Phillies rout Marlins, 13-2

Phillies rout Marlins, 13-2

There are 32 comments on the South Florida Sun-Sentinel story from Apr 26, 2009, titled Phillies rout Marlins, 13-2. In it, South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that:

Shane Victorino drove in four runs, Jamie Moyer pitched six solid innings and the Philadelphia Phillies extended the Florida Marlins Get your Marlins Tickets now! ' skid to six with a 13-2 victory on Sunday.

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JUAN YANES

Miami, FL

#23 Apr 27, 2009
Very weak bullpen and wrong lineup causes Marlinjs be defeacted again and again. Marlins want adquire a consistent reliever and erase Bonifacio/Maybin as leadoff because they can't hit yet at this level. Handley should return as leadof, Cantu should return to third and bat third and Gload/Helms should share 1st base job. Reynor should replace unmature Maybin in outfield
Bullshark

Hialeah, FL

#24 Apr 27, 2009
Looks like the bandwagon lost a wheel and half the passengers fell off.
"Miami is a rinky-dink town."
Vince Lombardi 1966
Eddie

Hillsborough, NJ

#25 Apr 27, 2009
It was a tough spot for Graham Taylor Although he gave up 6 walks which is so unlike his history he certainly did not get any help from Jeremy Hermida .I think Marlin Management should give him another shot. Unfortunately it was pure nervousness. I remember in spring training he pitched many scoreless innings. One more chance please fro Graham Taylor.
Running Ball

Miami, FL

#26 Apr 27, 2009
The first 12 games, 6 against the Nats, 3 against the Mets (2 bad teams), 3 against the Braves (who the Marlins seem to own regardless of the records). Are the Marlins choking after a great start, or are they simply playing better teams now?
Doc

Miami, FL

#27 Apr 27, 2009
You win the prize. Finally, a fan with some smarts. It's Loria, not Freddi.
mediabias wrote:
This team has only one weak spot:
Jeffrey Luria
Even just 2 or 3 decent (not great) arms in the bull pen and ~$1M a year and this team is a bona fide contender. Instead, el cheapo gets to sit back and stroke his ego by telling himself his bargain basement payroll is good enough to beat half the teams in the league. What a loser.
Bullshark

Hialeah, FL

#28 Apr 27, 2009
Running Ball wrote:
The first 12 games, 6 against the Nats, 3 against the Mets (2 bad teams), 3 against the Braves (who the Marlins seem to own regardless of the records). Are the Marlins choking after a great start, or are they simply playing better teams now?
Yes...
Sarah

Oneonta, NY

#29 Apr 27, 2009
What about Hermidia while we are talking about busts. He has been up here for several years and he still can't catch a ball unless it is right to him. HE HITS A FEW HOMERUNS OR HITS AND ALL IS FORGOTTEN. He has something yellow running thru his arteries and veins. He looks scared to death when a ball comes his way, and so relieved if he happens to catch it.
Allan B

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#30 Apr 27, 2009
Sarah wrote:
What about Hermidia while we are talking about busts. He has been up here for several years and he still can't catch a ball unless it is right to him. HE HITS A FEW HOMERUNS OR HITS AND ALL IS FORGOTTEN. He has something yellow running thru his arteries and veins. He looks scared to death when a ball comes his way, and so relieved if he happens to catch it.
I agree, Hermida has been a horror show for years. And I would never allow him to start unless he learns how to bunt(no excuse), and play defense.
Allan B

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#31 Apr 27, 2009
Running Ball wrote:
The first 12 games, 6 against the Nats, 3 against the Mets (2 bad teams), 3 against the Braves (who the Marlins seem to own regardless of the records). Are the Marlins choking after a great start, or are they simply playing better teams now?
I dont think its either one. Nothings working this last week just like everything was working to start the season. They'll come around and be competitive throughout the season. We're still in 1st place.
THE MAN

Pompano Beach, FL

#32 Apr 27, 2009
who cares.......GO DOLPHINS
Steve

AOL

#33 Apr 27, 2009
Marlins simply SUCK! I see a lot of people jumping off the bandwagon. Typical.
AMAZINMAN

Brooklyn, NY

#34 Apr 28, 2009
Where are all the "loyal" Marlins fans now? I knew you were a bunch of bandwagon fans. Looks like the fish are about to die out for good. I told you they would hit a losing streak and that they were a fluke...looks like I was right eh?

Bye bye Marlins, not long before this team is eliminated by May or June-and you want them to have a new stadium!?! LOL

GO METS!!!

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