Morning Marlin Maniacs, TGIF to you. Which means a new series, and a chance to move on from the sickeningly depressing finish to that past series against Philadelphia. Positives of the last forty-eight hours are largely limited to that above shot of Ichiro Suzuki moving ever closer to 3000 hits.
Seriously, noted experts have done extensive research and determined that losing to the Phillies is only topped by losing to the Patriots, watching a twenty-four hour loop of that Sarah McLachlan puppy video, and having a finger slammed repeatedly in a car door.
But again, new series, even if it is still the NL East the Marlins are 9-13 against. Something needs to give, and soon, if the team is going to keep their heads above water.
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It’s been quite the up and down season of late, likely offering more excitement then many fans expected. However, there have also been some key disappointments, and it’s really hard to get a read on whether we should feel lucky to have a winning record or angry we aren’t in first place. Clark Spencer of the Miami Herald takes you through the first quarter of 2016.
Big G is too, as evidenced by Joe Frisaro of MLB.com. Giancarlo Stanton apparently wanted to leave the ballpark having hit something, and decided some stationary targets in the dugout might be more up his alley. Check the video, and the slugger’s thoughts on his
devastatingly crushing to this author’s fantasy team certainly frustrating for real-life applications slump.
Eric Longenhangen of ESPN shares some interesting notes on who Marlins fans should be hoping to come away with in this June’s upcoming draft. Because in baseball you can take a couple days to look ahead to the future without giving up on the current season.