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Saltalamacchia’s second homer of the spring - in the second inning - for his new team was the first run against Wheeler in Grapefruit League games. Saltalamacchia also singled to center in the fourth.
Brian Bogusevic also singled off of Wheeler with a line drive to right field in the third. Wheeler walked one and struck out two in 4 2-3 innings.
Marlins starter Tom Koehler gave up three hits and struck out five in five innings.
“We knew with Koehler, (Henry) Rodriguez and Wheeler there was going to be some velocity tonight,” said Bob Geren, the Mets bench coach who served as acting manager. “We had a feeling it was going to be a low-scoring game coming in and, unfortunately, we were on the low end of it.
“But there were some impressive big arms tonight for both teams,” he said.
The Marlins and Mets had players on road trips away from the Grapefruit League this weekend.
The Marlins left on Friday to play two games against the Yankees in the Legend Series in Panama City, Panama. The games were scheduled to honor Yankees closer Mariano Rivera, who retired after last season.
Many of the Mets were in Las Vegas for two exhibition games against the Chicago Cubs in the Big League weekend.
Mets: Wheeler had pitched six scoreless innings over two starts coming in.
“It could’ve been better but I’m pleased with it,” Wheeler said. “I was throwing a lot fastballs trying to get my arm strengthened up and get my locations down.”
Marlins: Koehler, making his third start in four appearance this season.
“I’m going to pitch until they tell me I’m done,” Koehler said. “I threw 63 pitches (for 42 strikes) in five innings is pretty good and I feel I’m pretty close.
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