Marlins Rumors & News

  • Nationals' Jordan Zimmermann no-hits Marlins

    CBSSports.com "Nationals right-hander Jordan Zimmermann pitched a no-hitter against the Marlins on Sunday (WAS 1, MIA 0). It was the first no-hitter in Washington Nationals history and fifth in Nationals/Expos franchise history. Zimmermann's was also the fifth no-hitter of 2014. On the day, Zimmermann struck..." September 29

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    clarkspencer @clarkspencer

    #Marlins extend manager Mike Redmond through the 2017 season.

  • Nats 5, Marlins 1

    CSN Washington "The truck keeps rolling along, no matter what's at stake right now. The Nationals could've taken Saturday off but instead went out and put forth another impressive effort to beat the Marlins and improve to 32-13 down the stretch, with one game to go on the regular-season slate. It certainly..." September 28

  • Marlins ride late-arriving offense to doubleheader split over Nationals

    Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "The Marlins totaled more than two games worth of hits Friday. That wasn't altogether unexpected, considering they played the Nationals twice. The peculiar part was the distribution. After Doug Fister tossed a three-hit shutout in the matinee, the Marlins exploded for a season-high 22 under the..." September 27

  • Nats lock up home-field advantage through NLCS with win over Marlins

    CSN Washington "For the second time in three years, no team in the National League will finish with a better record than the Nationals. Thanks to Doug Fister’s 4-0 shutout victory over the Marlins in the first half of Friday’s day-night doubleheader, the Nationals locked up home-field advantage through the..." September 27

  • Casey McGehee helps Miami Marlins rally past Philadelphia Phillies in home finale

    Miami Herald "The Marlins made it a habit all season of waiting until late in the game to get their offense rolling. So it was only fitting they wrapped up their third season in their new ballpark Thursday by waiting until the seventh inning to rally past the last-place Philadelphia Phillies. Helped along..." September 26

  • Report: Marlins plan to offer Giancarlo Stanton multi year deal

    Sports Glory "The Miami Marlins are planning to offer franchise corner stone Giancarlo Stanton a multi-year contract this offseason, according to ESPN and the Associated Press. On September 11, Stanton was hit in the face by a pitch in Milwaukee. Stanton suffered fractures in his face, and the incident ended..." September 26

  • Kendrick beats Marlins in what could be his Phillies finale

    Philly.com "When the Phillies summoned Kyle Kendrick from double-A Reading to replace Freddy Garcia in the rotation, the 22-year-old rookie was a stopgap and nothing more. That was 2007. Kendrick wore Curt Schilling's No. 38. "Kid" is how Charlie Manuel addressed him. "He actually did a little better than..." September 25

  • Marlins top Phillies, ensure winning home record

    Miami Herald "Marlins Park hasn’t been especially kind to the team that bears its name. Since the ballpark’s opening in 2012, the Marlins have lost more games there than they have won. By defeating the Phillies 2-0 on Tuesday, though, the Marlins guaranteed their first winning season in their home..." September 24

  • Marlins ace Fernandez cleared to begin throwing program in October

    Fox Sports Florida "Miami Marlins ace Jose Fernandez, wearing his white home uniform for team photos Friday at Marlins Park, flashed his mega-watt smile with good news he received from his cross-country trip. After meeting with Dr. Neal ElAttrache in Los Angeles on Thursday, he returned to South Florida with..." September 23

  • Fister, Nats do enough right to get by Marlins

    CSN Washington "With Adam LaRoche back in the lineup and Ryan Zimmerman back in the dugout, the Nationals looked complete as a ballclub for this game. And though they didn't necessarily play their best game of the last week, they still managed to do enough right to improve to 7-2 on this final road trip of the..." September 20

