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Friday 5/25/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore
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+1.5  +140



WASHINGTON (26 - 22) at MIAMI (19 - 30)
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Friday, 5/25/2018 7:10 PM
Board OpeningLatest
955WASHINGTON-260Ov 7,-105-235Ov 7,+110
956MIAMI+230Un 7,-115+215Un 7,-130
WASHINGTON - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games26-22-4.321-254.40.2380.3190.3860.7063.70.2170.2800.3660.646
Road Games14-8+5.49-114.90.2450.3260.3930.7183.90.2300.2940.3650.658
vs Right-handed Starters20-11+4.515-154.80.2490.3290.3980.7283.80.2220.2790.3690.648
Past 7 Games3-4-2.74-33.70.2280.2750.3920.6683.70.2210.2800.3940.674
Grass Games26-22-4.321-254.40.2380.3190.3860.7063.70.2170.2800.3660.646
Night Games17-12+1.413-154.60.2460.3200.4000.7203.60.2190.2790.3630.642
WASHINGTON - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games4.40.2380.319481607383684540.3861991913933434336233622
Road Games4.90.2450.32622754185322250.393106901771716013121312
Righty Starters4.80.2490.329311060264432370.3981421272422423122172013
WASHINGTON - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games4.451.271137.7716812118541496-913765%
Road Games5.221.37660.3373554729643-39375%

MIAMI - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games19-30+0.723-263.40.2300.2920.3340.6265.10.2530.3320.4170.749
Home Games10-15-1.111-143.40.2420.3020.3450.6464.40.2390.3080.3820.689
vs Right-handed Starters15-21+216-203.30.2280.2830.3290.6125.20.2460.3310.3980.729
Past 7 Games3-4+0.82-52.70.2150.2770.3130.5904.10.2430.3230.3330.656
Grass Games19-30+0.723-263.40.2300.2920.3340.6265.10.2530.3320.4170.749
Night Games14-22-0.116-203.10.2340.2890.3300.6195.00.2500.3290.4160.745
MIAMI - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games3.40.2300.292491657381607330.3341561454281034045253415
Home Games3.40.2420.30225862209343160.345797320571812413179
Righty Starters3.30.2280.283361210276394250.32911293309623635172611
MIAMI - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games5.651.555189.7124119206258918810-1010566.7%
Home Games4.401.358102.453509711421005-65362.5%
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
5/11/2018SCHERZER(R)@ ARIZONAKOCH(R)3-1W-1907.5 ovU751540
5/12/2018STRASBURG(R)@ ARIZONASCRIBNER(R)2-1W-1758 unU7111580
5/13/2018HELLICKSON(R)@ ARIZONAGODLEY(R)6-4W1158.5 ovO952960
5/19/2018ROARK(R)LA DODGERSSTRIPLING(R)1-4L-1258.5 ovU641760
5/19/2018SCHERZER(R)LA DODGERSHILL(L)4-5L-1957 ovO4601081
5/20/2018STRASBURG(R)LA DODGERSWOOD(L)2-7L-1307.5 unO450750
5/21/2018GONZALEZ(L)SAN DIEGOERLIN(L)10-2W-1758 ovO1560451
5/22/2018HELLICKSON(R)SAN DIEGOLAUER(L)2-1W-1808.5 ovU880741
5/23/2018FEDDE(R)SAN DIEGOROSS(R)1-3L-1358.5 ovU761750
5/26/2018ROARK(R)@ MIAMICHEN(L) 
5/27/2018STRASBURG(R)@ MIAMI  
5/31/2018 @ ATLANTA  
6/1/2018 @ ATLANTA  

MIAMI - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
5/11/2018STRAILY(R)ATLANTAMCCARTHY(R)6-3W+1258.5 ovO1472570
5/12/2018GARCIA(L)ATLANTASOROKA(R)5-10L+1258 evO10711261
5/13/2018URENA(R)ATLANTANEWCOMB(L)3-4L+1358 unU461861
5/15/2018CHEN(L)LA DODGERSWOOD(L)4-2W+1558 unU1260561
5/16/2018HERNANDEZ(R)LA DODGERSBUEHLER(R)6-5W+1807.5 ovO111011071
5/17/2018SMITH(L)LA DODGERSMAEDA(R)0-7L+1407.5 unU44010100
5/18/2018STRAILY(R)@ ATLANTAWISLER(R)2-0W1609 ovU630450
5/19/2018URENA(R)@ ATLANTANEWCOMB(L)1-8L1708.5 unO561910
5/20/2018CHEN(L)@ ATLANTATEHERAN(R)9-10L1659 unO121011282
5/21/2018HERNANDEZ(R)@ NY METSVARGAS(L)0-2L1158.5 ovU581970
5/22/2018SMITH(L)@ NY METSWHEELER(R)5-1W1057 ovU970442
5/23/2018STRAILY(R)@ NY METSDEGROM(R)2-1W2107 ovU9120671
5/31/2018 @ SAN DIEGO  
6/1/2018 @ ARIZONA  
WASHINGTON: 2017 97-65, first place, lost to Cubs in NLDS
MANAGER Dave Martinez (first season)
ADDITIONS: 1B-OF Matt Adams, C Miguel Montero, RHP Jeremy Hellickson, RHP Joaquin Benoit, INF Matt Reynolds
SUBTRACTIONS: Manager Dusty Baker, LF Jayson Werth, 1B-LF Adam Lind, C Jose Lobaton, RHP Matt Albers
OUTLOOK: This might be the end of an era at Nationals Park, with Harper eligible to leave as a free agent after the season and General Manager Mike Rizzo's contract set to expire, too. The team has won four NL East titles in the past six years but has zero playoff series victories to show for it. That's why yet another manager (Baker) lost his job, and yet another rookie skipper has been brought in (will Martinez have more success than Matt Williams?). Rizzo has made no secret of the need to start making postseason inroads -- a World Series is the stated goal, and that's certainly not an outrageous aim, given all the talent he's assembled. The lineup remains almost exactly the same, although Werth is gone after playing out his seven-year contract. The rotation and bullpen are also nearly identical to the way they looked at the end of 2017.
MIAMI: 2017 77-85, second place
MANAGER Don Mattingly (third season)
ADDITIONS: INF Starlin Castro, CF Lewis Brinson, OF Cameron Maybin, 1B Garrett Cooper, RHP Jacob Turner, OF-1B Scott Van Slyke, RHP Jumbo Diaz, RHP Sandy Alcantara
SUBTRACTIONS: RF Giancarlo Stanton, LF M
OUTLOOK: New CEO Derek Jeter is accustomed to winning, but that is about to change. He traded away half of last year's starting lineup, including the NL MVP in Stanton, which means the Marlins are rebuilding yet again. Even with an entirely new outfield, the offense could be decent. But Castro and Realmuto are potential trade bait and might be gone before August, and the season will almost surely end Sept. 30, leaving the Marlins out of the playoffs for the 15th year in a row. This season is really about developing prospects acquired in those offseason trades, and if youngsters such as Brinson and Alcantara perform well, 2018 will be considered a successful start for Jeter.arcell Ozuna, CF Christian Yelich, 2B Dee Gordon, RHP Tom Koehler, OF Ichiro Suzuki, RHP Dustin McGowan, C A.J. Ellis
Marlins' Urena draws tough assignment against Nationals' Scherzer

