Miami Marlins Top Performers Against Cincinnati Reds
Cameron Maybin +.094
Cameron Maybin has appeared in 32 of Miami’s 33 games this season. That trails only Miguel Rojas, Brian Anderson, Starlin Castro, and Derek Dietrich.
Maybin got his first night of the season off on Friday as the Reds downed the Miami Marlins, 4-1. In Saturday’s game, he grounded out in a pinch hit appearance in the eighth inning, with one out and two runners in scoring position (-.013).
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In Sunday’s game, Maybin batted sixth and started his night with an RBI-single to left (+.053). The hit gave the Marlins a 3-0 lead. He grounded out to shortstop for the second out of the third (-.005). In the fifth, he drew first by way of HBP with two outs (+.007), then took second on a balk (+.006). He was stranded when Lewis Brinson struck out. With one out and two on in the seventh, he hit an RBI-double to left (+.054). Later, he struck out with runners on the corners and nobody out (-.008) in the ninth.
Here’s the rest of the cast.
Kyle Barraclough +.063
Justin Bour +.053
Brad Ziegler +.051
Merandy Gonzalez +.041
Dan Straily +.041
Derek Dietrich +.034
J.T. Realmuto +.012
Tayron Guerrero +.001
JB Shuck -.019
Yadiel Rivera -.024
Junichi Tazawa -.032
Brian Anderson -.037
Lewis Brinson -.041
Martin Prado -.070
Miguel Rojas -.087
Wei-Yin Chen -.254
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