The Miami Marlins haven’t been a threat to break many records this season, but the team shattered a team record for futility on Sunday. With the 1-0, 13-inning loss to the Brewers, the Marlins have gone 37 innings without scoring a run.
Caleb Gindl hit his first career home run in the bottom of the 13th inning and the Brewers beat Miami 1-0 on Sunday, shutting out the punchless Marlins for the third consecutive game.
Marlins starter Kevin Slowey took the mound for the sixth inning Wednesday night and failed to make it through the warm-up pitches. Slowey exited with a strained left lat muscle and took the loss in the Philadelphia Phillies’ 3-0 victory.
Only two games into the season, the Miami Marlins are living down to the expectations many fans and pundits had ahead of the season. Through 18 innings of play, the Marlins have yet to score a single run.
It’s beginning to get almost comical watching the Florida Panthers try to score goals. The Panthers were blanked again Tuesday night, this time by the Toronto Maple Leafs, 3-0.
Jeanmar Gomez pitched three-hit ball into the seventh inning and Asdrubal Cabrera homered to lead the Cleveland Indians past the Miami Marlins 2-0 Saturday.
Playing with a sense of urgency usually attached to a playoff game, the Washington Capitals needed only 13 seconds to take the lead in their first-place showdown with the Florida Panthers.