It was a great night at the dish for Morrison, and it came just when he needed it most, as his sub .200 average was beginning to wear on him as of Monday afternoon. And just in the blink of an eye, Morrison raised his average 42 points with a two-day stretch of 6-for-7 at the plate. He obviously wont maintain this unrealistic pace, however hopefully this is a sign that his bat has turned around. Give him a few more games before making a judgement.
Ramos collected his 15th save of the season on Wednesday night, walking only one batter, while he lowered his ERA to 1.80 on the year. He has proven to be one of the more reliable ninth inning arms this season, so provided the Marlins keep playing in close games, he should continue his ways going forward for the rest of the season.
Coming off of back-to-back losses, it was good to see Nicolino focus a bit more in this start, yet he still couldn’t quite put it all together on Wednesday night. Even so though, his near six innings of three run baseball with six strikeouts will get the job done for most fantasy owners in a pinch, so you can say that he served his purpose on Wednesday night.
It turned out to be another fine start for Andriese, as he tossed six innings of three run baseball, while he struck out six in the process. Nothing to stop the presses about, but an outing that progresses the solid season he has put together so far. His 3-0 record and 2.63 ERA that he has posted so far in the month of May makes him a worthy own in most fantasy formats going forward.