In Winter League action yesterday, Starling Marte went 2-for-4, with a run scored, two RBI's and his eighth stolen base. Marte has a .316/.409/.461 line in 20 games this off-season. He has drawn 11 walks and been successful in all eight of his stolen base attempts. Gregory Polanco came into the game in the top of the 8th inning as a defensive replacement for Marte in center field. The score was already 12-2 at the time.
In other action, Ramon Cabrera went 2-for-3, with two singles and a walk. He raised his average to the .200 mark with his second consecutive multi-hit game. Cabrera started the season by going 3-for-28 in his first 13 games.
Oscar Tejeda had a pinch-hit single in his only AB. He is now 4-for-12 on the season in nine games.
Anderson Hernandez went 2-for-4 with two s...
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