Marlins' Starling Marte, José Ureña Hurt Against Yankees
Miami Marlins starting pitcher Jose Urena delivers during the first inning of a baseball gam against the New York Yankees, Sunday, Sept. 27, 2020, at Yankee Stadium in New York. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)
NEW YORK: Miami outfielder Starling Marte and right-hander Jos Urea left Sundays’ regular-season finale against the New York Yankees after getting hurt in the early innings.
Marte was hit on the front of his helmet by Clarke Schmidts 94 mph fastball in the second inning. The pitch knocked off the helmet. Marte stayed down for a few minutes and was replaced by Lewis Brinson.
Urea, a candidate for Miamis postseason bullpen, was hit on his pitching hand by a 103.9 mph line drive from AL batting leader DJ LeMahieu with one out in the third. Urea crumpled over in pain, stayed down in front of the mound before exiting the game. He was replaced by Daniel Castano.
Miami acquired Marte from Arizona on Aug. 31. He is hitting .245 with four homers and 13 RBI in 28 games with the Marlins.
Urea was among 18 Marlins sidelined with COVID-19 early this season. He is 0-3 with a 5.40 ERA in five starts since his season debut Sept. 7.
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