MLB Scores: Marlins, 1, Mets, 0

The Miami Marlins and the New York Mets squared off in the rubber match of a three game series on Sunday. Aces Matt Harvey and Jose Fernandez dazzled today, but Fernandez came out the winning pitcher. The Marlins took Game 3 of the series after losing the first two. The Miami Marlins and the New York Mets met for the rubber match of their three game series on Sunday at Marlins Park...
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1 hour ago

Conley opens long trip in Twin Cities

Adam Conley looks to mirror his dominant first June start, as the Marlins and Twins square off for the first time since 2013 to open a three-game set on Tuesday night at Target Field.
2 hours ago

Ramos locks down 18th save for Marlins

If you ask Jose Fernandez, A.J. Ramos is an All-Star.
3 hours ago

Heroes and Zeroes: Marlins 1, Mets 0

Jose Fernandez came up big in a pitcher's duel at Marlins Park on Sunday. Throughout the 2016 regular season, I'm tracking each player involved in each Marlins game. Using the WPA metric (Wins Probability Added), we can order the players from the most positive impact all the way down to most negative. The top three are our "Heroes," and the bottom three rank as our "Zeroes." Heroes...
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5 hours ago

Who took my NL outfield vote from the Miami Marlins’ Giancarlo Stanton?

When I say disappointments thus far in Major League Baseball this season, who or what do you think of? What about your team gets you seething just at the thought? I’d imagine that some of you would immediately look at the struggling starts of pitchers like Matt Harvey or Zack Greinke, with ERA’s of 4.95 and 4.37, respectively. Maybe even the lack of early production from last...
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Jose Fernandez sets Marlins strikeout record

Although he’s only in his fourth season with the Marlins — two of those were hijacked by Tommy John surgery — Jose Fernandez has further established himself as one of the premier pitchers in the organization’s history. The 23-year-old right-hander left Sunday’s start after shutting out the Mets through seven innings. However, Fernandez struck out 14 Mets batters — establishing...
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5 hours ago

WATCH: Ichiro makes outstanding leaping catch

Ichiro proved on Sunday that he can be just as good at preventing hits as he is at getting them. The Mets’ Michael Conforto led off the top of the fifth with a drive off Marlins starter Jose Fernandez. Ichiro got the jump he needed on the ball and made an acrobatic grab just short of the warning track to take away extra bases. It wasn’t like Fernandez needed much help. He...
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Marlins recall Ellington, option Hall to Triple-A

The Marlins on Sunday recalled right-handed relief pitcher Brian Ellington from Triple-A New Orleans and optioned right-hander Cody Hall to the club's top affiliate.
10 hours ago

Miami Marlins Morning News: Derek Dietrich Avoids Serious Injury Again

Pitching depth has been the problem for the Marlins and is more then ever the issue especially after Bryan Morris went down and the bullpen blew the lead against the Pittsburgh Pirates. The reason that is the top story for the Marlins is because Derek Dietrich is made of steel. Pitching depth has been the problem for the Marlins and is more then ever the issue especially after Bryan...
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12 hours ago

Phelps squanders lead as Marlins lose to Mets 6-4

MIAMI (AP) Miami Marlins right-hander David Phelps entered the game in the eighth inning Saturday with a plan and a lead, neither of which helped him. James Loney whacked Phelps' first pitch for a double, starting a comeback that helped the New York Mets beat Miami 6-4. ''It's a bad pitch from the get-go,'' Phelps said. ''We were talking in the bullpen about getting a cutter in...
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Ali family isn't unhappy about premature tribute from Marlins

MIAMI (AP) -- Miami Marlins president David Samson says the family of Muhammad Ali isn't unhappy about the team's premature tribute to the late heavyweight champion.The Marlins displayed a photo of Ali on their video board Friday night indicating the heavyweight champion had died, but it was more than two hours later before Ali's family announced his death in Phoenix.Samson said...
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Marlins: Ali family isn't unhappy about premature tribute

MIAMI (AP) Miami Marlins president David Samson says the family of Muhammad Ali isn't unhappy about the team's premature tribute to the late heavyweight champion. The Marlins displayed a photo of Ali on their video board Friday night indicating the heavyweight champion had died, but it was more than two hours later before Ali's family announced his death in Phoenix. Samson said...
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Justin Bour providing nice fantasy value at first base

When it comes to the Miami Marlins and south Florida, there certainly is a lot of flash. Big names such as Giancarlo Stanton and Jose Fernandez will bring that to a city and organization. But actually, one of the most valuable choices fantasy owners could have made in their drafts was selecting Marlins first baseman Justin Bour. Prior to the season, Fantasy Pros had 33 other first...
Via Today's Knuckleball
1 day ago

