Last night’s game
Largest margin of victory for the Marlins since June 18, and it was even better than the final score suggests https://t.co/2EzoX1qqLC— Fish Stripes (@fishstripes) July 17, 2019
Jordan Yamamoto is 4-0 after his five innings of two-run ball were more than enough with the offense supplying 13 runs in the contest, and seven in the first two innings to allow the rookie to coast after a trying second inning. (He was perhaps aided by a ‘Rally Pigeon’.)
Glad to see the animal kingdom stepping up since Rally Cat found a home.
Garrett Cooper and Brian Anderson each hit a home run and knocked in three.
Injury updates and team news
Before the game, Austin Brice was placed on the IL with a right flexor strain. Tayron Guerrero was called up to take his spot.
Austin Brice goes down, but Guerrero returns + some injury updates on Lopez, Ureña, and Steckenrider: https://t.co/X4fb7GmohT— Luis Davila (@luisrdavi) July 16, 2019
Miguel Rojas won the Marlins’ Heart and Hustle Award, and it totally makes sense.
He's the perfect pick for that. Realmuto won for the Marlins in 2017 and 2018. https://t.co/LHK2M2WKI5— Fish Stripes (@fishstripes) July 16, 2019
Miggy-Ro was in consideration for our team MVP thus far this season. Check out the Fish Stripes’ staff mid-season roundtable discussion for more. Be sure to leave your opinions there as well. You can do that while listening to Fish Bites, Episode 29, a special trade-deadline edition of our podcast.
SPECIAL FISH BITES— Fish Stripes (@fishstripes) July 15, 2019
With July 31 approaching, we’re going thru every significant Marlins trade chip. Playing “Stay or go?” with Starlin, Sergio, KKKKKKKaleb and more. https://t.co/seRfER26BX