It was a week of mixed fortunes, we only won two of our last five games but they were very enjoyable victories. Not only did we see the return of one of the best catchers we’ve had since Ivan Rodriguez but we’re seeing a rising star emerging from our starting
Miami, FL - If there was a phrase that could describe how I’m feeling about the Miami Marlins right now it’s this: Ai Yai Yai!
With opening day long gone, the Marlins faced the Philadelphia Phillies on the road followed by a home series with the New York Mets. Spoiler alert:
The day has finally arrived! No, it’s not the new year or some holiday (Although it really should be) but it’s the start of something great. Baseball season. The freshly cut grass, the crack of the bat and the roar of the crowd. For me, baseball has been in session
The Marlins were unable to win either series in their Western slate of games as Stanton hit number 57. But he has been stuck there with 4 games to go in the final home series against the Braves. The team’s offensive prowess has shined throughout the 6-game road trip but
The Marlins swept the Mets out of Miami improving their record to 72-80, taking the season series 12-7. If only we had played just as well against the Phillies (8-11) and Braves (5-10). Meanwhile Giancarlo Stanton hit number 56, inching ever closer to that 61 homerun mark. And if he
When we last left our lovable Marlins, they were struggling losing all but one game against the Phillies in a four-game set. By then they had lost 6 of 7. Reemerging after Hurricane Irma, thankful to be alive and well, we find the team’s woes continuing at a dismal pace.
The Marlin’s woes continue as the Phillies took 3 of 4, sending the Marlins’ playoff hopes deeper into the abyss. They have now lost 6 of 7 with the division leading Washington Nationals coming to town for the final three games of the season between these two teams.
The first game
Ouch. The Marlin’s hopes heading into the nation’s capital collapsed quicker than The Wall in Game of Thrones as all of our progress sweeping the Padres was more or less reversed with the Nats sweeping US. At least the Rockies have been losing a bit. And there’s still our .500
Yeah that’s what I love to see. A sweep! The Marlins kept on trucking taking care of business at home against the San Diego Padres. Meanwhile Gonecarlo kept up the good work making it to number 50 as of Monday morning. Are the Marlins back? I’d like to think so.
What an eventful week we’ve had. In this episode, I’ll be going a bit off script. So much has happened these last few days. Giancarlo Stanton hit number 47, the Marlins won their double header, they also won the series and the team finally reached the .500 mark. However, this