Marlins farmhand suspended for breaking teammate's jaw

There appears to be a bit of unrest within the clubhouse of the New Orleans Zephyrs. The Zephyrs — the Triple-A affiliate of the Miami Marlins — recently were without two of their relief pitchers after one, Sam Dyson, suffered a broken jaw in a bar fight and another, Chris Hatcher, was suspended five games for his involvement in said fight. The fight took place April 29 at a Nashville...
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Miami Marlins: First place Fish open road trip in San Diego

Henderson Alvarez has thrown three shutouts in his last eight starts. Marlins begin 11-game road trip against Padres The Miami Marlins completed an 8-1 homestand on Wednesday with a sweep of the New York Mets. Over Miami’s last four games (all wins), the Fish have notched three walk-off victories. On Wednesday, Marcell Ozuna’s sacrifice fly scored Giancarlo Stanton in the bottom...
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Video: Marlins ball boy dives into stands to catch foul ball

Somebody give this guy a contract.During the third inning of Wednesday's Marlins-Mets game, Ruben Tejada hit a shot foul down the third base line that appeared to be heading into the stands. The Marlins ball boy had other ideas and wound up making a catch worthy of YouTube and SportsCenter greatness. Well, he almost made the catch.The ball boy's name is Trevor Takasc and...
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WATCH: Marlins ball boy goes over fence to make great catch

The Marlins ball boy made the 'catch of the year' today during Miami's game against the Mets. Your browser does not support iframes.MIA downs the NYM 1-0.Follow us on Twitter, Subscribe by Email, View via Our Mobile Site, or Return Home
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The Absolutely Fascinating Henderson Alvarez

Henderson Alvarez isn’t the best starter on the Marlins, obviously. He isn’t the second-best either, unless you really dislike Nathan Eovaldi. Tom Koehler has his supporters, and a lower ERA. Andrew Heaney is coming, and so is Justin Nicolino. If you’re looking for young pitching, the Marlins have lots of it, some younger than Alvarez, […]
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Miami Marlins: Early turnaround simply remarkable

Mike Redmond’s Marlins are one of baseball’s early surprises. (Frank Couts) Marlins’ hot start a complete team effort While it’s still the first week of May, the Miami Marlins can move into first place in the National League East with a win on Wednesday and some help from the St. Louis Cardinals. After losing 100 games for just the second time in franchise history last...
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Marlins release Greg Dobbs, flush away $1.7 million

Back in September the Marlins signed Greg Dobbs to a one-year, $1.7 million contract extension that had people like me shaking their heads and now today they released the 35-year-old bench bat. Dobbs had a grand total of 13 plate appearances this season, which means the Marlins a) completely changed their opinion of him in what would be three games worth of playing time for a starting...
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Marlins rally to another walk-off win

The eighth inning has frequently been the Marlins' downfall this season. They turned it into an awakening Monday in rallying from a three-run deficit. For the second day in a row the ninth inning was magical for Miami. This time the walk-off heroics were provided by Casey McGehee, whose single off the leg of Mets reliever Gonzalez Germen sent Christian Yelich scampering home...
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Marlins' Rafael Furcal suffers injury setback during rehab stint

The Miami Marlins had initially planned to have Rafael Furcal fill in the second base position instead of incumbent candidates Donovan Solano, Derek Dietrich, or Ed Lucas. But so far in 2014, that plan has yet to come to fruition, as Furcal suffered a hamstring injury during Spring Training and was forced onto the disabled list to start the year. Towards the end of April, however...
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Miami Marlins: Fish look to stay hot vs. Mets

Miami Marlins’ outfielder Giancarlo Stanton leads the National League in home runs. (Alan Tompas) Marlins close homestand with three against the New York Mets After taking two of three games from the Los Angeles Dodgers, the Miami Marlins have already clinched a winning homestand. Miami is 5-1 on what will be a nine-game homestand as they get set to host the New York Mets for...
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Marlins celebrate after making most of second chances

MIAMI -- A noticeable buzz surrounded Marlins Park for Sunday afternoon's series finale between the Dodgers and Marlins. Why? For #JoseDay, of course. Even after ace Jose Fernandez wasn't his typical dominant self and A.J. Ramos blew a save opportunity, this was a game about second chances. Jeff Baker, who couldn't drive in an insurance run as a pinch-hitter in the seventh...
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Miami Marlins Youth Showing Promise After Strong First Month

The disappointments from the 2012 season still leave a bitter taste in Miami Marlins fans’ mouths. They were left with the saddened realization that money can’t always buy wins. Proven veterans couldn’t win games in a new, beautiful stadium and Miami seemed doomed to live with the 2012 debacle for at least half a decade. Credit the front office though, as just two seasons...
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Notebook: Yelich breaks HR drought

MIAMI -- A makeshift Giancarlo Stanton mask made its way onto the field during Marlins batting practice before Wednesday's game. Christian Yelich was one of Stanton's teammates to try it on. Hours later during the fourth inning, Yelich blasted a 1-0 fastball from righty Aaron Harang over the right-center wall for a two-run homer -- his first of the season. Coincidence? &...
Via Fox Sports Florida
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What a difference: Marlins showing growth in season's first month

MIAMI -- A year go, Marlins third baseman Casey McGehee was playing in Japan. Left fielder Christian Yelich was still months away from his major-league debut. Right-hander Nathan Eovaldi was on the disabled list and had to watch games from the dugout. Though the Miami Miami find themselves once again last in the National League East with one month of the season completed, there is...
Via Fox Sports Florida
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Jose Fernandez fakes out Tyler Pastornicky, gets out at home

Miami Marlins starting pitcher Jose Fernandez looked like a savvy veteran when he got out of a jam in the third inning against the Atlanta Braves on Tuesday night. With two out and runners on second and third, Braves third baseman Ramiro Pena hit a slow roller down the third base line. Fernandez was the only […]
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