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Our Noticias, 3/11/20: Fish keep rolling, roster trimmed down

Our Noticias, 3/11/20: Fish keep rolling, roster trimmed down

Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports And a number of prospects continue to make waves. Yesterday’s game The Marlins kept up their hot play this spring, beating the reigning world champs 3-2 on Tuesday. Caleb Smith gave up two earned runs in four innings, striking out four and walking just one in the process. A Juan Soto homer in Smith’s final inning of work accounted for all of the damage. Caleb Smith was good, except for that Soto dinger4.0 IP, 2 H, 2 ER, 1 BB, 4 K, 1 HR on 65 pitches— Fish Stripes (@fishstripes) March 10, 2020 On offense, Brian Anderson doubled home the...

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