Marlins lineup vs. Astros (5/9/12): Reyes SS, Murphy 2B, Ramirez 3B, Morrison LF, Stanton RF, Dobbs 1B, Bonifacio CF, Buck C, Johnson P
There goes the winning streak. You don’t win games with little offense and a major defensive mistake.
Omar Infante having a Dan Uggla kind of game.
Considering the tear Matt Kemp is on, it’s amazing to think that Infante has almost as many extra base hits.
Omar Gone! 1-0 Fish.
I think I’m going to write a detailed post about Marlins Red-Orange and why it looks inconsistent. I’m sure 3 of you will be interested.
Bring in the fences! Oh wait, we’re playing Houston, not Marlins Park.
Marlins lineup vs. Astros (5/8/12): Reyes SS, Bonifacio CF, Ramirez 3B, Morrison LF, Infante 2B, Stanton RF, Sanchez 1B, Buck C, Sanchez P
Ballgame. #Marlins win 4-0 on the back of Carlos Zambrano and 3 home runs. 7 wins in a row.
Marlins lineup vs. Astros (5/7/12): Reyes SS, Bonifacio CF, Ramirez 3B, Morrison LF, Infante 2B, Stanton RF, Sanchez 1B, Buck C, Zambrano P
Ricky Nolasco earned his 68th career win as a Marlin, tying Dontrelle Willis for most wins in franchise history. Led by 7 strong inning from Nolasco and a series of manufactured runs in the 8th, the Marlins beat the San Diego Padres 6-3, sweeping a second consecutive 3-game series on the road. With their 6th straight wins, the Marlins are back at .500 with a 14-14 record. The road trip continues tomorrow with the first of three games in Houston.
Marlins lineup 5/6 vs. Padres: Reyes SS, Bonifacio CF, Ramirez 3B, Morrison LF, Infante 2B, Stanton RF, Sanchez 1B, Buck C, Nolasco P
If I’m reading this correctly, during select games, Marlins will have an area to quarantine all us social media types. http://t.co/5pKYE8kF