In the Dominican on Saturday night, Starling Marte returned to the lineup for the first time since he left Tuesday's game after the first inning due to the flu. He went 1-for-4 with two walks and a run scored on Saturday. Marte had just three walks this winter coming into this game. He's now hitting .200/.270/.313 in 22 games.
Anderson Feliz went 2-for-5 with a run scored. He's hitting .278 through 28 games, with six extra-base hits and nine walks.
In Venezuela, Jose Osuna had a busy day finally at third base and passed the test. In the first inning, he started a 5-4-3 double play, the first double play he has been involved in at third base. He caught a pop up two innings later, then fielded another three grounders over the course of the game. Osuna had just ten total chances in his ...
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