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  • Nationals stifle Marlins for second time in three games

    Nationals stifle Marlins for second time in three games
    As manager Mike Redmond has pointed out, it seems every team every season has that one pitcher who doesn't get any run support. Nathan Eovaldi has been that guy not just in 2014, but pretty much since he joined the Marlins midway through 2012. Eovaldi...
  • Resilient Marlins come from behind twice to beat Mets

    NEW YORK – Manager Mike Redmond throughout the season has praised his team's resiliency. It was tested again Monday. Fresh off a four-run ninth to deny the Phillies a sweep Sunday, the Marlins on Monday at Citi Field found themselves rebounded...
  • Two first-inning runs hold up as Phillies nip Marlins, clinch series

    PHILADELPHIA – Nobody is going to mistake Garrett Jones – Saturday's starting right fielder – for Giancarlo Stanton. Yet Jones did a viable impression of the Marlins' sidelined slugger. Making his first outfield start since last Sept....
  • Marlins notes: Fresh off Southern League title run, Realmuto back in majors

    Marlins notes: Fresh off Southern League title run, Realmuto back in majors
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  • Braves' Gattis topples Marlins with solo homer -- again

    MIAMI For the second time in less than a week, starters Nathan Eovaldi and Alex Wood opposed one another. And for the second time in less than a week, an Evan Gattis solo homer decided the outcome. Gattis' blast off Eovaldi last Sunday at Turner Field...
  • Marlins fall behind early, can't recover in rubber game loss to Rockies

    Marlins fall behind early, can't recover in rubber game loss to Rockies
    If ever the Marlins needed a game that didn't require an immediate shift into catch-up mode, Sunday was it. Coming off a 13-inning loss but still poised for a series win, the Marlins fell behind 3-0 and couldn't overtake the Rockies. Owners of the...
  • Alvarez's evolution buoys Marlins' playoff hopes

    If asked before the season which Marlins' starter would be an All-Star and in mid-August be sitting on nine wins and a 2.43 ERA, Jose Fernandez would have been the most reasonable guess. The staff ace and the trendy pick to win the National League Cy...
  • Five D'backs errors equals one Marlins' win

    Five D'backs errors equals one Marlins' win
    MIAMI Somehow, the Marlins watched the Diamondbacks commit three second-inning errors Saturday and failed to score. They weren't going to let them get away with another bumbling inning unscathed. Errors four and five came in the seventh and...
  • Jones gets rare lefty-on-lefty extra-base hit off Chapman

    CINCINNATI Per Garrett Jones' characterization, he "got a little piece of it." That's really all you need to hit an Aroldis Chapman fastball off the wall for a double. Before his ninth inning at-bat Saturday, the left-handed hitting Jones was 0 for 7...
  • Miami Marlins: Throw overs yield another key out for Steve Cishek

    For the second time in roughly three weeks, closer Steve Cishek’s ability to keep a baserunner close yielded a big out. After Chris Heisey opened the ninth Saturday with a single, manager Mike Redmond called for a throw over to first before...
  • Yelich RBI-single gives Marlins walk-off win

    Yelich RBI-single gives Marlins walk-off win
    MIAMI On hand to bless the pups during a Bark at the Park event in 2004, Father Joe Spina of the St. Francis Friary in Oakland Park received a request from former manager Jack McKeon. His team in a bit of an offensive dry spell, McKeon before the game...