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  • Giants' Cain makes season debut Thursday; Lincecum headed to DL

    MIAMI The Giants reconfigured their bench prior to Tuesday's game when they waved goodbye to Casey McGehee and brought up Ehire Adrianza from Triple-A Sacramento.
  • Fernandez will be a show; can he be Marlins' savior?

    Fernandez will be a show; can he be Marlins' savior?
    Ah, the curse of best-laid plans. The train wreck known as the Miami Marlins is the poster child of how a grand scheme can inexplicably go awry. The only aspect of the blueprint for this season that has materialized as drawn up is arriving right on...

    Hyde5: Stanton out 4-6 weeks -- and what it means for Marlins

    Hyde5:  Stanton out 4-6 weeks -- and what it means for Marlins
    Just as the Marlins are about to welcome back their pitcher of the franchise in Jose Fernandez, they lost the face of the franchise - and maybe all of baseball -when Giancarlo Stanton broke his hand while batting Friday night, the Sun-Sentinel has...

    Marlins' Fernandez feels ready, but will adhere to rehab plan

    Marlins' Fernandez feels ready, but will adhere to rehab plan
    Jose Fernandez looked ready for prime time in his most recent rehab start. He dominated in a seven-inning outing Monday for Class A Jupiter. He threw 90 pitches, utlizing his full repertoire. He struck out nine. So what’s to be gained Saturday...

    Marlins' Fernandez throws 90 pitches in longest rehab start

    Marlins' Fernandez throws 90 pitches in longest rehab start
    Jose Fernandez left the field after seven innings, then said two very important words before he entered the Jupiter Hammerheads' clubhouse to prepare for the quick drive back to Miami. "No pain," he said. For the Miami Marlins, there could be no better...