The Miami Marlins decided to give some of their regular starters a day of rest, so the Philadelphia Phillies took advantage and won 6-2 on Sunday.
The Miami Marlins are doing a good job proving that their 3-11 start to the season was nothing more than a stumble out of the gate.
The Miami Marlins manhandled the Philadelphia Phillies 7-0 on Saturday on the back of Martin Prado’s homer and four RBIs.
Giancarlo Stanton scored from first base on Marcell Ozuna’s double in the ninth, and the Miami Marlins beat the Philadelphia Phillies 4-3 on Friday night.
With a dazzling young core and some veteran leadership, the Miami Marlins’ current hot spell is a realization of the success many envisioned heading into 2015.
Wins haven’t come easy for the Miami Marlins so far this season, but a pair of victories in less than 24 hours certainly helps.
The season is still young but the Miami Marlins needed a win on Wednesday about as badly as a team could in April.
The Miami Marlins will take any advantage they can get after losing their fifth straight game on Tuesday night.
It’s no secret that the Miami Marlins have been grossly underachieving during the first two weeks of the 2015 MLB season.
The Miami Marlins season hasn’t started out as many had expected, but one major problem has trumped the rest.