Miami Marlins: Grading the Fish in Atlanta
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Jose Urena -.255
Jose Urena hasn’t really pitched that badly this season. It’s staggering that he was 14-7 last season, and has already matched his loss total this season without earning a single victory. The proof is in the pudding, however. Urena has suffered through very minimal run support. In 10 starts, the Miami Marlins have only scored 23 runs. The 2.3 runs per start marking a major league low.
Urena started the second game, on Saturday. He made it through six innings and only allowed five hits and a walk. Unfortunately, also tucked in there were four earned runs. Urena struck out two.