Marlins erroneously announce Muhammad Ali’s death

The Miami Marlins had a moment straight out of a Southwest Airlines commercial. During Friday night's home game against the New York Mets, the Marlins flashed an image of Muhammad Ali on the scoreboard, along with the text, 1942-2016: Just announced at the Marlins game the goat has passed Muhammad Ali — 1999 PEDRO MARTINEZ (@b0ss561) June 4, 2016...
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Marlins prematurely announce to their fans that Muhammad Ali passed away

The Los Angeles Times reports that Muhammad Ali is in “grave condition”, with his family at his bedside in a Phoenix hospital, and that “it could be hours” before his passing. Several news outlets have had similar reports, but there is not a report out there yet saying Ali has passed away. Well, either the Miami Marlins know something we don’t, or badly misunderstood the...
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Miami Marlins: Time for a bullpen makeover

After taking three of four from the Pittsburgh Pirates this week, the Miami Marlins are looking good right now. Unfortunately, the bullpen is becoming a serious issue and its recent inabilities to preserve leads almost demands a few changes to be made. Thankfully, changes have already been underway. Since May 26, three relief pitchers have been removed from the active roster. Bryan...
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Jose Fernandez Has Been Unhittable, and So Hittable

Just as much as we’ve trained ourselves to not take Spring Training stats at face value, we should also by now have trained ourselves to not take player and manager Spring Training quotes at face value. Words are words, and until those words become actions, they’re not super fun to consume or analyze. Like, here’s a few examples pulled from a preseason story by the excellent...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Miami Marlins Reliever David Phelps Has Found a Home in the Eighth Inning

Miami Marlins reliever David Phelps has been working as a setup man this season after spending a few years as a swingman. Since his rookie season in 2012, Phelps has appeared in 135 games, 59 of those as a starting pitcher. For his career, he has thrown 326.1 innings as a starter and 113 as a reliever. His 4.36 ERA as a starter is fine, but nothing special, as is his 3.50 ERA as...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Tom Koehler could make the Miami Marlins rotation fearsome

It took six grueling tries for the Miami Marlins to finally defeat the Atlanta Braves this season. While the offense continues to produce runs with limited playing time from Christian Yelich and Giancarlo Stanton, the pitching staff got an excellent performance from a pitcher that could make a huge difference moving forward. It has been a tough season for Miami starter Tom Koehler...
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Giancarlo Stanton’s Concerning Contact Rate

Giancarlo Stanton has always had a lot of swing and miss in his game, offsetting all the whiffs with ridiculous power displays on his way to being one of the game’s elite sluggers. So when you look at Stanton’s 2016 numbers, it’s easy to just look at the overall line (which includes a 115 wRC+) and note the unsustainably low .256 BABIP — he’s at .324 for his career, given...
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11 days ago  |  Discuss

Puig benched for not hustling, cracks Don Mattingly joke

Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig was yanked from Tuesday night’s game against the Cincinnati Reds for admiring a long RBI single. Puig smoked a ball off the right field wall in the bottom of the sixth, scoring Trayce Thompson to give the Dodgers a 4-2 lead. When he hit it, Puig clearly thought he had an opposite-field home run, so he admired the shot for a moment. That...
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11 days ago  |  Discuss

The Miami Marlins are reportedly suing some of their season ticket holders and vendors

The Miami Marlins appear to be simply a bottom-line business to owner Jeffrey Loria.Which is apparently why the team is suing some of their season-ticket holders, luxury suite owners and vendors who have decided not to renew their deals at Marlins Park, according to the Miami New Times:"The Marlins have sued at least nine season ticketholders and luxury suite owners since 2013. That...
Via Fox Sports
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Miami Marlins suing nine season ticket holders, two vendors

Yes, you read that headline right. The Miami Marlins, a Major League Baseball team, are suing nine of their season ticket holders and two vendors. Miami sits at 23-21 this season and is fourth place in the National League East, three and a half games back of the 27-18 Washington Nationals. The Marlins are averaging 20,508 fans per game, which puts them at 26th out of the 30 MLB...
Via The Comeback
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Is Marcell Ozuna Breaking Out?

Marcell Ozuna is the third-best outfielder on his team. He can’t match the power and discipline of Giancarlo Stanton, and he can’t match the patient, contact-oriented approach of rising star Christian Yelich. Partially related to those two statements, Yelich and Stanton have signed contracts worth nearly $400 million total while Ozuna, despite possessing more service time than...
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16 days ago  |  Discuss

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