Miami Marlins: Grading the Fish vs Colorado Rockies

MIAMI, FL - MARCH 31: Brian Anderson
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J.T. Realmuto -.112

J.T. Realmuto flew out to open the first on Friday (-.022). He flew out again for the second out of the third (-.018). In the fifth, with a runner on second, he grounded out to end the inning (-.050). He hit a leadoff single in the eighth (+.098), but got stranded. He ended the game with two runners on with a fielder’s choice groundout (-.169).

On Saturday, batting second, Realmuto drew a one-out walk in the first (+.024) then stole second (+.016) before scoring. He struck out to lead off the third (-.020). In the fourth, with one out and runners on first and second, he singled (+.025). He then flew out for the first out of the seventh (-.005).

In Sunday’s game, again batting leadoff, Realmuto starts his night at the plate with a groundout (-.022). He hit a one-out single in the third (+.022), then struck out to end the fifth (-.007). He drew a walk to load the bases with no outs in the eighth (+.015).

Cameron Maybin -.115

Cameron Maybin batted sixth on Friday, and drew a one-out walk with a runner on first in the second (+.037). He ended the fourth with a fielders’ choice groundout (-.028). He then struck out for the first out of the seventh with a runner on first (-.071).

On Sunday, batting fifth, Maybin flew out with a runner on first in the second with nobody out (-.035). He flew out for the second out of the fourth (-.015), and drew a walk to lead off the seventh (+.015). He was then caught stealing second base (-.018).

Brian Anderson -.162

Brian Anderson batted cleanup on Friday, and struck out to open the second (-.023). He struck out for the second out of the fourth (-.019) and grounded out to end the sixth (-.019). He struck out for a third time with two on and one out in the eighth (-.119).

Batting fourth again on Saturday, Anderson hit a one-out single with two runners on in the first inning (+.059). He flew out with a runner on second for the second out of the third (-.032) and struck out to open the fifth (-.009). He grounded out to end the seventh (-.003) to close his night at the plate.

Again batting cleanup on Sunday, Anderson singled to leadoff the second inning (+.037) and scored the eventual game-winner on Lewis Brinson’s single. He flew out to open the fourth (-.021), then fouled out to end the sixth (-.007). With two in scoring position in the eighth, he flew out to end the inning (-.007).

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Miguel Rojas -.235

Miguel Rojas batted seventh in the order on Friday, and fouled out with two runners on base for the second out of the second inning (-.046). He grounded out to lead off the fifth (-.034) and lined out with a runner on first for the second out of the seventh (-.061). In the ninth, he struck out with a runner on second and nobody out (-.162).

Batting seventh again on Saturday, Rojas flew out to open the second (-.020). He reached base on an error to open the fourth (+.023). Leading off the sixth, he flew out (-.013) and grounded out with a runner on first for the second out of the eighth (-.002).

Rojas moved to sixth in the order on Sunday, and grounded out for the second out of the second, with a runner on first (-.019). He hit a two-out solo home run in the fourth inning (+.112), then struck out for the first out of the seventh (-.014).

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