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Realmuto returns, Jarlin hard to hit, pt. deux

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Plus, Starlin the Marlin (?) and more Hump Day links

MLB: Miami Marlins at New York Yankees Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

Yesterday’s game:

The Marlins jumped all over Masahiro Tanaka early en route to a 9-1 win (our recap here), while Jarlin Garcia tied an MLB record by extending his no-hit streak to begin a career as a starter to 10 innings pitched. He wasn’t thinking about it while on the mound though.

Bury the lede, why don’t ya?

Earlier in the day, the Marlins’ activation of catcher J.T. Realmuto had the Herald wondering if it would help a floundering offense. He answered:

But he didn’t want to respond to other questions, such as those about his eventual potential trade. He would speak about the win, however:

Let’s go streaking

Garcia wasn’t the only streaking Marlin.

Hey! I have an idea…

(Andujar homered.) Maybe don’t lend the other team your bats next time, okay guys?

Also, if everyone is on board with “Jarlin the Marlin” as a thing,

why is “Starlin the Marlin” not equally a thing?

Final Fish Notes

Here’s what the Marlins could have had from the Giants in a Giancarlo Stanton deal. And in case you forgot, here’s what they got from the Yankees. Tell us what you would have preferred in the comments.

And if a 5-12 start has you down, just remember to trust the process.