Marlins Missing All-Star Game: Does ASG Miss Them?
Aug 4, 2013; Miami, FL, USA; Former Florida Marlins manger Jack McKeon gets a hug from former second baseman Luis Castillo during the tenth anniversary celebration of the 2003 World Championship before a game against the Cleveland Indian at Marlins Park. Mandatory Credit: Robert Mayer-USA TODAY Sports
2002-2005 Marlins’ All-Stars
- 2005: Luis Castillo 1 for 3, Paul Lo Duca 0 for 2, Cabrera 0 for 2, Willis gave up 2 runs in an inning.
- 2004: 0 for 4 between Cabrera and Mike Lowell, Carl Pavano 2 ER in an inning, Jack McKeon lost.
- 2003: Lowell 1 for 1
- 2002: Castillo 0 for 2, Lowell 2 for 3
This is an interesting period, as there’s tons of representation.
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Four guys on the roster in ’05, four again in ’04, if you count Trader Jack.
Winning records for three consecutive seasons, with a title to boot. But we’ve also just gone fourteen years without a Marlin knocking in a run, and Lowell and Castillo stand out at the top and bottom of this list for at least crossing the plate.
With three hits and three appearances, Lowell is easily the stand out in this four-year run, and arguably of the whole of 2002 -2010. Amazing considering that includes four “Cabrera as a Marlin” showings, which even more amazingly never included a start from the future Hall of Famer.
Now I’d love to tell you it’s about to get better, but…
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