The San Francisco Giants and Miami Marlins can partially attribute their disappointing seasons to struggling offenses that have scored fewer runs than any other in the NL.
Chad Gaudin and especially Miami starter Nathan Eovaldi are plenty familiar with their team's scoring woes.
Eovaldi hasn't received any run support in his last five starts, and he'll oppose Gaudin as the last-place clubs begin a three-game series Friday night in Florida.
Defending World Series champion San Francisco (53-67) ranks second-to-last in the NL in runs scored, ahead of only the major league-worst Marlins (46-73). Though Miami has managed to win two of Eovaldi's last five starts, it hasn't been able to push across any runs with him on the hill.
Eovaldi (2-2, 2.82 ERA), who is 0-1 with a 1.04 ERA in his last four outings, hasn't received any run support in 34 innings since the Marlins scored twice in the second when he tossed six frames of an 8-3 win over Washington on July 12.
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