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Miami Marlins links, 8/15/18: A legend is born, but he’s on the other team.

Accordingly, the letter ñ features prominently in this article.

Miami Marlins v Atlanta Braves Photo by Mike Zarrilli/Getty Images

Last night’s game:

The Marlins scored six runs Tuesday night, but their arms were no match for Braves rookie Ronald Acuña, who hit two home runs, including a leadoff shot for the third straight game. Marlins fans are not going to enjoy having this guy in their division for the next decade. And manager Don Mattingly is probably inclined to agree.

Elsewhere in Marlins Nation:

The Fish pulled off another trade, sending Omar Despaigne to the Angels for cash considerations.

Another recent acquisition, Chris Bostick, had to have perfect timing to make his Marlins debut this past Monday. Martin Prado’s injury opened the spot for Bostick in the first place.

In the wake of these transactions, gives us the best August deal every made by each team.

For those of you who don’t habla español, Derek Jeter has a solution I wholly applaud.

Public Safety Announcement:

Let this be your reminder not to stand in the way of a Tayron Guerrero fastball:

It wasn’t just a freak occurrence either, as catcher Bryan Holaday will attest.

With all that Guerrero heat added to an already hot summer, first base coach Perry Hill has tips for staying cool out there:

Tonight’s game:

The Fish complete the series with the first-place Braves tonight at 7:35 p.m. Jose Ureña (3-12) takes on Kevin Gausman (6-9).