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WATCH: Steven Souza saves no-hitter with amazing catch

Jordan Zimmerman owes Steven Souza a drink. Zimmerman, a pitcher for the Washington Nationals, was one out away from his first career no-hitter Sunday when Miami Marlins outfielder Christian Yelich lifted a fly ball to deep left field. The ball looked like it would find the turf, ending Zimmerman’s bid, but Souza sprinted back, laid out and made an incredible catch to end the...
Via NESN.com
September 28, 2014  |  Discuss

What Christian Yelich Hasn’t Done Once

I’m not gonna lie to you — there are a lot of things Christian Yelich hasn’t done once. Uncountable things. Infinite things. He hasn’t eclipsed 20 home runs in a season. He hasn’t hit a triple on the road. He hasn’t signed an eight-figure contract. He hasn’t grown to six and a half feet tall. […]
Via Fangraphs
August 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Marlins notes: Christian Yelich returns from DL, plays against Athletics

MIAMI -- As expected, Miami Marlins outfielder Christian Yelich came off the 15-day disabled list for Sunday's series finale against the Oakland Athletics. Yelich, who exited after one inning June 13 against the Pittsburgh Pirates, felt discomfort in his lower back and sat out a few days before going on the DL. Sunday marked the first game he was eligible to return. The 22-year...
Via Fox Sports Florida
June 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Marlins Injury Update: Christian Yelich set to be activated Sunday

The Miami Marlins lost in the 14th inning last night to the Philadelphia Phillies by the score of 5-3. Chase Utley hit a walk-off home run off Chris Hatcher, who took the loss. The Marlins lost despite home runs from Jarrod Saltalamacchia, Giancarlo Stanton and Marcell Ozuna. With the bad news of the loss comes some good news on the injury front, as left fielder Christian Yelich...
Via Sports Injury Alert
June 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Marlins Injury Update: Christian Yelich exits with back tightness

Miami Marlins outfielder Christian Yelich left last night's extra-innings loss to the Pittsburgh Pirates after experiencing back tightness. MLB.com's Joe Frisaro tweeted that the diagnosis is a lower back strain:Just announced Yelich has a lower back strain #Marlins #Pirates— Joe Frisaro (@JoeFrisaro) June 13, 2014According to Juan C. Rodriguez of the Sun Sentinel, Yelich...
Via Sports Injury Alert
June 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Marlins' Christian Yelich leaves game vs. Pirates with lower back strain

MIAMI -- Miami Marlins left fielder Christian Yelich exited Friday night's game against the Pittsburgh Pirates with a lower back strain and is listed as day-to-day. Yelich appeared to aggravate it while running out his grounder to short in the first inning. He was shown rubbing his lower back in the dugout before being tended to by training staff. Reed Johnson entered as a defensive...
Via Fox Sports Florida
June 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Christian Yelich's first walk-off helps Marlins salvage game against Phillies

MIAMI -- Miami Marlins center fielder Marcell Ozuna stood 90 feet from home as the game-winning run with the bases loaded and two outs in the ninth inning. Teammate Christian Yelich, who had been held hitless in his previous four at-bats, faced a difficult lefty-lefty matchup with Philadelphia Phillies reliever Jake Diekman. "I just think, 'Don't leave me here,'...
Via Fox Sports Florida
May 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Notebook: Sweet swing helping Christian Yelich bounce back from slump

PHILADELPHIA -- Marlins left fielder Christian Yelich earned a reputation over the years for his consistent and easy swing. From high school to the minors to last season's stint in the majors, Yelich hit .275 or better. So when he opened the 2014 season 2 for 14 with just one RBI, Yelich didn't panic. The left-handed hitter faced three southpaw starters and would even sit...
Via Fox Sports Florida
April 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Player Profile #133: Christian Yelich | OF | MIA

In late July of 2013 the Marlins promoted Christian Yelich, who many considered to be their top hitting prospect, to the big leagues. Yelich was a first round pick in the 2010 amateur draft, and after 4 minor league seasons between rookie ball and AA the Marlins had seen enough to believe the 21 year old’s “prettiest swing in the minors” (according to Keith Law) could hold...
Via Baseball Professor
January 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Christian Yelich, 2014 Fantasy Sleeper

There's a benefit to playing for the Marlins besides learning the value of having to buy your own equipment and refreshments. "Guys, money's tight, you're gonna have to bring your own Gatorade from now on." That's a Marlins exec on the first day of the spring. The other benefit is the Marlins don't care what the hell you do as long as you're playing...
Via Razzball
January 10, 2014  |  Discuss
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