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Another exciting call-up is on the way, and be sure to vote Marlins to the All-Star Game

MLB: St. Louis Cardinals at Miami Marlins Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

Tuesday’s game

Elieser Hernandez got the start against the Cardinals for the recently IL’d Caleb Smith, and it was quite the debut, as the young pitcher kept the Fish in the game.

The bullpen did the opposite, however, and the Cardinals wound up winning 7-1.

Hernandez spoke about his outing after the game. Don Mattingly commented on the loss.

In other roster news...

Today’s original scheduled starter José Ureña joined Smith on the IL with back tightness, meaning the team needs a replacement. They feel Jordan Yamamoto is up to the task and will call him up from Double-A Jacksonville.

Our own Earning their Stripes prospect podcast interviewed Yamamoto earlier this season.

Rock the vote

Currently, there are no Marlins in the top 10 at any position in the MLB All-Star voting, so it’s up to you to change that. You can find the ballot here.

In the event you’re looking to vote for Harold Ramirez, one of the Marlin’s hottest hitters of late, you won’t find him on the ballot. Here’s how you can get him to Cleveland (or any other Fish you can’t find for that matter).

Speaking of All-Star games...

Don’t forget to join us in Jupiter this weekend. And if your budget is tight, well there’s this:

Today’s pitching matchup:

Game time is at 7:10 p.m. EST.