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Miami Marlins Right field player Brian Anderson showed his cannon by the arm during Tuesday night’s game against the San Diego Padres.
In the eighth inning with the Marlins driving, Padres was a defensive player Trent Gresham climbed to the board with Will Myers at second base after a weak lead. Gresham hit the pop fly to the right field and Myers tried to put himself in a better position to score, testing Anderson’s arm.
Anderson sent the ball clean and fired one onto a rope for third baseman Joe Wendell. Even though the ball was slightly to the left of Wendle, the player was still able to catch it and slide to take out Myers.
The play may have saved the Marlins’ run, which would eventually have ended with a 4-3 score. She definitely made up for 0 for 4 nights by Anderson, three hits on the board against the Padres pitchers. Wendle replaced Chase Leblanc at third base after hitting him at the bottom of seventh base.
Miami started with three games early in the game but allowed three games to take the lead in the seventh. All San Diego rounds came off Mane Machado’s bat in a double-clearing.
Peyton Burdick hit back for the Marlins in seventh by doubling the RBI to score for Nick Fortis.
Fortes hit twice at home in the game.
Miami’s win has taken them up to 52-65 this season. San Diego fell to 65-54.
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