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New York Mets falter in 10-2 loss to Marlins

One of the good things about Spring Training as a team is that you can have games, where you can just completely have things go wrong and the team gets whatever errors and mistakes out of their system. The New York Mets ran into that on Sunday, in their 10-2 loss to the Miami Marlins on Sunday.

Miami using a four run First Inning, found a great rhythm offensively and never looked back in earning the victory over New York.

One of the heroes on the offensive side for the Marlins was Jesus Aguilar who had a double and a homer in the game. New York saw a bit of an offensive spark thanks to Brandon Nimmo who had a homer in the Top of the Third Inning and Wilfredo Tovar who had a homer in the Top of the Ninth Innings.

Mike Montgomery saw his Spring Training record go to a 1-01 mark thanks to a 2.2 Inning Performance on the Mound for New York. Montgomery gave up six hits, giving up five runs and striking out two batters in going up against a tough Miami lineup. Meanwhile for the Marlins Daniel Castano, tossed 4.2 innings, giving up five hits and striking out five batters to improve his Spring Training record to 2-1.

1495 Sports is proud to bring the following Post Game Press Conference from the Mets, featuring thoughts from Manager Luis Rojas and stars James McCann and Mike Montgomery

It was sometime after Montgomery’s start that the Mets announced that they released the LHF from the team. In addition to releasing Montgomery the team informed Jerry Blevins, Jerad Eickhoff, Caleb Joseph, Jose Peraza, Mallex Smith and Arodys Vizcaino that they will not be on the Opening Day Roster. Also, LHP Stephen Tarpley has ben optioned to Triple-A Syracuse Mets.

Up next for the New York Mets will be a road trip, as the team heads to Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium in Jupiter, Florida to take on the St. Louis Cardinals. On the mound for New York will be Taijuan Walker who will take on Adam Wainwright. First pitch is scheduled for 12:05 p.m.

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