The Cardinals Match Up Against the Marlins, Who are Currently Struggling With a Five-game Losing Streak

Marlins Walk it Off in Extras (Miami Marlins)

The Miami Marlins, with a dismal 23-48 complete record and a 12-25 record at home, are struggling this season. Despite their poor performance, they have shown some promise in games where they have hit two or more home runs, although their record in such games is still a disappointing 4-9.

The St. Louis Cardinals, on the other hand, have a more respectable 35-35 final record and an 18-20 record on the road. They have excelled in games where they have prevented their opponents from hitting home runs, boasting a 17-8 record in such games.

Miami Marlins with a dismal 23-48 complete record and a 12-25 record (Miami Marlins)

The two teams will face off on Monday for the fourth time this season, with the Marlins hoping to turn their season around. Jazz Chisholm has been a bright spot for the Marlins, leading the team with a .260 batting average, 11 doubles, three triples, 10 home runs, 23 walks, and 34 RBI.

Tim Anderson has also been contributing, going 11-for-39 with an RBI over the past 10 games. For the Cardinals, Nolan Arenado has been impressive, hitting .262 with 13 doubles, six home runs, and 32 RBI. Ivan Herrera has also been on a tear, going 11-for-33 with three doubles over the last 10 games.

Both teams have players on the injured list, including the Marlins’ Ryan Weathers, Sixto Sanchez, Edward Cabrera, Bryan Hoeing, Josh Simpson, Eury Perez, and Sandy Alcantara, and the Cardinals’ Lars Nootbaar, Nick Robertson, Riley O’Brien, Willson Contreras, Giovanny Gallegos, Tommy Edman, Steven Matz, Drew Rom, and Keynan Middleton. Despite these setbacks, both teams will be looking to come out on top in this matchup.