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- Thursday’s minor league scores: Triple-A Jacksonville lost, 12-5; Double-A Pensacola lost, 3-0; High-A Beloit lost, 3-0; Low-A Jupiter lost, 8-1. JJ Bleday homered for the second time this week, though it comes with the caveat that Triple-A Charlotte has been among the worst MiLB pitching staffs so far this season.
- Snapping a few remarkable droughts, Trevor Rogers earned his first win since June 10, 2021 and the Marlins completed their first three-game road series sweep of the Nationals since 2011.
- David Wilson of the Miami Herald has more on the significance of Bahamians Jazz Chisholm Jr. and Lucius Fox being on the big league stage together.
- Riding a five-game winning streak, the Marlins are back in Miami, and our staff is back without another edition of Fish Stripes LIVE! Join us from 5:30-6:30 p.m. ET on YouTube/Facebook/Twitter for a look-ahead to the Mariners series. Fish Stripes LIVE is presented by Loupe.
- FiveThirtyEight gives the Marlins a 49% chance to win their series opener against the Mariners.
- Congrats to Paolo on winning the “First Inning” of our Fish Picks prop bets contest! Everybody’s point totals have been reset for the Second Inning. Submit your Marlins-Mariners picks here (same link applies for every series throughout the regular season).
- I had a great time on the Marlins IX podcast with Jeremiah Geiger. Subscribe to his show on Spotify.
- Ronald Acuña Jr. went 1-for-5 from the leadoff spot in Thursday’s Braves win, his first game back from suffering a torn ACL last July.
- Jonathan Mayo of MLB Pipeline projects the Marlins to take Georgia Tech catcher Kevin Parada with the No. 6 overall pick in his latest 2022 MLB mock draft.
- The Sky Carp have narrowed it down to eight possible names for their new mascot: Homer, Honk Aaron, Maverick, Rocky, Poopsie, Scarpie, Lt. Al and Zippy. Vote on the finalists here.
- Check out The Phinsider for full coverage of the 2022 Miami Dolphins draft class.
- The Marlins won on Wednesday while battling against both the Nats and home plate umpire Gabe Morales. According to Umpire Scorecards, his ball-strike calls skewed the game in Washington’s favor by more than two runs.
- Speaking of home plate umps, Sports Goofs has new Eric Gregg Did Nothing Wrong apparel in honor of Gregg’s legendary performance in Game 5 of the 1997 NLCS.