Venezuelan Luis Arráez continues his quest to win another batting title and also to help the Miami Marlins qualify for the postseason.
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Thus, this Saturday in the triumph of the “fish” 11-5 over the Atlanta Braves At loanDepot Park, the Venezuelan had his first day of at least three hits since September 2. And he went 5-3; with a stolen base (his third of the year) and a solo home run in the first inning (his 10th of the season) off Jared Shuster's pitches, to get his team on the board, who at that time were losing 3-0.
However, the visitors created a line in both the fifth and sixth chapters. Meanwhile, the home team stepped on the plate up to six times with two outs in the eighth inning, to turn the game around and head toward their second win in the series.
There, Jazz Chisholm Jr. hit a Grand Slam and went 3-for-2 with four RBIs, runs scored and two walks. Jake Burger was 4 for 3 with a double, home run, three runs, two RBIs and a walk. Meanwhile, Yuli Gurriel concluded the day with a hit and a single in four times at bat, with two recorded, a trio of RBIs, a walk and a strikeout.