4/23/2015 | Phelps' seven scoreless a big boost for Marlins
With a chance to secure a series win at Citizens Bank Park on Sunday, the Marlins needed a quality start from David Phelps. More to the point, with a bullpen that has struggled and an offense that has been a bit unlucky, Phelps needed to have a game in which he kept the Marlins close.
4/23/2015 | Prado provides clutch hits, helps out hot Hechavarria
After a slow start, not to mention a rough trip to Citi Field that resulted in a four-game sweep, the Marlins desperately needed their veteran leadership to calm the state of affairs. As a team, the Marlins are still very young, which puts more of an impetus on players with significant Major League time.
4/23/2015 | Zimm looks to get right vs. Latos, familiar Fish
The Nationals begin a 10-game road trip against a fellow National League East club they dominated last season. Washington won 13 of 19 against Miami en route to the claiming the division title.
4/23/2015 | Fernandez to become U.S. citizen in special ceremony
The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services will hold a special citizenship ceremony on Friday in which Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez and 140 South Florida residents will become citizens of the United States. Fernandez, a native of Cuba, will be a special keynote speaker during the event.
4/23/2015 | Realmuto could be Miami's long-term solution at catcher
J.T. Realmuto may well be the new full-time catcher for the Marlins. While he made his debut with the club at the age of 23 on June 5, 2014, Realmuto's recent promotion to the big leagues on April 13 could change the look of Miami's catching corps.
4/23/2015 | Marlins finish off Phillies, series win with rout
The Marlins opened their three-game series this week against the Phillies at Citizens Bank Park with manager Mike Redmond answering questions about his job. They finished it Thursday with a 9-1 victory to win the series and end a 10-game road trip with a little momentum on their side.
4/23/2015 | Out in a flash: Stanton hits laser shot to left
Giancarlo Stanton's homer to left field in Miami's 9-1 win Thursday, low and hot into a stiff breeze, traveled an estimated 366 feet. But Statcast tracked its exit velocity at 118.5 mph, which makes it the fastest exit velocity on any home run that Statcast has tracked this year. Also, the ball was never more than 35 feet off the ground.
4/22/2015 | Birthday boy Gordon pressures Phillies into gift runs
The Marlins hadn't caught many breaks over a five-game losing streak, so on a night they desperately needed a win, the best thing to do was create their own breaks. Considering it was his 27th birthday, who better to create the very situations the team needed than Dee Gordon?
4/22/2015 | Former relievers start Marlins-Phillies rubber game
The Marlins and Phillies will complete a three-game series at Citizens Bank Park on Thursday with a pair of pitchers who opened the season in the bullpen. Miami will go with right-hander David Phelps, while Philadelphia will counter with a spot start for right-hander Dustin McGowan.
4/22/2015 | Yelich sits again; status remains uncertain
There was no official word needed on Christian Yelich's status for Wednesday night's game against the Phillies. The 23-year old Marlins left fielder sat at a table in the front of the visitors' clubhouse at Citizens Bank Park and looked over a newspaper. Down the hall in the batting cage, his teammates prepared for the game -- something Yelich would not be a part of due to a tight back.
4/22/2015 | Mr. Marlin, Stanton among Franchise Four vote leaders
Which four players best represent the Miami Marlins? It's an interesting question being kicked around by Major League Baseball in Franchise Four voting, and fans will have a chance to choose which four faces best exemplify the team over its history. So far, Jeff Conine, Giancarlo Stanton, Mike Lowell and Gary Sheffield sit atop Miami's Mount Rushmore.
4/21/2015 | Marlins lacking relief, especially when game's close
The Marlins have already lost four one-run games, and in the end, the biggest issue through the first three weeks of the season has been a bullpen that has struggled pretty much from top to bottom.
4/21/2015 | Hamels hopes to limit homers vs. slumping Fish
The Marlins will send right-hander Jarred Cosart to the mound against Phillies ace Cole Hamels on Wednesday night in the second game of a three-game series at Citizens Bank Park. Each pitcher will be looking for his first win.
4/21/2015 | Howard, Phillies power up, rally past Marlins
The Phillies struck first Tuesday night with a 7-3 victory. Ryan Howard hit a two-out, two-run home run to center field in the sixth inning to hand the Phillies a one-run lead. It was Howard's first home run of the season. He followed Freddy Galvis' two-run homer in the second and preceded Ben Revere's two-run triple in the seventh as the Phillies scored a season-high seven runs.
4/21/2015 | Statcast top speed: Gordon vs. Hamilton vs. Trout
Cincinnati center fielder Billy Hamilton, Miami second baseman Dee Gordon and Angels center fielder Mike Trout are widely considered three of the main contenders for this unofficial crown, and with the advent of Statcast technology, it's easier than ever to determine who is the fleetest of foot. Recent stolen bases by the three players were dissected by Statcast and analyzed by MLB Network's Bill Ripken, and the findings were eye-opening.
4/21/2015 | Stanton belts one into visitors' bullpen in Philly
With the Marlins down a pair of runs to the Phillies in the fourth inning of Tuesday night's 7-3 loss, right fielder Giancarlo Stanton mashed a 449-foot solo homer into the visitors' bullpen -- which is above the home bullpen -- at Citizens Bank Park.
4/21/2015 | Yelich a late scratch as back stiffness returns
Christian Yelich was a late scratch from Tuesday night's lineup due to stiffness in his back. The Marlins left fielder, who has hit just .200 through the first 13 games of the season, was originally slated to hit fifth for the first time before being removed from the lineup.
4/21/2015 | Redmond meets with owner Loria, GM Jennings
Just after 4:30 p.m. ET on Tuesday, Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria walked through the visitors clubhouse at Citizens Bank Park and strolled directly to manager Mike Redmond's office. A few minutes later, general manager Dan Jennings joined the two -- as well as former Major League player Marlon Anderson -- and what was said after the door closed was kept private.
4/21/2015 | Marlins add Masset to bullpen, option prospect Urena
The Marlins optioned right-handed pitcher Jose Urena to Triple-A New Orleans on Tuesday and selected the contract of right-handed pitcher Nick Masset.
4/21/2015 | 'Fastball' searches for the game's all-time top speed
It's a question every baseball fan has asked, an argument every baseball fan has had: Who threw the hardest ever? The new baseball documentary "Fastball," which premiered Monday night at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City, made an attempt to answer that question.
4/19/2015 | Realmuto puts athleticism on display against Mets
J.T. Realmuto was involved in a bit of everything on Sunday afternoon. The 24-year-old catcher had a single, sacrifice fly, scored on a wild pitch, and drove in another run on a fielder's choice grounder to third.
4/19/2015 | Slumping Yelich still searching for answers at plate
If there has been a time Christian Yelich has felt this out of whack at the plate, he can't remember. Right now the swing isn't right, and the 23-year-old is searching for answers.
4/19/2015 | Koehler shocked by sudden stumble in outing
For three innings, everything was moving along so smoothly for Tom Koehler in what was shaping up as a strong pitching matchup with Matt Harvey. Then, the second time through the order, things collapsed quickly for the Marlins right-hander.
4/19/2015 | Marlins, Phillies open series seeking turnarounds
The Marlins and Phillies will open a three-game series Tuesday night at Citizens Bank Park with both sides looking for a much-needed win. Dan Haren gets the starting nod for Miami, and fellow right-hander Jerome Williams takes the mound for Philadelphia.
4/19/2015 | Mets' offense breaks out to tally eighth straight win
Nothing going for them off Tom Koehler for three innings, no worries. The Mets continue to find a way, and they did it once again on Sunday -- breaking through for seven runs in the fourth inning.
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