Logan Verrett started for the Mets and looked quite good through the first six innings, giving up three hits, two walks, and striking out six over 85 pitches.
The Mets continued their anemic offensive play of late, sprinkling four hits over six innings against Adam Conley, who struck out nine Mets on his way to the no decision. The Mets managed to get to reliever Dustin McGowan, who gave up a two-run single to Kevin Plawecki in the seventh inning, which proved to be enough.
The Marlins scored a run in the bottom of the eighth, in the midst of a five-out Jeurys Familia save.
The Mets are off tomorrow, and will hopefully do some sort of offensive voodoo ceremony en route to Cleveland, where they begin a three-game series with the Indians on Friday.
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