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  • Hyde: Stanton's injury turns disappointing year to depressing

    Hyde: Stanton's injury turns disappointing year to depressing
    There's just one word for the Marlins season now that Giancarlo Stanton is out with a broken bone in his hand: Depressing. You hate to use that word before July even arrives. And the Marlins tried, bravely and professionally, to face Saturday's news....
  • Someten a los Dodgers

    Someten a los Dodgers
    Christian  Yelich pegó cuatro hits en victoria de los Marlins sobre los Dodgers de Los Ángeles... Tom Koehler lanzó siete innings y Miami derrotó el sábado 3-2 a Clayton Kershaw y a los Dodgers en el primer partido de los Marlins desde que Giancarlo...
  • Hyde5: How could Pat Riley surprise in Heat's draft?

    Hyde5: How could Pat Riley surprise in Heat's draft?
    Pat Riley doesn’t like rookies and he doesn’t always do the expected. His body of work shows so. The Heat’s ability to go out and get veterans through free agency is the driving philosophical force of his two decades in Miami. And he...
  • Nicolino aims to show he belongs in Marlins' rotation

    Nicolino aims to show he belongs in Marlins' rotation
    What began as a fill-in opportunity has turned into an extended audition for Justin Nicolino to make a case for sticking in the Miami Marlins' crowded starting rotation. The club's No. 3 prospect will have a chance to show his eye-opening debut was...
  • Friday: Dodgers at Marlins, 7:10 p.m.

    Friday: Dodgers at Marlins, 7:10 p.m.
    Dodgers at Marlins When/where: Friday, 7:10 p.m., Marlins Park, Miami On the mound LHP Justin Nicolino (1-0, 0.00) vs. LHP Brett Anderson (3-4, 3.29): Nicolino was called up to fill in for Tom Koehler and became the first Marlin to toss seven...
  • Marlins' bats stay silent as Cardinals sweep up

    Marlins' bats stay silent as Cardinals sweep up
    Maybe it's time for the Marlins to burn their bats. Or have them exorcised. Because their hitters, aside from Giancarlo Stanton, haven't exercised the lumber much lately. In losing the first two games against the Cardinals this week they scored four...
  • 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...
  • Preview: Dodgers at Marlins, Saturday 4:10 p.m.

    Dodgers at Marlins When/where: 4:10 p.m., Marlins Stadium On the mound RHP Tom Koehler (5-4, 3.76) vs. LHP Clayton Kershaw (5-5, 3.33): Koehler went six innings and struck out five in an earlier appearance against the Dodgers. For his career, he is 1-2...
  • Fernandez's return won't matter if Marlins don't hit

    Fernandez's return won't matter if Marlins don't hit
    Optimism should be on the rise for the Miami Marlins as they begin a nine-game homestand Tuesday that will culminate with the much-anticipated return of ace pitcher Jose Fernandez. The outlook has been brightening for a starting staff that has been...
  • Tuesday: Cardinals at Marlins, 7:10 p.m.

    Tuesday: Cardinals at Marlins, 7:10 p.m.
    Cardinals at Marlins When/where: Tuesday, 7:10 p.m., Marlins Park, Miami On the mound RHP Jose Ureña (1-3, 4.18) vs. RHP Carlos Martinez (7-3, 2.80): Urena has allowed two or fewer runs in his past three starts and has gone at least six innings with...
  • 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...