Wednesday's Mets-Marlins lineups

MIAMI -- Here are the lineups for Wednesday's 12:40 p.m. game against the Miami Marlins as the Mets try to avoid getting swept.

Terry Collins had indicated Justin Turner, who is hitting .491 in seven starts this season, likely would get the nod at first base against left-hander Wade LeBlanc. But Collins stuck with Ike Davis. Lefty batters are hitting .333 with three homers in 27 at-bats against LeBlanc this season, while righties are hitting a comparably robust .338 with one homer in 77 at-bats.

The Mets have lost in walk-off fashion on back-to-back days for the first time since April 9-10, 2003, also against the Marlins. Then, Ivan Rodriguez against Mike Stanton and Juan Pierre against Armando Benitez -- the same Juan Pierre as now -- delivered RBI singles.


Ruben Tejada, ss

Daniel Murphy, 2b

David Wright, 3b

John Buck, c

Lucas Duda, lf

Marlon Byrd, rf

Ike Davis, 1b

Juan Lagares, cf

Dillon Gee, rhp


Juan Pierre, lf

Donovan Solano, 2b

Greg Dobbs, 1b

Justin Ruggiano, cf

Marcell Ozuna, rf

Chris Valaika, 3b

Miguel Olivo, c

Nick Green, ss

Wade LeBlanc, lhp