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Former Marlins not exactly shining since being traded

ATLANTA -- It's been a little more than a week now since the Marlins began "restructuring" their lineup. And so far, the guys who were shipped off haven't exactly shined for their new clubs.

Here's a quick update on what the former Marlins have done so far since being traded:

> Although former third baseman Hanley Ramirez got off to a quick start for the Dodgers tripling in his first at-bat, he's hitting just .226 in 31 at-bats for L.A. He's hit one home run with eight RBI, four walks and six strikeouts and is hitless in his last 14 at-bats.

> Second baseman Omar Infante is hitting .192 since being traded to the Tigers. He's scored three runs, but has no RBI in 26 at-bats. 

> Pitcher Anibal Sanchez lost his first start for the Tigers in a 5-1 defeat to the Blue Jays. He went 6 innings, but gave up eight hits and five earned runs along with three walks. 

> Reliever Randy Choate has made five appearances for the Dodgers and has a 2.45 ERA. He gave up a home run in the Dodgers' 4-0 loss to the Diamondbacks Wednesday.

> Former first baseman Gaby Sanchez made his Pirates debut Wednesday in the cleanup spot and went hitless in his first two at-bats with a strikeout and a walk before being pulled for Garrett Jones. Sanchez is expected to platoon at first.

> Reliever Edward Mujica pitched a scoreless of inning of relief for the Cardinals Wednesday.


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I wish them all the best of luck, except Hanley. He didn't ship up, so now he's shipped out, and he still won't ship up.


So they still stink. No big surprise here.

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