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    Joe Frisaro @JoeFrisaro

    Bryan Morris being shut down due to left groin #Marlins

  • Marlins defeat Mets, end long road trip 5-5

    Miami Herald "They saw Giancarlo Stanton crumble to the ground in Milwaukee, lost for the season in a horrific scene. They barely won their only game in Philadelphia, prompting Phillies closer Jonathan Papelbon to grab his crotch in a lewd manner as he walked off the field. They were eliminated from the..." September 18

  • Marlins likely to announce that Stanton out for season

    Covers.com "The Miami Marlins have a Giancarlo Stanton jersey hanging in their dugout during every game. Unfortunately for the Marlins, that appears to be as close as they will get to re-uniting with Stanton this season. Stanton visited with doctors all day Tuesday, five days after he suffered facial..." September 17

  • Wilmer Flores heats up with six RBI, two home runs as Mets crush Marlins 9-1

    New York Daily News "One of the big questions for the Mets’ coming offseason is how they will fill the shortstop spot. Here in the final days of the season, Wilmer Flores has started to make a case for himself. He continued to be the hottest hitter on the roster Tuesday night with two home runs and six RBI and the..." September 17

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    Joe Frisaro @JoeFrisaro

    #Marlins manager Mike Redmond confirms Stanton is being shut down

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    clarkspencer @clarkspencer

    #marlins to have official statement on Stanton tomorrow. But as far as returning this season, Redmond said it's "not looking good."

  • 14d
    Joe Capozzi @joecapMARLINS

    Giancarlo Stanton shows off his wounds! #marlins giancarlo818's photo http://t.co/BqM79WvhFr

  • Marlins rally in the 9th to beat Phillies, snap 4-game skid

    Miami Herald "After going through a tough time emotionally, the Marlins badly needed a reason to smile. They had watched their best player felled by a pitch to the face, had lost four in a row, and were down 4-1 in the ninth on Sunday to the Phillies. And then it happened. The Marlins rallied for four..." September 15

  • Instant Replay: Phillies 2, Marlins 1

    CSN Philly "In what may have been his final start as a Phillie at Citizens Bank Park, Kyle Kendrick picked up his team-high ninth win in leading his club to a 2-1 victory over the Miami Marlins Saturday night. Kendrick, who will be a free agent at season’s end, lines up to make two more starts, both on the..." September 14

  • Phillies top Marlins on Cody Asche's walk-off HR

    CSN Philly "Cody Asche is not going down without fight. That was the message Asche sent with his play on Friday night. Thrust into the background the last couple of weeks as golden prospect Maikel Franco has come up from the minors and shined at third base, Asche was the standout in the Phillies’ 3-1..." September 13

  • Marlins: Mike Fiers remorseful

    ESPN.com "The Miami Marlins are united in their belief that Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Mike Fiers did not intend to hit Giancarlo Stanton in the face with an 88 mph fastball Thursday night, and they're convinced that he is sincerely remorseful over the misplaced pitch. But they're having a harder time..." September 13

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    Jeff Passan @JeffPassan

    Tooth lodged in cheek. Hole in lip so big doc's index finger fit in it. And get this: Giancarlo Stanton still wants to return this season.

  • Brewers outlast Marlins in wild affair

    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "The Milwaukee Brewers were pleased to finally win two games in a row but wished it had happened under different circumstances. In a game marred by Miami slugger Giancarlo Stanton getting hit in the face by a fastball from Mike Fiers, the Brewers finally followed one victory with another..." September 12

  • Giancarlo Stanton hit in face with pitch, suffers fractures and dental damage

    Yahoo! Sports "In a sickening scene, Giancarlo Stanton of the Miami Marlins slumped to the ground after right-hander Mike Fiers of the Milwaukee Brewers hit him in the face with a fastball in the top of the fifth inning Thursday night. After medical staff attended Stanton on the ground for nearly five minutes,..." September 12

  • Peralta stifles Fish as Brewers beat Marlins, 4-1

    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Needing a strong start in the worst way, the Milwaukee Brewers got exactly that from Wily Peralta on Wednesday night. The big right-hander allowed just one run over 6 2/3 innings and also drove in the first run of the night with a sacrifice fly in sparking a 4-1 victory over the Miami Marlins..." September 11

