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Team: Miami Marlins
Record: 35-58 (18.0 GB)
Biggest Surprise of 1st Half:
For the Marlins this season, there have been a few surprises. For one, the pitching has been quite strong the entire season, posting a team ERA of 3.86 and WHIP of 1.312. The team ERA places them right in the middle of the pack of the National League, which, considering 3/5 of the projected opening day rotation was either injured or didn’t make the club out of Spring Training, was quite a feat. Another surprise has been the call-ups and successes of youngsters Marcell Ozuna (outfield, age 22 – .270/.305/.402/.707 – eight outfield assists and batting .352 with a .930 OPS in RISP situations) and Derek Dietrich (second base, 24 – .217/.282/.409/.691). While Ozuna’s power has not been there and Dietrich’s average has not shown up, they’ve both produced and come up big on both sides of the ball.
The biggest surprise, however, has been the performance of 20 year old rookie Jose Fernandez. It was firstly amazing tha...
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It’s not too often that you see someone show genuine excitement inside Miami’s Marlins Park.
One of those rare moments of euphoria took place Saturday night, when Giancarlo Stanton launched one of his patented mammoth home runs and Jose Fernandez, the Marlins’ young ace, proceeded to unleash a wild celebration on the dugout’s top step.
Stanton’s bomb tied the game at 1...
Your browser does not support iframes.Marlins outfielder Giancarlo Stanton clubbed a game-tying home run in the bottom of the ninth inning off Nationals closer Rafael Soriano Saturday.And there was absolutely nobody more excited about this than teammate and starting pitcher Jose Fernandez.Seriously, check out the pure display of thrill and excitement Fernandez exhibits in the...
MIAMI -- The Miami Marlins' 2012 All-Star player saved this year's representative from going to the Midsummer Classic as a losing pitcher.
Giancarlo Stanton's solo home run off Washington closer Rafael Soriano in the bottom of the ninth Saturday night tied the game and enabled the Marlins to go on and beat the Nationals 2-1 in 10 innings.
Stanton's blast took Jose...
Miami Marlins top prospect Christian Yelich was a hit in Sunday's Futures Game at Citi Field.
Make that two hits.
Yelich went 2 for 2 as the USAs designated hitter against a team of international prospects. Before being removed for a pinch hitter in the sixth, he delivered the games first run with an RBI double to center field in the second and then singled in the fourth in...
MIAMI -- The All-Star break has arrived, marking the traditional midpoint of the baseball season.
For the Miami Marlins, it seems they've already played two halves in 2013.
Miami went 14-41 during an injury-riddled first two months in which very little seemed to go right.
Since then, the Marlins have gone 21-17 and have created hope that the team's rebuilding process might...
Jose Fernandez hardly looked like a rookie in his All-Star debut.
But that's little surprise to Miami Marlins fans.
Fernandez entered Tuesday night's All-Star game to start the sixth inning with the National League trailing the American League 2-0 at New York's Citi Field. The 20-year-old Cuban defector exited after retiring the NL in order, including two strikeouts....
MIAMI -- Former Florida Marlins closer Bryan Harvey remembers the team's teal caps, the franchise's first game and a nightmarish June night for the Joe Robbie Stadium grounds crew.
Atop Harvey's memories of 1993 is his joining Gary Sheffield in being the Marlins' first All-Stars.
"Representing the expansion team and being one of the original guys was pretty...
The Miami Marlins have cleared outfielder Chris Coghlan to
resume baseball-related activities, according to Joe Morgan of MLB.com. While this
is a step in the right direction, there still isn’t a timetable for Coghlan’s
return, as manager Mike Redmond told reporters that the Marlins are prepared to
take things slow with the former Rookie of the Year.
Giancarlo Stanton did that.
Jose Fernandez, thoughts?
The Miami Marlins have optioned left-handed reliever/starter Duane Below to their Triple-A New Orleans minor league club. Posting a 2.39 earned run average for AAA this season, he had been recently recalled to the majors but failed to make an appearance.
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The Miami Marlins have placed right-handed reliever Chad Qualls on the paternity list in expectations of the birth of his child. Qualls has been outstanding this season in 27 appearances, tossing a 2.89 earned run average. Qualls should be back soon after the All-Star break.
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MIAMI (AP) -- Giancarlo Stanton homered leading off the ninth inning to tie it and Ed Lucas beat out double-play relay in the 10th to lift the Miami Marlins over the Washington Nationals 2-1 on Saturday night.
Stanton connected against Rafael Soriano to make it 1-all.
Steve Cishek (3-4) struck out Scott Hairston and Ryan Zimmerman with runners on second and third to end the Washington...
With just a record of 35-58, the Miami Marlins did not have the best first half of the season. Heading into the All-Star break however, the Marlins have won 22 of their last 39 games. With 71 games remaining, here is a look back at the top 10 moments of the first half of the [...]
MIAMI (AP) -- Denard Span had three hits, including a tiebreaking two-out RBI double in the 10th inning, and the Washington Nationals beat the Miami Marlins 5-2 Sunday.
Span was dropped from the top spot in the order for the first time this season, and he responded with three hits in the No. 7 position. He snapped a 1-for-20 slump with a two-out RBI double in the second inning,...