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Slow Start Continues for Marlins as Angels Rally for Comeback Win



The Miami Marlins remain winless after five games, falling to the Los Angeles Angels 7-4 on Monday. It's the first time in franchise history the team has started a season 0-5.

Max Meyer impressed in his first start since 2022, tossing five innings with two runs allowed on just two hits. However, the young pitcher's workload will be monitored closely as he threw 79 pitches. He struck out four and walked two batters.

Disaster struck in relief, though. George Soriano surrendered back-to-back home runs to open his outing, including a mammoth blast by Mike Trout, his second homer of the game that tied the score.

Tanner Scott's struggles continued as he walked three batters and allowed a run in his inning. Miami's closer has now been saddled with two of the team's losses.

Offensively, the Marlins' woes continued. Despite scoring four runs in the first inning, they went hitless with runners in scoring position for the rest of the game, finishing 3-16 in those situations. Their inability to add runs proved costly.

Miami will look to get on the board Tuesday when they host the Angels again. Jesús Luzardo takes the mound for a 6:40 p.m. first pitch.


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