along with gonzo

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I have PAX, maybe they'll air it up here today. That'd be nice.

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Only WPXM (Miami), WPXP (Palm Beach), WEVU (Fort Myers), COX Cable (Gainesville), and COMCAST (Panama City) will air this game. That is the Marlins Television Network.

 

Mets TV will have the game on WPIX. WB11 in New York, Channel 234 on Dish Network Nationwide.

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