Marlins' Lewis Brinson: Looking lost at plate again
Brinson went 0-for-3 with a strikeout in Tuesday's loss to the Cubs.
Over his last seven games, Brinson has gone just 1-for-21 with 12 strikeouts against two walks. The 24-year-old's athleticism and upside remain intriguing, but he now sports a .197/.246/.262 slash line and has yet to hit a homer or steal a base on the year. Until he learns to make even semi-consistent contact, he doesn't belong in an active fantasy lineup.
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