Miami Marlins Win One of Three Against Phillies: Post Series Grades

PHILADELPHIA, PA - APRIL 08: Miguel Rojas /
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Miami Marlins
MIAMI, FL – SEPTEMBER 20: Justin Bour /

Bryan Holaday -.066

Holaday was 0-for-2 with a strikeout on Thursday. On Friday, he turned in one of Miami’s most memorable moments of the day. He took the mound in the eighth, and pitched a perfect eight-pitch inning. He even struck out Rhys Hoskins on a 62 MPH palmball. In Sunday’s game, he was 1-for-4 with an RBI, but that was Miami’s last RBI, to make it 6-3 Marlins in the eighth.

Lewis Brinson -.079

Brinson was 0-for-4 with four strikeouts in the series opener on Thursday. On Saturday, he was 0-for-3 with a walk, then on Sunday, went 0-for-3 with two strikeouts.

Trevor Richards -.111

Richards second start was nominally better than the first, in that he left this game with a tie score. He allowed six hits and three walks in just four innings, for three earned runs. He also struck out two. His performance was the best from amongst the three starters in the series.

Justin Bour -.120

Bour started out 1-for-4 on Thursday, with a strikeout. On Saturday, he was 0-for-4 with two whiffs. He drew a walk and collected a hit on Sunday, striking out once.

Caleb Smith -.179

Caleb Smith started on Thursday, and lasted three innings. He only gave up two hits, but somehow walked six. He struck out two and allowed three earned runs.

Dillon Peters -.520

Peters gave up nine runs in 2 2/3 innings, running his road ERA to a hard-to-fathom 13.22. He allowed nine hits and three walks, also striking out three.