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Our Noticias: Ureña struggles again, shift costs Fish, minor-league rosters announced

Marlins fall behind early, battle back, but ultimately lose second in a row to Mets, 6-5.

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Jose Ureña gave up five runs in the first, and it proved too much in the end, although it could have easily been a win had the Marlins not shifted on this play:

That’s not to say that a bad result on one play means they should no longer employ the strategy. The Athletic notes below that the Marlins have been using the shift way more often this season, and the Sun-Sentinel explains why.

Over the remaining innings, the Fish would crawl slowly crawl back to within one run, but Miguel Rojas would line into a game-ending double play with the winning run on first base.

You can read our recap below, as well as listen to Brian Anderson and Don Mattingly discuss the loss here and here, respectively.

Find your favorite minor-league Fish!

Rosters for each of the Marlins’ minor-league affiliates were announced Tuesday.

Our own Daniel Martinez has the more detailed breakdown of top prospects and sleepers with each affiliate.

And if that gets you excited for the upcoming minor-league season, Earning their Stripes, Fish Stripes’ new prospect podcast drops soon.

Walk-off links:

Boucher Brothers joins the Marlins. Hospitality leader joins the Fish to help give the fans an even better experience at Marlins Park.

More on the Marlins’ shift. This is from The Athletic article cited above and has additional info from the people who count and measure these things!

Today: Cy Young vs. El Profe. Trevor Richards, former substitute teacher and owner of perhaps the sickest changeup in the game, takes the hill in an attempt to stop reigning NL Cy Young award winner Jacob deGrom from leading his Mets to a sweep over the Marlins. Game time: 6:10 p.m.