With a third of the season gone Lewis Brinson is struggling. The Miami Marlins must decide what to do with the 24-year-old outfielder.
Rough cannot begin to describe the 2018 season for Brinson. Through 51 games, he is slashing just .155/.199/.265 with a .464 OPS. These are the lowest for any non-pitcher on the roster who sees regular playing time. This is a cause for concern, not only for Brinson but the direction of the Marlins franchise. Brinson was the centerpiece of the deal that sent Christian Yelich to Milwaukee. It is difficult to watch a player so highly regarded struggle so badly.