Update on Hanleyless Marlins

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Not pictured: Dressed as Emilio Bonifacio, J. Walter Weatherman saying, "And that's what happens when you hustle."
Last time: "The Marlins are 50-39 in games Ramirez has started and an abysmal 9-33 when his name has not appeared on the lineup card."

With Hanley Ramirez starting, the Marlins remain 50-39 in 2011.

Otherwise, they are now 13-39 with tonight's loss to the Mets in extra innings.

Ramirez will undergo shoulder surgery September 15, under the knife of renowned surgeon Dr. James Andrews. "[Player X] to see Dr. James Andrews" are normally the seven scariest words in baseball, but it was pretty much assumed Ramirez would see surgery. So the story is a lot less shocking than usual. And the Marlins are so out of any race that the surgery pretty much doesn't spoil anything! Unless Logan Morrison says something about it, then we can talk about that for a day...

1 comments:

FromThisSeat.com September 7, 2011 at 6:14 PM  

He is the face of this franchise, no doubt. When they move to this new stadium, attendance will increase as will the payroll and maybe they can finally afford to fill this roster with some talent around Hanley before its too late.

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