Miami Marlins’ pitching unravels again in 12-5 loss to Blue Jays
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Miami Marlins’ pitching unravels again in 12-5 loss to Blue Jays

Miami : FL : USA | Jun 22, 2012 at 9:33 PM PDT
Source: Miami Herald
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Blue Jays 12, Marlins 5 Miami Marlins’ pitching unravels again in 12-5 loss to Blue Jays   The slumping Marlins fell behind immediately and were trounced by the Blue Jays — their 14th loss in 16 games. Over the first two months of the season, Chad Gaudin was lucky if he broke a sweat on most nights.... FULL ARTICLE AT Miami Herald
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Blue Jays' Ricky Romero pitches against the Marlins in the second inning during their MLB National League baseball game in Miami
Blue Jays' Ricky Romero pitches against the Marlins in the second inning during their MLB National League baseball game in Miami
 
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