Miami Marlins: Winners and Losers vs Phillies

MIAMI, FL - APRIL 28: Martin Prado #14 of the Miami Marlins doubles in the fourth inning against the Colorado Rockies at Marlins Park on April 28, 2018 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Eric Espada/Getty Images)
MIAMI, FL - APRIL 28: Martin Prado #14 of the Miami Marlins doubles in the fourth inning against the Colorado Rockies at Marlins Park on April 28, 2018 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Eric Espada/Getty Images) /
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MIAMI, FL – APRIL 02: Brian Anderson /

Brian Anderson +.076

Brian Anderson batted fifth for the Marlins on Monday. He grounded out to third to open the second inning (-.025). With two in scoring position and nobody out in the third, he hit a two-run double to right (+.104), then scored on Miguel Rojas’ groundout. He led off the fifth with a single (+.022) and added a two-run homer with two outs in the seventh (+.088).

Batting fifth again on Tuesday, Anderson struck out for the second out of the second inning (-.016). He struck out again for the second out of the fifth (-.024). With one out and a man on first in the seventh, he singled (+.056). He struck out swinging to open the 10th (-.057).

In no big surprise to anyone, Anderson batted fifth on Wednesday, and struck out with two runners on to end the first. He ended the fourth by striking out (-.012) and grounded out to end the seventh (-.016).

Kyle Barraclough +.069

Kyle Barraclough had a wild time of it, but held the Phillies scoreless in his Monday appearance.

Barraclough entered the game with a 6-4 lead to pitch the seventh inning. He walked Cesar Hernandez (-.059) then got Rhys Hoskins to strike out (+.053). Odubel Herrera singled to left (-.061), then advanced to second on a wild pitch (-.069). Aaron Altherr walked to load the bases (+.029). Carlos Santana flew out to Brian Anderson in shallow right field (+.117) and Scott Kingery grounded into a force out to end the possible damage (+.118).

Justin Bour +.068

Justin Bour was sitting out with back spasms to open the series, but he entered Monday’s game as an eighth-inning pinch hitter. With two outs and a runner on first, he flew out to center (-.002).

On Tuesday, Bour entered the game as a pinch-hitter for Jarlin Garcia in the sixth inning, and hit a two-out, solo home run (+.196) to tie the game at one. He struck out for the second out of the eighth (-.034).

On Wednesday, the Marlins slotted Bour back in the cleanup spot. He flew out with two on and one out in the first (-.047). He struck out for the second out of the fourth (-.019) and grounded out for the second out of the seventh (-.026).

Junichi Tazawa +.045

Junichi Tazawa entered Tuesday’s game as a 10th inning reliever. Cesar Hernandez flew out (+.058), then Rhys Hoskins walked (-.059). Odubel Herrera flew out (+.072), then Aaron Altherr singled (-.049). Carlos Santana loaded the bases with a walk (-.057). Maikel Franco shot a line drive straight at Miguel Rojas to end the inning (+.170).

On Wednesday, Tazawa pitched the eighth, trailing by a 2-0 count. He allowed a single to Altherr to start out (-.018) then got Santana to fly out (+.017). Franco doubled to score Altherr (-.080) and Florimon grounded out to score Franco (-.011). Alfaro struck out to end it (+.002).

Miguel Rojas +.017

Miguel Rojas singled in the second with one out and a runner on first (+.070), then stole second (+.024). In the third, he hit a one-out RBI-groundout to score Brian Anderson (+.021). He ended the fifth with a double-play groundout (-.033). He pop fouled it to the catcher to open the eighth (+.001).

Batting seventh on Tuesday, Rojas opened the third with a groundout (-.025). He led off the sixth with a double (+.109), but was caught and erased on a 2-5-6-5 rundown. He grounded out with two on to end the seventh (-.074) and drew an intentional walk with one out in the 10th (+.004).

Batting sixth in the series finale, Rojas led off the second with a single (+.041) then got immediately TOOTBLAN’d by getting picked off (-.065). Rojas flew out to left in the fifth (-.031) and grounded out to open the eighth (-.015).

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