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For the 15th time this season, the Marlins were limited to five hits or fewer. Unlike most of the previous 14 occasions, they made one of the hits count in Sunday's series finale against the Diamondbacks.
MIAMI - At least the Miami Marlins weren't no-hit.
As far as starts go, the Marlins got off to a pretty good one Thursday night in their bid to salvage a game from the Cincinnati Reds. Juan Pierre hit a rare leadoff homer. Jose Fernandez was efficient.
MIAMI - It's not better to be lucky than good. The ideal situation is to be both.
The journeys were different, but the destination was the same: 11-31.
MIAMI - Marlins Park last season was among the majors' top 10 for triples. The numbers haven't been quite as favorable so far this season, but that hasn't been on account of Adeiny Hechavarria.
It's going to happen. At some point, probably within the next month to six weeks, the Miami Marlins' mile-long list of injured players will shorten and they'll return to relatively good health.
Ricky Nolasco joined exclusive company Wednesday. He now is just the fourth pitcher in Marlins history to go at least seven innings, strike out nine or more and lose.
The glass-half-full take is the Marlins are averaging seven runs per game over their last two. Problem is none came in late Monday's series opener at San Diego.