**It's Never Too Early For Baseball, Part 4**

by MTi Sports

*Each week, leading up to the 2009 MLB season,
MTi Sports will take a look at
noteworthy team and starter trends for each MLB team. This week’s teams: Mets, Mariners and Marlins.
*
**Mets**

The Mets are 13-0 SU since May 09, 2004 as a favorite when they are off two losses in which they never led and it is not the first game of a series for a net profit of $1300

The Mets are 7-0 SU since September 13, 2004 at home after a loss and it is the second game of a double header for a net profit of $780

The Mets are 0-6 SU since June 04, 2006 at home after an extra inning win and it is not the first game of a series for a net profit of $940 when playing against.

The Mets are 10-0 OU since June 10, 2007 after a loss in which they had 12+ hits and it is not the first game of a series for a net profit of $1000 when playing the over.

The Mets are 9-0 OU since July 26, 2007 when Oliver Perez starts vs. a team that has lost at least their last two games for a net profit of $900 when playing the over.

The Mets are 9-0 OU since June 07, 2007 when John Maine starts as a favorite vs. a team that has averaged 7+ strikeouts per game for a net profit of $900 when playing the over.

The Mets are 8-0-1 OU since May 18, 2008 when Oliver Perez starts after his team scored a total of seven or more runs in his last start for a net profit of $800 when playing the over.

The Mets are 0-8 SU since June 20, 2007 when Oliver Perez starts at home when their team used 6+ pitchers yesterday for a net profit of $1330 when playing against.

**Mariners**

The Mariners are 11-0 SU since April 18, 2004 as a 140+ favorite after a win in which their starter pitched at least 8 innings for a net profit of $1100

The Mariners are 8-0 SU since April 11, 2007 when Felix Hernandez starts as a dog after throwing more than 100 pitches and they won in his previous start for a net profit of $1050

The Mariners are 0-11-1 OU since September 05, 2005 when Felix Hernandez starts as a dog in the first game of a series for a net profit of $1100 when playing the under.

The Mariners are 0-8 OU since August 08, 2006 when Felix Hernandez starts as a favorite after walking at least 4 for a net profit of $800 when playing the under.

**Marlins**

The Marlins are 6-0 SU since April 04, 2006 as a road dog of +170 or higher after a loss in which they were shut out in the last 6 innings and it is not the first game of a series for a net profit of $1160.

The Marlins are 10-0-2 OU since April 29, 2006 as a favorite after a loss in which they had more than ten runners left-on-base for a net profit of $1000 when playing the over.

The Marlins are 0-9-1 OU since June 10, 2008 at home when they blew a lead in their starter's last start and lost for a net profit of $900 when playing the under.

The Marlins are 8-0 OU since May 30, 2004 when they are off two one-run wins and it is not the first game of a series for a net profit of $800 when playing the over.

The Marlins are 10-0 SU since May 26, 2008 when Ricky Nolasco starts after throwing more than 100 pitches and they won in his previous start.

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