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  • Power rankings: No. 15 Blue Jays

    Power rankings: No. 15 Blue Jays
    No. 15 Blue Jays: 16th in a series counting down to spring training. Next: Dodgers.
  • Henderson Alvarez y Ozuna brillan intensamente en triunfo de los Marlins sobre los Marineros,7-0 /FOTOS

    Henderson Alvarez y Ozuna brillan intensamente en triunfo de los  Marlins sobre los Marineros,7-0 /FOTOS
      El derecho venezolano Henderson Alvarez lanzó un partido completo permiento apenas dos imparables para conducir a los Marlins de Miami a un triunfo, 7-0, sobre los Marineros de Seattle el sábado en el Marlins Park. Ante 24,003 personas, Alvarez (1-...

    Marlins offer contracts to McGehee, five other arbitration eligibles

    Marlins offer contracts to McGehee, five other arbitration eligibles
    As expected, the Marlins offered contracts to all of their remaining 35 unsigned players on their 40-man roster, including six eligible for salary arbitration. Right-handers Nathan Eovaldi, Henderson Alvarez, Aaron Crow and Steve Cishek, left-hander...

    Comparing the Henderson Alvarez and Jordan Zimmermann no-hitters

    Comparing the Henderson Alvarez and Jordan Zimmermann no-hitters
    For the second time in as many seasons the Miami Marlins were involved in a season-ending no-hitter. Here's a side-by-side look at Henderson Alvarez's no-no against the Togers at Marlins Park in 2013 and Jordan Zimmermann's no-hitter Sunday at Nationals...

    Marlins: What went right, what didn't, and what's next?

    Marlins: What went right, what didn't, and what's next?
    The Marlins are not playing into October, which in the eyes of every front office constitutes failure. Yet President of Baseball Operations Michael Hill can take solace in that the team got better — a lot better. After losing 100 games in 2013...