Marlins' Lewis Brinson: Set for series on bench
Brinson will sit for a few days to work on things in the batting cage, Joe Frisaro of MLB.com reports.
Brinson has struggled greatly so far this year, hitting .131/.185/.131 through 66 plate appearances while striking out 30.3 percent of the time. The rebuilding Marlins will likely be patient with him, but they'll give him a few days off to work on his swing. He could return to the lineup Thursday in Milwaukee.
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