  • Giancarlo Stanton awaits MVP fate, huge offer from Marlins

    USA Today "The Miami Marlins, perhaps more famous for their fire sales than World Series championships, with baseball's lowest payroll, intend to dramatically change their image this winter. The Marlins have plans. Yes, expensive plans. The Marlins plan to offer MVP candidate Giancarlo Stanton the..." September 10

  • Marlins play long ball in win over Brewers

    Miami Herald "Marcell Ozuna put a dent in the the scoreboard. Giancarlo Stanton put one in the record books. It was a home run party for the Marlins on Monday at Miller Park, where the blasts were both deep and profound as Miami kept its faint playoff hopes alive with a 6-4 win over the Brewers. With a..." September 09

  • Hand shines as Marlins blank Braves for series win

    Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "For the fifth time in as many series, the Marlins entered Sunday a rubber-game victory away from winning two of three. To give the coming four-game set in Milwaukee added relevance, the Marlins needed to end their run of four consecutive rubber-game losses, and they did just that against one of..." September 08

  • Gattis homers for Braves in 10th for 4-3 win over Marlins

    Atlanta Journal-Constitution "A 32-second review turned a triple into a game-winning homer for Evan Gattis in the 10th inning Saturday, as the Braves pulled out a 4-3 win that featured a couple of overturned calls that went to Atlanta in the last two innings. Gattis led off the 10th inning against Miami with a fly ball..." September 07

  • Marlins thump Braves in latest series-opening win

    Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "If the Marlins could somehow convince themselves each of their remaining 23 games is a series opener, the postseason wouldn't seem like such a long shot. Friday, the Marlins for the ninth time in their last 10 series commenced with a win. The Braves, the only team since Aug. 1 to take a series..." September 06

  • Mets 4, Marlins 3—Mets manage to hold on in Miami

    Amazin' Avenue "The Mets, despite going 1-for-11 with runners in scoring position, beat the Marlins 4-3 tonight in Miami. Marlins pitcher Tom Koehler held the Mets in check for most of the game. His one miscue came in the top of the fourth, when Kirk Nieuwenhuis's rocket of a two-run homer put the Mets on top..." September 04

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    Adam Rubin @AdamRubinESPN

    Henderson Alvarez departed with left oblique strain. #Mets #Marlins

  • Wood, Gattis lead Braves by Marlins, 1-0

    Atlanta Journal-Constitution "With a month left to find some entrance — back, front, hidden passage — to the playoffs, the Braves took a moment Sunday to do a little door-slamming of their own. In this season’s final Turner Field meeting with the nettlesome Miami Marlins, themselves wildcard campaigners, the Braves found..." September 01

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    Manny Navarro @Manny_Navarro

    #Marlins have traded minor league pitcher Chaz Roe to the #Yankees for cash considerations. He was 3-3 with a 3.66 ERA in Triple A

  • Cosart tosses another gem for Marlins with win over Braves

    Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Jarred Cosart hasn't merely been the Miami Marlins' best pitcher lately. He has kept their three-city trip from turning into a disaster. The right-hander, acquired from Houston in a trade-deadline deal, pitched the second of their three wins on the trip by shutting down the Braves for seven..." August 31

  • More heroics from Upton as Braves down Marlins

    Fox Sports "When starting pitcher Ervin Santana walked the bases loaded in the first inning, things didn't seem like they were going to go well for the Atlanta Braves. But Santana got out of that opening frame unscathed, and calmed down to hurl a good six innings of one-run baseball. The game was won in..." August 30

  • Angels Mash Miami in Anaheim

    Halos Heaven "The Angels took the third game of their final interleague series of the 2014 regular season by the score of 6-1 over the Miami Marlins. Starting Pitcher Hector Santiago was masterful over 5.2 Innings but once his pitch count went over 90 pitches and men got on base, the call for Kevin Jepsen..." August 28

