The next time the Miami Marlins take the field, they will face the New York Mets on July 12 at home. While it has already been announced that Jason Vargas will take the mound for the visitors, the starting pitcher for Miami remains up in the air.
The Marlins will determine which pitchers will fill its rotation over the next few days. But because of what we saw on Sunday afternoon, both the rotation and the bullpen could have a new look.
Caleb Smith returned on Saturday, earning a victory in his first start back from the I.