The Miami Marlins will look to avoid a sweep at the hand of the Chicago White Sox when they take the field later on today. The Marlins have now dropped four straight ball games and have fallen behind the Houston Astros again as the worst team in baseball, with just 13 wins.
The Marlins will turn to Alex Sanabia tonight, with the baseball world watching Sanabia a bit closer after cameras showed him spitting on the ball in his last start. Sanabia pitched well in that game against the Philadelphia Phillies, but there are some that think he may have cheated in order to do so.
The White Sox will counter with Dylan Axelrod. Combined, both pitchers have struck out 58 hitters in a combined 52 2/3 innings, so you can expect a lot of balls in play in this game.
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|Lineup||Player||Current wOBA||Proj. wOBA (Rest of Season)|
|1||Juan Pierre ||.260||.292|
|3||Derek Dietrich ||.332||.303|
|4||Marcell Ozuna ||.329||.307|
|6||Justin Ruggiano ||.303||.319|
|9||Rob Brantly ||.292||.296|
Bold Prediction: The White Sox offense catches fire as Sanabia struggles on the mound again. The Marlins offense breaks the scoreboard in this one, scoring an entire three runs. Marlins lose 8-3.