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By David Keene
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Topic - Derek Dietrich
Another defensive lapse and another loss to the Atlanta Braves left Miami Marlins manager Mike Redmond mulling over a possible lineup change.
In the Nationals' 3-2 loss to the Marlins on Monday, it was a familiar foe who led his team to victory.
Miami Marlins manager Mike Redmond has no explanation for why his club has played so well at home and struggled so much on the road this season.
Giancarlo Stanton still amazes his Miami teammates.
Despite a great performance by Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez, the Nationals were able to battle their way to the 6-3 win thanks to strong pitching from Tanner Roark and a key HR from Jayson Werth.
After one of his worst major league starts, Jose Fernandez was simply ready to move on.
Marlon Byrd and the Phillies knew facing Jose Fernandez would be a challenge. They were up for it.
Miami Marlins third baseman Casey McGehee did his best to look on the bright side Thursday.
Miami second baseman Derek Dietrich broke his nose when he was struck in the face by a bad-hop single during the Marlins' 4-3 win over the St. Louis Cardinals on Thursday.
"It was kind of tough to see out there," said Miami's Derek Dietrich, who went 0 for 3 with one strikeout.
"I was talking the whole time, but obviously was in some pain," he said. "I'm feeling okay and have no headaches. It could've been a lot worse."