With another bundle of trades, the Miami Marlins once again enter a rebuilding phase.
Carlos Zambrano was finally able to get some credit for his performance on Monday night when his three hit, complete game shutout of the Houston Astros earned him his first win of the season.
In what has been a roller coaster season thus far for the Miami Marlins, the ride seems to be finally be reaching one of its' high points as the Marlins have now won six in a row on the road, and seem to be getting everyone on the same page.
The Miami Marlins have began their nine game road trip on the right foot with a sweep of the San Francisco Giants.
In what has been a painful season for the Miami Marlins, no one minus Manager Ozzie Guillen has had a tougher go at it than Giancarlo Stanton and Heath Bell.
If you were to talk to Marlins fans today, many would likely tell you that Heath Bell is cursing this team and he is the reason for the slow start.
The Marlins will be getting a much needed boost to their lineup tonight when second baseman Omar Infante makes his return to the lineup for a groin injury.
However, last night Ozzie Guillen managed his team out of a victory during Jose Reyes' return to New York in a heartbreaking 2-1 loss to the division rival Mets. This loss drops the Marlins to 2-7 on the road and gives them their third loss in a row.