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"The arrival of two great hitters as manager (Don Mattingly) and hitting coach (Barry Bonds) has had a generally positive impact on the Marlins lineup. Marcell Ozuna, demoted to the minors during a poor 2015, is among the majors’ most productive center fielders. Derek Dietrich is making the PED suspension of Dee Gordon tolerable. Christian Yelich is making the jump from star of the future to star. Justin Bour is showing last year’s breakout was no fluke. And J.T. Realmuto is emerging in his sophomore season. The most worrisome player is Giancarlo Stanton, who goes into Monday night with just one hit and 17 strikeouts in his previous 21 at-bats. In his past 15 games, Stanton had whiffed in 28 of 52 at-bats with just five hits and one homer. He has looked in this period as if he never has seen a slider before. “Fortunately or unfortunately, we’ve been through these types of struggles with G in the past,” Marlins president of Baseball Operations Mike", nypost.com
"Miami Marlins slugger Giancarlo Stanton came into Monday’s game in a 5-for-52 slump and says he’ll continue to fight through his slump. Stanton went 4 for 50 in 2010 and bounced back with eight-game hitting streak. The Marlins kicked off a four-game set — two in Miami, two in St. Petersburg — against the cross-state Tampa Bay Rays in the annual Citrus Series.", www.miamiherald.com
"Max Scherzer (5-3) struck out eight while giving up two runs and six hits in eight innings with no walks as the Washington Nationals defeated the Miami Marlins 8-2 on Sunday. Justin Bour ended Scherzer's shutout bid with a two-run homer in the seventh. Jose Bautista and Josh Donaldson started the game with back-to-back homers in a three-run first inning against Phil Hughes (1-7), who leads the majors in losses. Jered Weaver (4-3) took a shutout into the seventh inning to win for the first time since April 26, and Carlos Perez homered, had three hits and drove in a career-high five runs. Dodgers 9, Padres 5 (17): Yasiel Puig hit a tiebreaking, two-run single with the bases loaded and one out in the 17th inning.", www.timesunion.com
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