Jake Burger, Marlins home run off the Yankees in a ninth-inning rally


Jake Burger, Marlins home run off the Yankees in a ninth-inning rally

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August 13, 2023

MIAMI – There is a saying within the Marlins club that the 2023 team is the “Big Heart Team”.

It looked as if Miami had lost its magic after compiling a 5-17 record and slipping out of the playoff position to open the second half, but the club appeared to regain its magic while leading 4-2 with two improbable comebacks last week.

The latest came on Sunday afternoon, when Jake Burger caught the go-to hit during the ninth of five innings in the Marlins’ 8-7 victory over the Yankees in front of a crowd of 35,043. Miami trailed by as much as six runs — marking the largest deficit ever overcome in 2023 — and now leads the majors with eight wins when trailing by eight innings.

In doing so, the Marlins (62-57) took two of three for a rematch of the 2003 World Series, and the weekend attendance was 100,001—the highest for a three-game series in loan history. They also moved half a game ahead of the Cubs (61-57) for a third-place finish in the National League.

The Marlins’ walkout was also one of two big wins on Sunday, as the Nationals rallied from a more than four-run deficit to win against A.J.

“We’ve had this comeback all year,” said manager Skip Schumacher. “I suspect [the] Our latest road trip shows you that this is our brand of baseball. I said that in Cincinnati [Wednesday]kisa: It shows you we’re still that team. We haven’t done that in a while. We kind of hit a losing streak – or whatever you want to call it – but we’re still that team that has enough firepower in that lineup to make a comeback, and it’s still a really good roster to keep us in the game, let them count.

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“They did it in Cincinnati. They did it again here today against a really good team. Cincinnati is a really good team, too. It was a lot to win that series, especially in front of such a huge crowd, and the whole weekend — winning a series with 100,000 fans was a big deal.” Too much for us.”

Miami managed its eighth win of the season despite five stolen bases from New York and second consecutive lackluster start by Yuri Perez (four runs over four innings with five hits) since returning to the Majors. The Yankees also entered with the lowest in the bullpen era in the Majors.

After 7-3 entering the bottom of the ninth inning, the Marlins had a winning probability of 2%. But Yuli Goriel got things started with a double lead against Clay Holmes right before John Bertie (who hit a home run to Joey Wendell in the seventh) and Nick Fortis (who replaced Jacob Stallings in the eighth) hit a single.

After Jazz Chisholm Jr. walked to load the bases, Josh Bell sent a home run back to Holmes, who didn’t score it cleanly and threw the ball away to allow the pair to score. The play is reminiscent of then-Cardinal closer Jordan Hicks’ fumble in the Marlins’ 10-9 win on July 5.

310 with nine home runs and nine RBI in 11 games since Marlin acquired him. “I tried to get away from the plate a little bit and give myself some space, got that 2-0 count and maybe I could have cheated that pitch, but it started in my go zone and ran a lot more than I thought it was going to. I was able to eat it.” [by] Just breaking my tail at first base, and forcing Lewis to make a wrong throw [Arraez] to do what he does.”

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With runners in the corners, Arraez followed it up with the game-tying three-run to the right corner. For the second time in the game, Bell scored from first base.

“I said, Well, I have my chance. I have my time,” said Ariz, who combined three hits to bring his average up to . 367. Then he stuck a sinker inside [at] 97 [mph]. It’s not an easy pitch, but I used my hand and hit a hat-trick and tied the game up.”

Righty Tommy Kahnle took over from Holmes and walked Bryan De La Cruz to put runners back on the corners. By tying five players, De La Cruz moved up to second in defensive indifference. Then Burger lined up at a 2-1 changeup to leave the field for his third career game and his first with Miami.

“Obviously we want to win the first game of a series and we don’t have to win the last two games, but whatever method works, and we know that winning streak is vital to us right now,” said Burger, who bats . 317. 317 with six RBIs in 11 games since joining Miami. “Any way you can get two or three, you’re doing the right things. Obviously, celebrate this for maybe an hour or two, and then we have Houston, a tough game coming up, so focus on it.”

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