The Miami Marlins managed three hits off the Arizona Diamondbacks. Two of them were booming home runs off the bat of Giancarlo Stanton.
Carlos Beltran homering from each side of the plate Saturday was hardly a shocker, since he had done it 10 times before.
While the Miami Marlins own baseball’s worst record, they haven’t played like it over the last week.
Even minus Ryan Braun, the Milwaukee Brewers’ lineup hardly skipped a beat. Jonathan Lucroy had four hits, Yovani Gallardo threw eight scoreless innings and Milwaukee beat the Miami Marlins 6-1 Monday night for its fourth consecutive victory.
The Milwaukee Brewers are riding a rare three-game winning streak, but it appears to be in serious jeopardy considering Ryan Braun’s thumb injury and Yovani Gallardo’s struggles.
The Miami Marlins continue to put up miserable numbers this season and could use a big shot-in-the-arm from slugger Giancarlo Stanton. However, Stanton isn’t close to rejoining the major league roster.
Everyone knows the Miami Marlins are bad, really, really bad. But the team could be headed to some historical levels not seen in the last 50 years in Major League Baseball.
It turns out a trip to Miami may have been just what the Arizona Diamondbacks needed to heat up their bats.
The Miami Marlins are inept this season, but the true problems facing manager Mike Redmond could possibly overwhelm even the greatest of managers.
Cole Hamels made two bad pitches on a night he had to be perfect.