Last night’s game:
3 more games of this https://t.co/0L7O4F6M5y— Fish Stripes (@fishstripes) September 27, 2018
Wei-Yin Chen stayed true to his 9.00-plus road ERA giving up four earned runs in four innings Wednesday against the Nats on the way to a 9-3 loss. What was possibly Bryce Harper’s last home game in Washington D.C. was called after the top half of the seventh inning, but not before Brian Anderson got the Fish on the board with his 11th home run. Derek Dietrich had one of the weirdest singles you’ll ever see.
You wild for this one, baseball. pic.twitter.com/AVlBu1z1Xd— Miami Marlins (@Marlins) September 26, 2018
Minions Marlins rookies had to go through some requisite hazing:
Your 2018 @Marlins Rookies !!! pic.twitter.com/FK1IEehKlM— Miguel Rojas (@MRojasOfficial) September 27, 2018
This just in, the costumes were quite snug:
Here is our rain delay entertainment. @SeverinoMLB This is just a bit of what we will have tonight. @MLBNetwork pic.twitter.com/yHQ7HiiaUA— Miguel Rojas (@MRojasOfficial) September 26, 2018
Elsewhere in Marlins Nation:
Peter O’Brien is living his boyhood dream of playing for his local team.
Cuban prospect the Mesa brothers and Sandy Gaston will hold a workout at Marlins Park on October 5. Miami has been linked as a possible destination for all three.
Marlins Park hosted a game between the Nats’ and Marlins’ instructional league teams. No. 5 prospect Jorge Guzman fired three perfect innings for the Fish.
.@Marlins VP of player development Gary Denbo talks about the instructional game at Marlins Park this afternoon and the importance of development over the winter. #JustGettinStarted pic.twitter.com/WGETE41SUk— FOX Sports Florida (@FOXSportsFL) September 26, 2018
Today is an off-day, but the Marlins will start the final series of the season at the Mets on Friday at 7:10 p.m. Jose Ureña (6-11) starts for the Fish, and Corey Oswalt (3-3) goes for the Mets. Here’s a look at the probable starters for the last weekend of the season.
The @Marlins have Thursday off, before beginning the final series of the 2018 season Friday night in New York. All the action will be on FOX Sports Florida and FOX Sports Go. #JustGettinStarted pic.twitter.com/bMbnynSq9D— FOX Sports Florida (@FOXSportsFL) September 27, 2018