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Marlins-Mets rained out, no makeup date set

NEW YORK -- The Marlins will head home from CitiField at .500.

Wednesday's game was postponed by rain at roughly 8:20 p.m. No make up date has been set.

Marlins manager Jack McKeon said he heard the Mets are considering rescheduling the game as either part of a double-header on Aug. 30, during what is supposed to be a four-game weekend series here between the teams, or on Sept. 8, right after the Mets come to South Florida for a three-game series at Sun Life Stadium. Both teams have a scheduled off day on Sept. 8. The Marlins would then head to Pittsburgh right after.

It's the third time the Marlins have been rained out this season and the second time in New York. They Mets called a game because of rain on May 17th. The Marlins won the make-up game July 18, 4-1.

McKeon said he's simply going to slide his rotation back a day. Clay Hensley will start Thursday at home against the visiting Cardinals.

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'witz

Bonifacio should win a gold glove, but he won't 'cuz the league won't be able to figure out how to give him one. They'll have to give him six. All the competition will be for the other 3 positions.

Jacob

Pretty lame joke

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