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Monday, July 4, 2011

I'm Back, happy 4th!

Whats up everybody? sorry I haven't posted anything the past couple of days, I've been busy. Hope everyone had a happy 4th of July! OK now I'm gonna do a quick summary of the past three games for the marlins. Saturday: Marlins beat the Rangers 9-5: It seems that ever since Jack has come back, Hanley"s getting back on track (man I'm a good rhymer). From stats as of Sunday from an article on, since June 20th, the day Jack Mckeon took over as interim manager, Hanley Ramirez has been hitting .385 with three home runs and 12 RBI's. Saturday was no exception, as Hanley belted two home runs, including a first inning grand slam as the Marlins hammered the Rangers 9-5. Sunday: Marlins win 6-4: It looked as though for most of the game the Rangers had it in the bag, but the Marlins put together a nice rally in the top of the 8th, scoring 4 runs (all with two outs), capped off with a Logan Morrison RBI double and a Mike Stanton RBI single, but like the rest of the wins for the fish lately, it didn't come easy. going into the bottom of the 9th with a 6-2 lead, closer Leo Nunez gave up 2 runs making it 6-4, but ultimately he would get the save, giving the Marlins there second straight win, and there second straight series win. Sunday: Marlins lose 1-0: Simply put Phillies starter Vance Worly only gave up two hits over seven innings, and the Phillies got the key hit when they needed it ( I was watching fireworks OK, I'm going off of a box score right now:) )


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