Coming in to the game, the Miami Marlins were at 32-50 – a far cry from where they would like to be, I’m sure – but 22-19 over their prior 41 contests. The following series left them at .500 since their 10-31 start.
Rojas Continues To Heat Up
Miguel Rojas has continued to light up opposing pitching as his average fast approaches the .300 mark. He hit safely in each of Miami’s three contests against the Nationals, going six-for-12 with his first homer of the season and three RBI. He’s now hit .393 over his last 15 games, with an all-star worthy .