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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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