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Marlins catcher Jacob Stallings is not in the starting lineup Wednesday versus the Rays.
Stallings got the nod behind the plate on Tuesday and nabbed a double across four trips to the plate but will return to the bench on Wednesday night. It's been tough sledding for the veteran at the plate as Stallings is hitting just .194 with two homers and a .576 OPS across 69 appearances.
Jacob Stallings will not start for the Marlins’ Monday against Houston.
Stallings will get a day of rest after starting in Sunday’s series finale against New York. Nick Fortes will do the catching at bat eighth Monday.
Marlins catcher Jacob Stallings is out of the starting lineup Friday versus the Tigers.
Stallings has had a tough season at the plate but enjoyed a productive outing his last time out on Wednesday with two hits, including a double, while driving in a pair of runs. Nonetheless, Stallings still owns a paltry .201 average with just one homer across 166 trips to the plate on the season.
Marlins catcher Jacob Stallings is back in the starting lineup Tuesday versus the Rays.
Stallings didn't start the club's series finale with the Rockies on Sunday afternoon but will return for the series opener with the Rays on Tuesday night. Despite solid defense, Stallings has had a disastrous season at the plate, hitting .197 with just a single home run across 159 plate appearances.
Catcher Jacob Stallings is back in the starting lineup Friday versus the Orioles.
Stallings at out the Marlins' final first-half contest but will return to take on right-hander Dean Kremer on Friday. It was a disastrous first half at the plate for the former Pirate who hit just .202 with one home run and a .258 wOBA across 144 trips to the plate.