MIAMI -- Jose Urena's luck is not getting any better.

The Miami Marlins are 0-10 when Urena starts this year. Individually, he is 0-7 despite a 4.55 ERA that is nowhere near as bad as his win-loss record. He also has four quality starts this year, including three in his past five outings. His seven losses are the most in the majors, but a 2.20 run-support rating is the poorest figure in the league.

Urena, who went 14-7 with a 3.82 ERA in his breakout 2017 season, may have caught another bad break with the pitching matchup set for Friday night in a game between the last-place Marlins (19-30) and the visiting Washington Nationals (26-22), who are in third in this battle between NL East rivals.

That bad fortune is because the Nationals are starting superstar right-hander Max Scherzer, who has won three Cy Young awards, including trophies from the 2016 and 2017 seasons.

Given Scherzer's resume, it may be hard to believe, but Scherzer (7-1, 1.78 ERA) is having a career year in 2018, leading the league in several categories, including wins, strikeouts, hits per nine innings (5.5) and WHIP (0.85).

He is averaging 14.5 strikeouts per nine innings, which is No. 1 among starters. He has yet to allow more than two earned runs in any of his 10 starts, and he has double-figure strikeouts in three straight games.

But despite Scherzer's brilliance, Washington is still struggling, in part because of the continued absence of several key players, including second baseman Daniel Murphy, who has yet to play this season because of knee surgery.

Murphy, who has begun baseball activities, has 90 doubles, eight triples, 48 homers and 197 RBIs in the past two years. In fact, he has led the league in doubles in each of those years.

Veteran Howie Kendrick, who was leading the team with a .303 batting average while filling in for Murphy at second and also playing some in left field, ruptured his Achilles tendon last week, giving the Nationals another blow.

"It's a huge loss, especially when we needed him," Nationals right fielder Bryce Harper told the media at the time. "I'm super bummed out."

Harper has been bummed a lot lately because his teammates have been hitting the disabled list with alarming frequency this year.

Starting left fielder Adam Eaton is likely out until July after surgery on his left ankle. Outfielder Brian Goodwin is likely out until June with a contusion on his left wrist. Starting catcher Matt Wieters is expected to miss six weeks with a hamstring injury. And starting first baseman Ryan Zimmerman is out indefinitely with a back injury.

Washington's pitching has also been impacted by the injury wave. Ryan Madson, one of Washington's top three relievers, is out until next month with a pectoral injury.

So where does that leave Washington on Friday?

Well, there are superstars Scherzer and Harper, who are fully capable of carrying the Nationals. Closer Sean Doolittle (2.18 ERA, nine saves) would be in line to clean up if Scherzer exits with a lead.

Offensively, third baseman Anthony Rendon has returned from the disabled list after missing 20 games. He is a major threat after lasting 25 homers to go with 41 doubles and 100 RBIs last year.

Shortstop Trea Turner, who bats leadoff, is a terror on the bases with 13 steals in 14 attempts. And left fielder Juan Soto, only 19 years old, homered on Monday on the first pitch of his first start.

Soto's homer went 422 feet ... to the opposite field. His performance in his three major-league games this week vindicates what he has accomplished in the minors this year: a .362 batting average with 14 homers in 39 games.

With the Nationals, he went 2-for-4 in his first start, showed his maturity by going 1-for-1 with three walks in his second start and then cooled off a bit by going 0-for-4 on Wednesday.

Meanwhile, Miami -- while in last place -- is coming off a strong series at the New York Mets, taking two of three games. Miami trailed the Mets 1-0, with ace Jacob deGrom in line for the win, before rallying for a 2-1 win in the ninth inning on Wednesday.

"Hopefully, we can carry some momentum into our homestand," Marlins catcher J.T. Realmuto told the media after the win over the Mets.

This is the first time the Nationals and Marlins have met this year. But Urena is 1-2 with a 4.84 ERA in eight career appearances against the Nationals, including two starts.

Scherzer is 7-3 with a 3.21 ERA in 14 starts against the Marlins. He is 4-2 with a 2.06 ERA in seven games at Marlins Park.

Last Updated: 2/16/2019 10:43:31 PM EST

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