Oli Marmol admit his guilty

Following the Cardinals’ six-game losing skid, Oli Marmol accepts responsibility.

Currently on a six-game losing streak, the St. Louis Cardinals are coming off a crushing 11-2 loss to the Milwaukee Brewers on Friday. According to Katie Woo of The Athletic, Cardinals manager Oli Marmol responded in an NSFW way following the game, but in a positive one, trying to pull his club out of the gutter.

“When I get up in the morning, I’ll figure out how to support and inspire the squad during a particularly difficult moment. Get on me if you guys want to get on someone. However, I’m going to keep throwing my support behind that group nonstop.

Marmol went on, “You get punched in the face, punch back.” “This is the opening inning. You have eight more opportunities. You have to be able to, and not only tonight, but in general, we haven’t been able to.
Marmol discusses the problems facing the Cardinals.
Beyond the aforementioned skid, the Cardinals are seven games under, so there’s little doubt that nothing is going their way.500., they have the fewest runs in the National League, and Wilson Contreras’ injury will keep him out of the lineup for some time. Every game has been a bore of an offense as a result, which Marmol addressed.

According to Marmol, via The Athletic, “hitting is hard, but at some point, the lineup just has to come together.” “There is a bunch of hitters who have not yet arrived. It is annoying to all of us. Frustration must eventually give way to a small amount of rage. We must complete it. We didn’t today.

Marmol went on, “There are some games where you just have to play much better against a starter.” “You need to give yourself more chances to beat that guy. You must have the ability to profit. There was undoubtedly a chance in the bases-loaded scenario, and we need to take it. The big hit is eluding us. One run cannot win a baseball game.

According to Marmol, via The Athletic, “hitting is hard, but at some point, the lineup just has to come together.” “There is a bunch of hitters who have not yet arrived. It is annoying to all of us. Frustration must eventually give way to a small amount of rage. We must complete it. We didn’t today.

Marmol went on, “There are some games where you just have to play much better against a starter.” “You need to give yourself more chances to beat that guy. You must have the ability to profit. There was undoubtedly a chance in the bases-loaded scenario, and we need to take it. The big hit is eluding us. One run cannot win a baseball game.

Arenado stated, “What I should have done is slow down, tag, and make sure I get the third base out.” “I had to make the play because I saw Contreras take off quickly and believed I had a chance to field it and tag him like I tried. But, he moved out of the way. I erred there; I should have picked up Sonny Gray and gotten the out at third to just prevent the runners from getting into scoring position. I take the inning for that.

“We’re not scoring in the first few innings, and then it seems like we need to get going,” Arenado remarked. It’s simply not a smart strategy to play. However, that is what occurs when this  has been going on for a little bit now. It starts to accumulate, it’s not like this happened overnight. I don’t know how to explain it,” he added. “It’s just disappointing.”

It will be interesting to watch how St. Louis ends their current losing streak because any baseball club going through a difficult season is very normal. Given that the Cardinals are now 15-23 on the season and dead bottom in the NL Central, it may begin on Saturday night when they play the third game of their series against the Brewers.

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