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Should the Marlins be Worried, of Course Not
- Updated: April 28, 2012
Last night, the Marlins were shutout by D-Backs’ LHP Joe Saunders, only managing to get 3 hits. The day before, Heath Bell had a bad 9th inning against the Mets as he got his 3rd blown save and his 3rd loss of the season. And yes, the Miami Marlins have lost 6 straight games but should they be worried? Of course not.
Let’s look at the Marlins 2003 wins and loss schedule. As you may notice, the Marlins lost 6 games in a row twice and on the same month, which was May. They also lost 5 straight games in August. But look where they went, all the way to the World Series and winning it.
Jose Reyes, Emilio Bonifacio, Hanley Ramirez, Giancarlo Stanton and most of the lineup has struggled. As well as the bullpen has struggled, this is just a bad skid for the Fish.
Winning streak, losing streaks, ups and downs are apart of the game. You win some and you lose some, in this case, the marlins still have a lot of chance of making the playoffs with this awesome team.
I some times and everybody gets bored of watching these kind of game but, some how they will snap it and get in the win column and possibly get into a winning streak. So Marlins fans don’t give up so early, there is still 143 games left to make up this little losing streak.