The Dodgers crushed the Marlins for six home runs and a 15-1 rout Tuesday night. Jordan Yamamoto got the start and gave up four runs in five innings. Wei-Yin Chen said anything you can do, I can do better and gave up six in just two innings.
Dave Van Horne sums it up well on the radio: “3 hours and 22 minutes. We’ll never get any of that time back.”— Fish Stripes (@fishstripes) August 14, 2019
Rather than spend a 203rd minute on that, here instead are the Marlins Highlights for the past week:
Earning their Stripes, Episode 17 is out! wherein exciting prospects with the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp dominate the conversation.
Jacksonville is the center of the Marlins organization right now, home of the team's No. 1 prospect, several new trade acquisitions and others enjoying breakout years. Great insight about their season from broadcaster Roger Hoover! https://t.co/7Qd88Ox5Z6— Fish Stripes (@fishstripes) August 13, 2019
If you’d like an update on the full system, look no further.
Gotta find more space in the trophy room Marlins prospects win Southern League Pitcher of the Week and Midwest League Player of the Week with their recent dominance— Fish Stripes (@fishstripes) August 12, 2019
Updates from New Orleans, Jupiter and Batavia too https://t.co/HQvjyg9BBH
Don’t forget A-ball with Erik Oas, with a Kameron Misner interview.
He's got an electric skill set and already finding success with it in the pros.— Fish Stripes (@fishstripes) August 14, 2019
New on the podcast, Kameron Misner shares his background story and what it means to be part of the ultra-talented 2019 Marlins draft class. https://t.co/CXE4M2EeYY
A new episode of Fish Bites dropped, too.
NEW FISH BITES— Fish Stripes (@fishstripes) August 12, 2019
These next few weeks are critical for the Marlins as they begin making decisions about the roster in 2020 and beyond. Which young guys deserve an Opening Day job? Fun talk with Jacob Carrion of @FishArmy305 https://t.co/VDq94N2PmX
The release of the 2020 MLB schedule and news of a series in Puerto Rico prompted a look back at other times the Fish have played ‘home’ outside their home.
In 2020, the Marlins will once again play home games...outside of South Florida. They've done it before! @MikeWFerguson takes you through the previous cases: https://t.co/1zwxUwHBZS pic.twitter.com/Z27S0hfnjV— Fish Stripes (@fishstripes) August 12, 2019
Finally, don’t miss out on a couple of Marlins having solid under-the-radar seasons. And this profile of Harold Ramirez.