  • Angels rookie Matt Shoemaker is something of a savior as they win, 8-2

    Los Angeles Times "It will be almost impossible for Matt Shoemaker to pry the American League rookie-of-the-year award from the meaty mitts of Chicago White Sox slugger Jose Abreu, who is hitting .308 with 33 homers and a league-leading 94 runs batted in. But the Angels right-hander with the thick, black beard..." August 27

  • Marlins' Stanton should be lock for NL MVP this year

    Arizona Republic "The football season is here, but I'm not done with baseball yet. Talking heads and basement bloggers still are trying to sell the UFC and MLS as a much more noble pursuit than Major League Baseball. Still not buying it. And the NFL preseason rehash, prehash, post-hash feels more like an..." August 27

  • Stanton on the Marlins: “Five months doesn’t change five years”

    Yahoo! Sports "The Miami Marlins are somewhat relevant, and not in that empty "spoiler" way, code for "Who cares, we're done." Few believed the Marlins would be so, and probably more than a few rooted against it, given the way the owner conducts his business. But, well, here they are, at .500 in late August,..." August 26

  • Stanton not only choice for Red Sox this Offseason

    Boston Herald "Four years ago, midway through his final spring training as manager of the Atlanta Braves, Bobby Cox stood on the field before a game and joked that the only times he ever regretted his decision to retire were when he watched Jason Heyward take batting practice. “It’s like, ‘What the..." August 25

  • Rockies top Marlins in thrilling extra inning win at Coors Field

    Denver Post "One hundred losses. It's baseball's version of The Scarlet Letter. In their first 21 seasons, the Rockies never suffered the ignominy of triple digits in the loss column. They came close in 2012, when they finished 64-98. Two seasons later, the specter hovers again. "It's extremely..." August 24

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    Ryan Divish @RyanDivish

    Logan Morrison is sick and out of the lineup. They may send him back to the hotel after he's checked out by doctors

  • Dyson has been source of relief for Marlins

    Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "The Marlins' blockbuster trade with the Blue Jays in November 2012, which featured the payroll purging of Jose Reyes, Mark Buehrle and Josh Johnson, yielded starting pitcher Henderson Alvarez and shortstop Adeiny Hechavarria among seven players. While Alvarez and Hechavarria have factored into..." August 23

  • Marlins get hits from eight players, RBI from six in win over Rockies

    Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "As any manager who's suffer through wild run-scoring games at Coors Field can attest, it's not the hits and homers that kill you. It's the walks. The Rockies won the home run battle 2-1 Friday, but they walked nine to the Marlins' two, helping the visitors to a 13-5 win to open the three-game..." August 23

  • Rangers ride early lead to win over Marlins

    Lone Star Ball "Celebrating a split in Miami Rangers 5, Marlins 4 The Rangers split their 2 game set in Miami. Yay? The Rangers actually have more wins on the road now than at home -- they are 26-39 on the road, 23-38 at home. Good job, Nick Martinez. Nick picked up his third win of the season with..." August 21

  • Stanton’s walk-off single leads Marlins to victory over Rangers

    Miami Herald "Giancarlo Stanton started his day at Marlins Park by getting doused by a fan with ice water to raise money for charity. He ended it Tuesday night by receiving a celebratory shower from his teammates. Stanton’s two-out line drive single to right field in the bottom of the 10th inning off..." August 20

  • Five D'backs errors equals one Marlins' win

    Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "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 contributed to the unearned run that proved the..." August 17

  • Marlins activate Henderson Alvarez from the disabled list

    Hardball Talk "Marlins right-hander Henderson Alvarez was placed on the disabled list at the end of July due to shoulder inflammation, but he ended up missing just two starts and will make his return tonight against the Diamondbacks. Alvarez ranks fifth in the National League with a 2.48 ERA across 22 starts..." August 16