The Miami Marlins opened a series against the Milwaukee Brewers on Tuesday night in Milwaukee. The Brewers enter the series seated at the top of the National League Central; The Marlins in last place, aggressively "in reconstruction," enter the series by scoring the least number of runs in baseball and 35 runs less than the next worst offense in the National League. And, therefore, you should not be surprised to learn that after four reasonably competitive baseball innings, one team blew up for a hilarious fifth inning of 11 races, one in which each player in the lineup had an RBI. But which? Let's review the evidence:
Good try, internet, but I'm not buying it. Sure, the Marlins have been playing much, much better lately, coming tonight that they have won four of their last five series and 11 of their last 16 games, and have scored 84 runs in that stretch, but I think it's safe to badume that the Internet He has his facts, all this baded up in this. Great victory for the Brewers.