It's only 4 games, but...
Marlins Starters ERA: 2.38 (second best, Braves at 1.59)
Marlins Pen ERA: 6.08 (second worst, again to the Braves at 9.45)
Marlins Pen WHIP: 1.95 (second, not surprisingly, to the Braves majestic 2.48 - no typo)
In late spring, Sanchez looked like he might be in the 2%-3% that come back from labrum surgery. He was tossing without fear last night, not holding back, though command is still something of an issue (3 BB in 5.0 IP), but very few good swings against him as he had 5 K (Wright twice, Beltran, Delgado and Maine) and 4 H. If the shoulder holds. he may be able to make it and give the Fish 4 good starters. If this were Little League and games only went 6 innings, the Marlins would stand a chance. But that pen is gawdawful.
Lindstrom, though, did get a vulture win, stealing it from Nunez who stole it from Sanchez as both Nunez and Lindstrom had blown saves. The pen handed the Mets all 4 of their runs with 7 H, 3 BB, and 1 HBP in 4.0 IP. Nunez was charged with a blown save though he was the only effective reliever, go 1.2 IP and allowing 1 H and no ER (shows how horrendous the others were as they allowed 6 H, 3 BB and 1 HBP in 2.1 IP - including HBP, a game WHIP of 4.29). Nunez came in during the 7th as the 4th reliever of the inning, inheriting one hell of a mess with bases jacked and 1 out, and gave up a Sac Fly before striking out Castillo. Two of the other 3 that created the mess got credits for holds. I have a lot of problems with Saves and BS stats. One of them is my belief is that the BS should be like a Loss, and charged to the pitcher responsible for that man on base rather than the pitcher on the mound when the guy scores.