Mar 10, 2015; Jupiter, FL, USA; Miami Marlins starting pitcher Dan Haren (15) throws against the Washington Nationals during a spring training game at Roger Dean Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports
Dan Haren and the Miami Marlins allowed the New York Mets to have a huge 6th inning, en route to a blow out victory for the Marlins division rivals.
The Miami Marlins loss to the New York Mets this afternoon means that the team has just two Grapefruit League games left and four games overall left, before they host the Atlanta Braves for Opening Day next Monday. Despite a rough day Monday, the Marlins have to forget about the game and continue to get ready for what should be a very fun season.
After every Marlins game in 2015, it is our goal to get you our thoughts on how the Marlins played in that particular game. While we did not feel it was necessary to do this for every single game this spring, with a week left until the season, we felt the best time to debut this and work out all the kinks would be today.
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Tune to Marlin Maniac after each game to see what grade each player will be assigned for their effort in the Marlins game. Some grades will be pretty (Giancarlo Stanton) and some could be ugly (Adeiny Hechavarria).
Grades will go from F- (the absolute worst game possible) to A+ (that’s the game when Yelich hits for the cycle, we hope).
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