Baseball is entering its annual ‘crunch time’ and nobody knows that better than the teams vying for a playoff spot.
The Miami Marlins are struggling to put wins together as the team tries to remain in the hunt for the postseason.
With the San Francisco Giants being the first team since 1986 to successfully protest a game, we decided to take a look back at some of the past protested games upheld by the MLB. Here’s five times MLB game protests have been upheld:
If the Miami Marlins want to continue climbing up the standings and pushing for a playoff berth they’ll have to get by one of baseball’s best pitchers on Tuesday.
The Miami Marlins are struggling to find some consistency as they continue trying to fight their way into the postseason picture.
Edinson Volquez pitched one-hit ball for seven innings, Gregory Polanco drove in four runs and the Pittsburgh Pirates beat the Miami Marlins 7-2 Thursday.
As the Pittsburgh Pirates continue their push to make the postseason, one thing that would make the journey a bit easier would be if Edinson Volquez could regain his pre-All-Star break form.
Jeff Locke never lost his poise and gave the Pittsburgh Pirates a chance to get a win.
The Miami Marlins used a big five-run eighth inning to take down the host Pittsburgh Pirates in the opening game of a three-game set. Unfortunately for Pittsburgh, they could be dealing with bigger issues than a bad outing by their bullpen.
Adeiny Hechavarria had two hits and drove in a run during a decisive five-run rally in the eighth inning to help the Miami Marlins beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 6-3 on Tuesday night.