The Miami Marlins took the field against the San Francisco Giants at Marlins Park on Thursday, with Jose Fernandez as their starting pitcher for the first time since May 4, 2014. The Cuban right-hander was forced to miss just over a full year after needing the universally dreaded Tommy John surgery to repair his throwing elbow. Although this surgery requires a grueling recovery...
MIAMI (AP) -- Jose Fernandez's comeback required a comeback.
The precocious right-hander shook off a rocky start in his return from Tommy John surgery, pitching six innings and hitting a homer Thursday to help the Miami Marlins rally past the San Francisco Giants 5-4 and complete a three-game sweep.
The first two batters to face Fernandez scored, and he screamed at himself as he...
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Miami Marlins second baseman Dee Gordon is not known for his power hitting. However, even though it is not his strong suit ever player likes to hit one out of the park every now and then. Going in to Tuesday night's game against the San Francisco Giants it had been over a full season since the last time Gordon had hit a home run (June 14).Well--he got a home run against the Giants...
Dee Gordon displayed his blazing speed on the basepaths during the second inning of Tuesday night's Miami Marlins game as he hit an inside-the-park home run. The homer was Gordon's first of the season and helped the Marlins beat the Giants 5-3.Video via MLB.
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MIAMI -- The Miami Marlins optioned left-hander Justin Nicolino to Triple-A New Orleans and reinstated right-handed reliever Bryan Morris from the disabled list prior to Tuesday's series opener against the San Francisco Giants.
After seven scoreless innings June 20 against the Cincinnati Reds in his debut, Nicolino allowed five runs on six hits with two strikeouts and a walk over...
MIAMI -- Hours after undergoing Tommy John surgery in April 2008, A.J. Ramos entered a classroom on the Texas Tech campus to take a Spanish final.
He did his best to write left handed with his dominant hand and right arm already in the process of healing and in a sling. Though it proved to be difficult, he passed. Then it was straight to work to get back onto the field.
For 4-6 weeks the Miami Marlins will be without Giancarlo Stanton, arguably the one player who’s kept them above water in 2015 (and by water I mean the last place Philadelphia Phillies).
Stanton suffered a left hamate wrist fracture on a swing-and-miss during Friday’s game. He remained in the game, but in visible pain during his 9th inning at-bat, after which X-Rays revealed...
I don’t know who Marlins starter Jose Urena is and neither do you, so let’s start with that.
Giancarlo Stanton could be injured for a long time and not only will it deeply effect the Miami Marlins, but as well as the rest of the league.
The fans of baseball will suffer because Stanton is awesome to watch. He hits the ball so hard and so hard. It will not be as fun without him in the league. The all-star break is going to take a hit as well due to his injury.
Martin Prado during his stint with the New York Yankees in 2014
Miami Marlins slugger Giancarlo Stanton leads the major leagues with 27 home runs and 67 RBIs, but he’ll have his work cut out for him if he wants to be on top of those categories by season’s end. On Saturday night, the 25-year old outfielder broke a bone in his wrist during a game against the Los Angeles Dodgers...
Bad news for the Miami Marlins, and bad news for baseball fans in general. Slugger Giancarlo Stanton has a broken bone in his hand, an injury that is expected to knock him out for four to six weeks.
Stanton suffered the injury in Friday’s 7-1 loss to the Dodgers. During his final at-bat, Stanton struck out versus Pedro Baez and was in noticeable pain after swinging and missing...
Giancarlo Stanton suffered a hand injury during Friday night’s loss to the Los Angeles Dodgers, and it appears he could end up missing some time. According to Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports, Stanton has a broken bone in his left hand. The 25-year-old slugger initially hurt his hand on a swing and miss in the...Read More
The Miami Marlins are about to get a lot better as a baseball team. Jose Fernandez, one of the most exciting and superlative pitchers in major-league baseball, is set to return next week. Martin Prado and Michael Morse should be back shortly. Henderson Alvarez, who has made just four starts all year, is progressing in […]
If it weren’t for the Phillies, this would not even be a conversation. However, due to the Phils’ ineptness (current winning streak aside), the topic can momentarily turn to the Miami Marlins and whether they have a late season push in them. Indeed, as it stands now, the Marlins are not lighting the world on fire (twelve games under .500), but there is one big reason why the...
Nobody can accuse the Atlanta Hawks of lacking creativity in the designing of their new uniforms.
The official unveiling of the Hawks’ revamped unis is set for Wednesday, but the Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution got his hands on some images of them one day early.
As you can see, the Hawks have ditched their red, white and blue color scheme for...
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