After a built-in day off, Washington resumes their series with miami at Nationals Park. The Nationals scored all four of their runs in the sixth, seventh, and eighth innings. They were boosted by a Bryce Harper home run, the fifth time he's connected on one for opening day. Starting pitcher Stephen Strasburg was able to grab the win after solid outing of two earned runs on six hits in seven innings. First pitch is slated for 7:05 PM Eastern time and the game can be seen on, FSN Florida, and MASN.

Marlins (0-1, 5th NL East)

Catcher A.J. Ellis is currently listed as questionable with a hamstring injury.

He did not play in the season opener and is not in the lineup for Wednesday night. Left-handed reliever Jeff Locke, third baseman Martin Prado, and right-handed reliever Oddrisamer Despaigne are all currently on the 10-day DL. Both Prado and Despaigne are planned to return sometime later in April.

The Marlins will roll with righty Dan Strally on the mound. He had a 14-8 record with a 3.76 ERA in his 2016 campaign with Cincinnati. He ended last season with three victories and a no decision. Strally also didn't give up more than three runs in his final seven starts.

Nationals (1-0, 3rd NL East)

Third baseman Anthony Rendon is questionable for the contest on Wednesday. He didn't play in the season opener with a calf injury.

However, he is listed in the batting lineup for Washington. First baseman Jose Marmolejos remains on the 60-day DL with a forearm injury.

Right-handed starter Tanner Roark will make his season debut with the Nationals. He went 16-10 in his fourth season with the club and posted just a 2.83 ERA. He'll hope to improve his performances against the Marlins, where he just went 2-4 with a 4.46 ERA.

Reliever Blake Treinen recorded his first save of the season in the final inning Monday afternoon and also delivered two strikeouts.

Washington is favored at -152 on the moneyline while Miami sits at +137. The run total has been set to 8.5. The Marlins are just 4-9 in their last 13 games.