Last night’s game
Sergio Romo was back on the hill in the eighth in Miami. Only this time it was for the bottom half of the inning.
Garrett Cooper left the game with tightness in his hamstring but doesn’t seem to think it’s serious.
#Marlins’ Garrett Cooper, postgame, said his hamstring injury is not of major concern. Cooper said he should be back in lineup by Thursday afternoon’s series finale Vs. Minnesota.— Brandon Liguori (@BrandonRLiguori) July 31, 2019
Pablo López is on the way back!
The trade deadline is today at 4 p.m. Eastern. Keep track of all our latest coverage here. Though unlikely to be on the move, Caleb Smith and Nick Anderson were drawing the most interest from other teams, as of early Tuesday night.
The Marlins’ hot play of late has them drop in the Tank Race, where we also have a new leader.
The Marlins took Kameron Misner no. 35 overall in this year’s draft. On Tuesday, he hit his first home run for the organization.
Kameron Misner, the #Marlins' No. 35 overall #MLBDraft pick out of @MizzouBaseball, connected on his first professional homer in his @LumberKings debut on Tuesday.— MLB Pipeline (@MLBPipeline) July 31, 2019
Here's where the 21-year-old outfielder slots into the @Marlins' new Top 30 Prospects list: https://t.co/zBML13HyGH pic.twitter.com/c503KcixCl
While we’re on the farm, have a listen to our latest A-Ball with Erik Oas podcast which includes an interview with 2014 first-round pick Tyler Kolek and the injuries that have derailed his career to this point.
"Something's off."— Fish Stripes (@fishstripes) July 30, 2019
Tyler Kolek had his 2018 season derailed by thoracic outlet syndrome. He explains how it affected him on the mound and eventually led to doctors removing one of his ribs...https://t.co/xsFTudykOK pic.twitter.com/MVvUQLNrGO
And we’ve now got coverage en español!