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15 hours ago Ronald Acuña Jr. shows Marlins he’s back to 100%
Bally Sports Florida Was there any drama surrounding his first post-injury game in Miami? Friday was the start of the second series of the season between the Marlins and the Braves, but the first with Ronald Acuña Jr. on the active roster. Acuña was still on the injured list during their previous matchup as he was still rehabbing from an ACL injury suffered in the middle of the 2021 season. He collapsed while pursuing a Jazz Chisholm Jr. hit, resulting in a inside-the-park homer. Acuña missed the remainder of that season. Since making his return recently, the Venezuelan outfielder has been putting up the same great numbers we’re used to seeing from him (.292 BA, .424 OBP, .479 SLG, .903 OPS, 2 HR, 5 RBI, 14 H). Which leads us to May 20. This was Acuña’s first visit to Miami since the injury. Acuña has crushed the Marlins in head-to-head play since reaching the big leagues. There has also been personal beef between them dating back to his rookie year. It started with a José Ureña hit by pitch that even Marlins fans can admit was probably intentional. Since then, Acuña has been hit by Marlins pitches five other times. Sounds like a lot, but when you put it in the right context like Bally Sports Florida did on the television broadcast, maybe not: Bally Sports Florida Isaac Azout of Fish Stripes was on site for the series opener on Friday. As far as he could tell, there weren’t any problems between Acuña and the Marlins players before, during or after the game. The interaction between him and Jazz when Acuña stole second base just looked like a simple conversation. Acuña, the Braves leadoff hitter, was at the plate 5 times: 1st inning (vs. Trevor Rogers)—double 2nd inning (vs. Trevor Rogers)—walk 4th inning (vs. Trevor Rogers)—single 6th inning (vs. Louis Head)—strikeout looking 8th inning (vs. Dylan Floro)—fly out According to Braves manager Brian Snitker, Acuña is going to be the DH for all 3 games in the series because of the artificial turf at LoanDepot Park. His highlights will be limited to what he does with the bat and on the bases. Isaac Azout’s recap of Friday’s Marlins loss is up in our game coverage section. The probable starters for game two are Elieser Hernandez and breakout right-hander Kyle Wright. Sunday it’s Sandy Alcantara vs. Ian Anderson in what is expected to be a pitchers’ duel.
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18 hours ago Phinsider Victory Of The Week Live Thread Vol. 495
Photo by Doug Murray/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images We have once again made it through another work week (for most of us) and now it’s time to kick back and celebrate the arrival of the weekend. This thread is posted every Friday evening when we do not have something else going on like the draft or a live game thread. This post is yours, the site member aka one of our family here at the Phinsider. This post is your chance to share your own personal victory of the last week. Your victory can be something huge like the birth of a new child/grandchild or finally getting that job or promotion that you worked your rear off for. It can be a small thing like you won $100 on your lottery scratch-off ticket. Or maybe it was just an overall great week for you for some other reason and you wish to share. It’s your post and it’s your victory so please feel free to share with the rest of the site in the comment section below. Although this is one of our live threads meaning any subject is on the table, all site rules still apply.

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22 hours ago Marlins vs. Braves: Start time, how to watch and game thread—May 20, 2022
Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images Trevor Rogers and Charlie Morton will start Friday’s Marlins vs. Braves game at LoanDepot Park. Full lineups and game notes in here. Welcome to Friday’s Marlins (17-20, +19 RD) vs. Braves (17-21, -13 RD) game thread. It’s the opening game of a new series, which means we’ve got a special series preview article, free prop bets and an hour-long livestream with the Fish Stripes staff and special guests. Our free Marlins prop bets contest has returned...with a few tweaks. Use this Fish Picks link prior to every Marlins series to submit your predictions. I have divided the Marlins schedule into nine separate “innings” and will be awarding a BreakingT t-shirt to each inning’s points leader. The second inning runs from May 20 through June 9. Braves Starting Lineup DH Ronald Acuña Jr. (140, 140) 1B Matt Olson (132, 132) 2B Ozzie Albies (93, 107) 3B Austin Riley (126, 116) LF Marcell Ozuna (84, 114) C Travis d’Arnaud (95, 99) CF Adam Duvall (56, 95) SS Dansby Swanson (98, 89) RF Travis Demeritte (99, 72) RHP Charlie Morton Baseball Savant Morton’s 2022 pitch distribution and Statcast percentile rankings Notes: You will recall that Acuña was still rehabbing from his torn ACL when these teams previous met in April. In 12 games since returning from the injured list, he is slashing .261/.393/.435 with an abnormally high 37.5% strikeout rate and six stolen bases in as many attempts...Duvall ranks in the bottom 10 among qualified MLB batters in weighted runs created-plus. He’s been swinging and missing even more than usual. Marlins Game Notes Marlins Starting Lineup 2B Jazz Chisholm Jr. (170 wRC+ this season, career 108 wRC+) 1B Jesús Aguilar (117, 113) DH Jorge Soler (99, 110) RF Avisaíl García (62, 102) 3B Brian Anderson (127, 112) CF Jesús Sánchez (93, 98) LF Bryan De La Cruz (160, 123) C Jacob Stallings (64, 87) SS Miguel Rojas (67, 87) LHP Trevor Rogers Baseball Savant Rogers’ 2022 pitch distribution and Statcast percentile rankings Lineup Changes from Previous Game: De La Cruz and Soler in, Garrett Cooper and Erik González out; Aguilar switches from DH to 1B, Anderson switches from LF to 3B Additional Notes: Soler (lower back stiffness) is taking the field for the first time since Monday. He enjoyed a solid series facing his former team in Atlanta last month (4-for-12, 3 BB)...The Marlins have homered in 12 straight games, but Morton has limited opponents to one extra-base hit over his last three starts combined. Something’s gotta give!...Anderson has reached base safely in 22 straight games, two shy of matching the longest streak of his career. How to Watch/Listen/Follow First pitch is scheduled for 6:40 p.m. ET. Watch on Bally Sports Florida—Paul Severino and Tommy Hutton in the booth—or listen to the radio broadcast on Fox Sports 940 Miami (Kyle Sielaff and J.P. Arencibia). Out-of-market viewers can stream the game on MLB.TV. Isaac Azout is representing Fish Stripes at LoanDepot Park as a credentialed reporter. Follow him on Twitter (@IsaacAzout) for in-game updates. He will handle the game recap article. All four Marlins full-season minor league affiliates are supposed to be in action (though Double-A Pensacola’s opponent seems to be dealing with COVID-related issues). Follow @FishProspects for notes and highlights. DraftKings Odds
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