Miami vs Philadelphia Predictions
|*Community||PHI -157 56%||u/9 56%|
*Consensus from 1847 predictions.
|34929th||Earned Run Average||4.7511th|
just feel like Philly bounces back after a couple of embarrassing losses to Miami. No way Marlins get the sweep. PHI Run Lin -1.5 (+120).
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Locking in Miami before this line moves. Yamamoto is young but from what we have seen he is lights out. Its another lost year for the Marlins as they continue to try and develop young talent and are trying to find a star. From the early goings it looks like Yamamoto has that potential. Philadelphia has really spiraled downwards as of late with five straight losses. They are a brutal 6-12 in the month of June and continue to turn things around with a patchwork pitching staff. Look for Miami to come up with the win and take the series.80%
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Yamamoto has collected two big league wins before allowing a run. The 23-year-old has started his Marlins career by setting a franchise record with 14 straight scoreless innings. He has given up five total hits in two wins over the Cardinals. I think Miami and the plus money is worth the risk today, even if it is more of a fade of Santos.
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The Good Phight: The thing we thought could only maybe happen totally happened: Marlins 6, Phillies 4
The Phillies are the narrative-givers. Every team that beats them gets to begin anew, the first chapter of their next success story as the squad that took down Bryce Harper and the team that gave him hundreds of millions of dollars. For the Marlins, they seem to be falling ass-backwards into the "scrappy misfits can accomplish anything if they just believe in themselves" narrative. Good for them!
The Phillies continued their "sucking" narrative, in which they suck, and we all talk about it. Go ahead and diagnose it if you want to--they can't hit fastballs, they swing at bad pitches, they can't rely on their pitching, the manager is doing it wrong, the front office isn't doing anything at all, there's nobody out there for them to get, there's nobody internally who they can swap in; somehow, they've wound up in a position where every part of the team needs a move and yet somehow no move is the right move.
Fansided: Miami Marlins Offense Erupts for 16 Hits, Sweep Phillies
Let that sink in a little bit. A team widely taken for granted as the "worst team in the history of baseball" has gone 20-15 since starting, er, poorly. The Miami Marlins came away from their three-game set against the Philadelphia Phillies with a three-game sweep. It was first time since August of 2009 for a three-game set in Philadelphia, according to Fox Sports.
The Miami Marlins led early, on first-inning non-consecutive singles from Miguel Rojas, Garrett Cooper, and Starlin Castro. Cooper tried to score from second on the RBI-single, but after initially being called safe was called out on second look.
Phillies Nation: Marlins slug 16 hits, sweep lifeless Phillies
Jean Segura's two-run single in the bottom of the first inning of Sunday's game against the Miami Marlins seemed to signal better things ahead for the Philadelphia Phillies.
So much for that.
The Phils' offense went cold after that, save for two late sacrifice flies, and the Marlins produced baserunner after baserunner, scoring six runs on 16 hits. Don Mattingly's squad earned a sweep of the Phillies with a 6-4 win at Citizens Bank Park.
It's the seventh straight loss for the Phillies, and they're now just one game above the .500 mark.
The Marlins started their relentless attack in the first inning against Enyel De Los Santos, and they never let up.
CBS Philly: The Streak Continues, Phillies Lose 7th Straight, Swept By Marlins 6-4
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Rookie right-hander Jordan Yamamoto won for the third time in three career starts, Garrett Cooper and Brian Anderson hit consecutive homers, and the Miami Marlins beat Philadelphia 6-4 Sunday for the Phillies' seventh straight loss. JT Riddle homered, doubled and drove in two for Miami, which swept three games in Philadelphia for the first time since August 2009. The Marlins outhit the Phillies 16-4.
Jean Segura had two RBIs for Philadelphia, which has dropped 16 of 22 games to fall well behind the Braves in the NL East. The Phillies entered Sunday trailing by 5 1/2 games after leading Atlanta by 3 1/2 on May 29.
Fansided: Phillies trade rumor: Team targeting Marlins pitcher Caleb Smith?
Any Phillies trade rumor will perk the ears of fans, but the latest one dished out by former Reds and Nationals general manager Jim Bowden, now of Sirius XM, was a surprise to say the least.
While going over the Phillies trade deadline needs, Bowden threw out two starting pitchers the Phillies could target this summer: Detroit's Matthew Boyd and Miami's Caleb Smith.
Boyd is a name constantly thrown out not just as a Phillies trade rumor but for any team looking for a young starting pitcher. This is the first time I have heard Smith's name thrown around as a trade chip for the floundering Marlins.
The Good Phight: Eject, eject: Marlins 5, Phillies 3
Gabe Kapler got his first ejection as the Phillies manager on Saturday, doing a lot of deep-throated shouting and aggressive finger-pointing.
I've seen a couple of "...so what 's Charlie Manuel up to right now?" out there, and all I can think is how there was nothing that endeared Charlie Manuel to people like giving an umpire a face full of s***. This was Kapler's first attempt, and I buy the anger and frustration. It has to be there, and not just over an umpire deciding that Scott Kingery, who was hit by a pitch, actually swung and was out.
Fansided: Wilkin Castillo leads the Marlins past Phillies
It's one of those stories that seems to be written for a Hollywood script. A veteran baseball player is away from the Majors for 10 years and comes back in shining fashion to help the Miami Marlins beat the Philadelphia Phillies, 5-3 on Saturday.
That really did happen and Wilkin Castillo, who was called up to The Show because both Jorge Alfaro and Chad Wallach are on the I.L., became an instant hero, if for one night.
Even with a losing record this season, these Marlins continue to make things interesting in their growth and development.