The Miami Marlins’ struggles inside their division continued this weekend.
There has been one consistent bright spot in the Miami Marlins abysmal season.
Tom Koehler allowed five runs over six innings, including three on back-to-back homers by Clint Robinson and Ian Desmond’s back-to-back homers in his final frame as Miami fell 5-1 to the Washington Nationals on Saturday night.
The Nationals attempt to rebound from a 4-3 defeat when their three-game series continues Saturday against the visiting Miami Marlins.
Martin Prado had two hits, including a two-run homer, as the Marlins beat the Washington Nationals 4-3 to put a dent in the postseason hopes of the defending division champions.
It’s been five seasons since Max Scherzer lost three straight starts, and slightly longer since he went a full calendar month without a victory.
Max Scherzer was hardly at his best the last time out, or against the Miami Marlins earlier this season.
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While the offense for the Washington Nationals is finally healthy, their bullpen just became much stronger – but perhaps unhappier.