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6/28/2015 | Rookie Urena maturing, minimizing damage

Sometimes issuing walks isn't necessarily a bad thing, and Jose Urena faced one of those situations in Miami's 2-0 loss to the Dodgers on Sunday at Marlins Park.


6/28/2015 | Stanton has surgery; Marlins confirm timeframe

Giancarlo Stanton had surgery performed on his left hand on Sunday, and the Marlins' All-Star right fielder is expected to miss 4-6 weeks.


6/28/2015 | Latos seeks better home results vs. Giants

The Giants send Ryan Vogelsong to the mound Tuesday to face off against the Marlins' Mat Latos, who has struggled mightily at home this year. Latos is 1-3 with a 7.60 ERA in 34 1/3 innings at Marlins Park in 2015.


6/28/2015 | ERA leader Greinke ends drought in Miami

The dry spell is finally over for Zack Greinke, who threw 7 2/3 scoreless innings in the Dodgers' 2-0 win over Miami on Sunday at Marlins Park. The victory was the All-Star's first since May 5, a span of 10 outings.


6/28/2015 | World Series hero Beckett honored in Miami

Josh Beckett, the 2003 World Series MVP, returned to his roots on Sunday as the Marlins honored the now retired right-hander from Texas at Marlins Park. Miami paid tribute with "Josh Beckett Appreciation Day," with the first 10,000 fans at the park receiving replica '03 championship rings.


6/27/2015 | Marlins amass enough offense to win without star

The Marlins scratched out just enough offense to hold on to a 3-2 win over the Dodgers at Marlins Park on Saturday, piecing together an improbable win against a National League Cy Young Award and MVP Award winner and one of the toughest teams in the NL on the day it was revealed Giancarlo Stanton will miss 4-6 weeks due to a broken hamate bone in his left hand.


6/27/2015 | Koehler seizes much-needed stopper role

Confronted with the news that All-Star right fielder Giancarlo Stanton could be out at least a month, and matched against Clayton Kershaw, Miami was staring at long odds. But Tom Koehler grinded his way through seven innings, giving up two runs in the Marlins' 3-2 win over the Dodgers at Marlins Park.


6/27/2015 | Stanton-less Fish edge Kershaw, sloppy Dodgers

With Giancarlo Stanton on the disabled list with a fractured left hand, the Marlins are searching for ways to manufacture runs. They capitalized on two errors Saturday, scoring two unearned runs, and edged the Dodgers, 3-2, at Marlins Park.


6/27/2015 | Streaking Greinke eyes Dodgers' help in Miami

Zack Greinke will try to build on his 13-inning scoreless streak in Sunday afternoon's rubber game in Miami, while the Dodgers hope to reward him. Meanwhile, the Marlins -- who send rookie Jose Urena to the mound -- have their own run-scoring issues to handle as they continue to adjust to life without slugger Giancarlo Stanton for likely at least the next month.


6/27/2015 | Could Stanton make quick recovery?

From personal experience, Marlins infielder Jeff Baker can relate to what Giancarlo Stanton is going through. Baker, who has had several hand/wrist procedures, broke the hamate bone in his left hand several years ago. Based on what he knows about the injury, he wouldn't be surprised if Stanton returns in less than a month.


6/27/2015 | Lessons learned for Nicolino, new reliever Cosart

For Justin Nicolino, Friday was a reminder that in the big leagues, you pay for your mistakes. For Jarred Cosart, the night was a first experience throwing out of the bullpen.


6/26/2015 | Stanton hurts hand on swings, will have X-ray

Marlins All-Star Giancarlo Stanton, who paces the Majors in home runs and RBIs, is dealing with pain in his left hand, and his status for Saturday's game against the Dodgers is uncertain.


6/26/2015 | Anderson K's 10 as Dodgers dominate Marlins

Dodgers lefty Brett Anderson, the Major League leader in inducing ground balls, lived up to his billing on Friday night, keeping the ball on the ground while also striking out a season-high 10 in seven innings of a 7-1 win over the Marlins.


6/26/2015 | Bitten by homer bug, Kershaw might dodge Stanton

While Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw has struggled with home runs this season, it appears the lefty might catch a break Saturday afternoon against the Marlins. Miami slugger Giancarlo Stanton -- the Major League leader in homers -- could miss the contest after injuring his left hand on Friday.


6/26/2015 | Jennings stresses Marlins' talent in team meeting

After a demoralizing three-game sweep at the hands of the Cardinals, Marlins manager Dan Jennings called a team meeting on Friday in hopes of sending a signal of support to the players.


6/26/2015 | Marlins' first-rounder expected to sign today

Josh Naylor, the 12th overall pick in the Draft on June 8, is expected to officially agree to his signing bonus with the Marlins on Saturday. The 18-year-old first baseman from Canada should be reporting to the organization next week, once his visa progress is completed.


6/25/2015 | Marlins' offense can't unlock key to timely hits

When Adeiny Hechavarria's towering drive to left clanked off the foul pole in the ninth inning on Thursday night, the Marlins had their third home run in the three-game series against the Cardinals.


6/25/2015 | Haren's gutsy effort isn't enough to stop skid

The silence spoke loudly in the Marlins' clubhouse following a 5-1 loss to the Cardinals on Thursday night at Marlins Park. Despite Dan Haren's gutsy six-inning effort, the end result was all too familiar.


6/25/2015 | Garcia to represent Marlins in Futures Game

Jarlin Garcia, a promising left-hander for Class A Advanced Jupiter, is about to perform on a global stage. The 22-year-old has been selected to represent the Marlins in the SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game at Great American Ball Park.


6/25/2015 | Fernandez ready heading into final rehab start

The finish line is so close for Jose Fernandez, but the Marlins' ace must first clear one final injury rehab assignment hurdle, which will be on Saturday for Double-A Jacksonville.


6/25/2015 | Cardinals' bats back Lynn in sweep of Marlins

Lance Lynn scattered two hits and Pete Kozma had three hits, was hit by a pitch, scored twice and drove in a run in St. Louis' 5-1 win over Miami on Thursday night at Marlins Park.


6/25/2015 | Nicolino gets encore against Anderson, Dodgers

The second stop of the Dodgers' three-city trip is Miami, where they open a three-game series with the Marlins on Friday night and start Brett Anderson against fellow left-hander Justin Nicolino.


6/25/2015 | Futures teams loaded with Top 100 Prospects

A quick look at last year's SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game rosters should provide enough motivation to tune in to the prospect-laden game on All-Star Sunday, July 12, at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati.


6/24/2015 | Unbalanced lineup frustrating for Marlins

The way the Marlins see it, the lack of run production simply doesn't make sense, considering the amount of talent in their lineup. The club has the Major League leader in home runs and RBIs in Giancarlo Stanton and speedster Dee Gordon paces the game in hits.


6/24/2015 | Wong, Heyward punish Latos to lift Cards

Marlins right-hander Mat Latos gave up just three hits in seven innings on Wednesday night, but the Cardinals did serious damage with two of them. Kolten Wong belted a two-run homer and Jason Heyward added a three-run blast that lifted St. Louis to a 6-1 victory at Marlins Park.




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