Miami fell to 3-7 on the year, dropping a slugfest to the Mets 7-5.
- Giancarlo Stanton hit first home run of the season, and is now the franchise leader with 155.
- Jared Cosart took a no decision in the loss, tossing four scoreless innings before giving up two leads over in his final 1 1/3; he was charged with a fifth after AJ Ramos entered in relief.
- Counting that, Miami’s bulpen was responsible for three runs, with Mike Dunn taking the loss.
- Martin Prado also homered for the first time this season, giving Miami four in the last two games after hitting none in their first five.
- After keying the Marlins last two wins against the Braves, Miami’s 7th and 8th hitters returned to early season form, going 0-8.
- That includes JT Realmuto, who notably was once again in the starting lineup.
- Miami did not commit an error in the contest.
- Christian Yelich returned to the lineup, going 1-4 with a stolen base.
- Miami went 8-11 against the Mets last season, and of those eight wins, four of them were Henderson Alvarez starts (Alvarez went 3-0 in those contests).