In Miami’s drubbing at the hands of the Mets on Wednesday, Tommy Eveld struck out a batter in a perfect inning. On Sunday, he struck out a pair in another perfect inning, as the Marlins came up just short to the Braves.
After a rough spring debut, Brett Graves pitched a flawless seventh inning in Miami’s Friday loss to the Astros.
Mike Kickham relieved Jordan Holloway in the sixth inning of the Marlins 7-5 loss to Houston on Friday, and got both of the batters he faced out. On Monday, he struck out the side in a perfect third inning as the Marlins broke out of their five-game losing streak to defeat the Nationals, 9-8.
R.J. Alvarez pitched a hitless and scoreless eighth inning against the Braves on Sunday, allowing only a walk.
Dylan Lee has not appeared in a game over the last seven days.
Ben Meyer entered the bottom of the eighth with two outs and the bases loaded in Miami’s blowout loss to the Mets. He then walked a run in, allowed a two run single to J.D. Davis, and a two-run jack to Danny Espinosa. Meyer was ultimately responsible for three of the runs scored in the inning.
With the bases finally cleared, Meyer hit Quinn Brodey with a pitch before whiffing Kaczmarski.
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Five Miami Marlins pitchers allowed a total of nine hits to the Nationals on Friday, and Hector Noesi accounted for six of them. In 2 2/3 innings, Noesi gave up four runs (three earned) while striking out three. Half of the hits he surrendered were home runs.
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