3 Miami Marlins players who shouldn't be on the roster Aug 1st

There are those that are excelling this season and others that aren't coming close.
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Garrett Hampson, Skip Schumaker, Miami Marlins
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Garrett Hampson, OF/SS

This is kind of a no brainer but Hampson was called up to address the depth issue with the series of injuries in the outfield and he has be ok but no where close to the production that is needed. Hampson provides flexibility but he is currently slashing .240/.324/.339 with an OPS of .662 and only one home run and nine RBI. Hampson's hard hit percentage is down this year from a miniscule 28.3% to a 25.9% and his exit velocity has dropped, while striking out 27% of the time. There just is no place for him on the roster, especially if Jacob Amaya keeps hitting.