UPDATES & NEWS
Christian Yelich extends hit streak to 14 games after going 1-for-4 with a double and a run scored in Sunday's win over the Mariners.
The 22-year old is off to a solid start in his sophomore season as he is hitting .333 with a .407 OBP from the leadoff spot for the Marlins with 15 runs scored (tied for 2nd most in the NL), five RBI, and three steals. Yelich still has some room for growth too if manager Mike Redmond would give the kid the green light more on the base paths as he is 13-for-13 in stolen base attempts since coming up last season yet has only had three chances in 17 games this season.ANALYST: Michael Pichan
Aramis Ramirez confirmed that 2015 will be his final season.
Ramirez will turn 37 in June in what will be his 18th major league season. He was a legitimate 30-home run threat during the prime of his career, but now here we are 10 years past that prime and he's more of a 15-home run threat these days. Injuries were a big part of his decline and he's missed an awful lot of games over the years, but considering how bad the third base position looks this year, one last go-around with A-Ram might not be the worst thing in the world. Just make sure you have a viable back-up option. Analysis: Howard Bender