Time is running out on the Miami Marlins’ slim wild-card chances, but hope isn’t completely lost with six of their next nine games against the playoff- hopeful Atlanta Braves.
While the Miami Marlins are struggling to find consistency on their current road trip, their west coast opponent is battling for more than a wild card spot.
The Miami Marlins arrived in Los Angeles looking to bounce back after losing two out of three to the Colorado Rockies over the weekend.
Coming off a disappointing series in Colorado, the Miami Marlins will look to continue their standings climb towards a wild card spot in Los Angeles against the division leading Angels.
Things have certainly changed for the Miami Marlins from this time a year ago.
The Miami Marlins are starting to get some momentum as they make a push towards a playoff berth.
While the Miami Marlins haven’t been hitting very well of late, they’ve still managed to keep winning games.
Brad Penny came away with a win last weekend in his first major league start in nearly three years and first for the Miami Marlins in a decade.
In his short time with the St. Louis Cardinals, Justin Masterson has struggled to settle in to his new surroundings.
The drive down the left-field line took a surprising path, clanging off the foul pole for a homer by a batter who rarely hits them against a pitcher who rarely gives them up.