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Marlins Drop to 1-11 After Close Loss to Yankees



The Miami Marlins fell deeper into an early-season hole on Tuesday, dropping an agonizing 3-2 decision to the New York Yankees.

The loss puts Miami at a dismal 1-11 record, matching their worst start through the first 12 games of a season, set back in 1998. That year, the Marlins went on to finish with a franchise-worst 54-108 record.

Starting pitcher A.J. Puk's struggles continued, as he remained winless (0-3) in his first year as a starter. Puk's inefficiency was evident, needing 98 pitches to navigate just 4.2 innings. He walked five batters and surrendered two runs on four hits. Defensive miscues by the Marlins didn't help his cause, with two errors leading to an unearned run.

Miami's offense offered little support, mustering only four hits, with just one going for extra bases. Jazz Chisholm Jr. provided the lone bright spot with his second double of the season. Tim Anderson chipped in with two singles but also committed his second error of the year.

With their backs against the wall, the Marlins will look to Ryan Weathers to salvage the series finale on Wednesday.


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