Brad Ziegler -.216
Ziegler played in two games for the Marlins. He pitched the ninth (and middle) inning of Miami’s 17-inning win on Friday night. He allowed a hit and struck one out in that game. The next night, he whiffed one and allowed three hits in 1 2/3 innings, for four earned runs and a loss.
Odrisamer Despaigne -.244
Despaigne pitched a perfect 17th inning for Miami’s first win of the season on Friday night. On Saturday, he struck out six in five innings, but also allowed five runs on six hits and a walk. Four of those runs were earned.
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Justin Bour -.332
Bour has started the season slowly. He was 0-for-4 with a walk and an RBI on Thursday, then 1-for-4 on Friday and 0-for-5 on Saturday. Earlier today, he left two runners on base when he grounded out to end the Marlins’ eighth.
Jose Urena -.371
Urena had already surrendered three runs after his first inning of the season. He allowed a first-pitch home run to leadoff batter Ian Happ, then hit three Cubs and walked two others in that frame. In total, he allowed five earned runs on six hits and two walks in four innings. He got 44-of-74 pitches over the plate.
Chad Wallach -.459
Before today’s heroics, Wallach was having a rough go of it. He was hitless through 10 at bats, with one walk and eight strikeouts. Today, Wallach was better, going two-for-three with a run and a walk.
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