New York Mets vs Washington Nationals Prediction 3/11/23
- Mar 11, 2023, 6:43:04 AM
The New York Mets will be facing off against the Washington Nationals on March 11, 2023, at The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches in Florida. The Mets have a record of 6-6, with a 3-3 record on the road, while the Nationals have a record of 4-7, with a 1-3 record at home. In this article, we will be providing our expert picks and predictions for this matchup, as well as analyzing the betting trends and public betting data. We will also provide injury updates for both teams.
New York Mets
The New York Mets have had an up-and-down start to their season, with a record of 6-6. Their offense has been solid, with an average of 5.6 runs per game, but their pitching has been inconsistent, with a team ERA of 4.18. Pete Alonso has been a standout player for the Mets, with three home runs and four RBIs on the season. Their defense has been decent, with a fielding percentage of .985.
The Washington Nationals have had a slow start to their season, with a record of 4-7. Their offense has struggled, with an average of just 3.7 runs per game. Matt Adams has been a bright spot for the Nationals, with one home run and two RBIs on the season. Their pitching has been decent, with a team ERA of 4.23. Their defense has been solid, with a fielding percentage of .982.
The Mets have one player listed as day-to-day, Abraham Almonte, who is dealing with an injury to his calf. For the Nationals, there are four players listed as out, including Cole Henry, Derek Hill, Jackson Tetreault, and Robert Hassell III. Victor Robles is also listed as day-to-day.
This game has the potential to be a low-scoring affair, as both teams have struggled with their offense early in the season. However, we think the New York Mets have the edge in this matchup. Their offense has been more consistent than the Nationals, and their pitching has the potential to shut down the Nationals' struggling offense. We also think the Mets will cover the spread, as they have a good chance of winning by at least two runs.
Pick: New York Mets -1.5