Mets at Marlins: How to watch on May 18, 2024

The Mets (20-24) continue a three-game series against the Miami Marlins (14-32) on Saturday at 4:10 p.m. on PIX11.

Here's what to know about the game and how to watch...

Mets Notes

  • Luis Severino looks to get his first win since April 17 after earning three straight no-decisions. The right-hander is 2-2 over eight starts this season with a 3.00 ERA and 41 strikeouts over 45.0 IP.

  • Pete Alonso extended his hitting streak to three games in Friday night's loss, as the slugger is hitting .259 with three walks and three RBI over his last seven games.

  • Since making his team debut on April 26, J.D. Martinez is slashing .309/.356/.456 with four doubles, two home runs, seven RBI, and five walks over 68 at-bats.

  • New York is 10-10 away from Citi Field and batting .260/.325/.404 on the road this year. Their .260 batting average is the fifth-best in the majors, and their 5.20 runs per game on the

    road are the fifth-most in the major leagues.



Francisco Lindor, SS

Jazz Chisholm Jr., CF

Pete Alonso, 1B

Bryan De La Cruz, DH

Brandon Nimmo, LF

Josh Bell, 1B

J.D. Martinez, DH

Jesus Sanchez, RF

Mark Vientos, 3B

Jake Burger, 3B

Starling Marte, RF

Nick Gordon, LF

Harrison Bader, CF

Otto Lopez, 2B

Jeff McNeil, 2B

Vidal Brujan, SS

Tomas Nido, C

Nick Fortes, C

How can I watch Mets vs. Marlins online?

To watch Mets games online via PIX11, you will need a subscription to a TV service provider and live in the New York City metro area. This will allow fans to watch the Mets on their computer, tablet or mobile phone browser.

To get started on your computer, go to the PIX11 live stream website and follow the site's steps. For more FAQs, you can go here.