The Miami Marlins have a promising roster and a rocky early record. They also have baseball's worst owner, which means change is coming, for better or worse.
Daniel Murphy hit a three-run homer with one out in the ninth inning, and the New York Mets snapped the Miami Marlins' five-game winning streak with a 3-1 comeback victory Monday night.
The Miami Marlins, everyone! This happened at the Miami Marlins' home stadium on Monday night: What is a Giancarlo Stnaton? @sbnation @SBNationMLB @SBNationGIF pic.twitter.com/p5rPMpFFle — Hammer & Rails (@HammerAndRails) April 28, 2015 The Marlins gave Giancarlo Stanton a $325 million contract. They still can't spellcheck his name. That's so Marlins.
Catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia has been designated for assignment by the Miami Marlins, an acknowledgement their multiyear deal with him was a bust.
With his speed, Miami Marlins second baseman Dee Gordon is going to be able to sneak up and dunk all over plenty of teammates this season. Earlier this month, we saw Gordon posterize teammate Christian Yelich after a walk-off victory. Show More Summary
Adeiny Hechavarria hit a bases-loaded triple after a botched rundown kept the inning alive, and the Miami Marlins completed their first three-game sweep of the Washington Nationals since May 2012 by winning 6-2 Sunday.
MIAMI — The perplexing futility of these Washington Nationals continued Sunday in a 6-2 loss to the Marlins. They were at least creative in defeat this time, opting for an unorthodox and as-yet-untried method of demise: a poorly executed run-down, then three Marlins triples in three innings. Show More Summary
MIAMI — Through the Nationals’ first 17 games, they’d been outscored by a total of four runs. On Saturday alone, they doubled that in an 8-0 loss to the Marlins.Obviously, given the shutout, it was Washington’s worst offensive performance of the season, too. Show More Summary
Ichiro Suzuki scored his 1,968th run in baseball in the Miami Marlins 8-0 win over the Washington Nationals on Saturday to surpass Sadaharu Oh as Japan's highest ever run scorer.
Tom Koehler outpitched Stephen Strasburg, Giancarlo Stanton homered and the revitalized Miami Marlins earned their fourth win in a row Saturday by beating the slumping Washington Nationals 8-0.
MIAMI — The Nationals did not score in the early innings of Saturday’s loss to the Marlins, and that did not bode well. Washington has scored the third fewest runs in the final three innings of any team in baseball. If the Nationals have not scored by the time their starter leaves the game, they rarely score at all. Read full article >>
Jose Fernandez, the 22-year-old pitcher for the Miami Marlins has become a U.S. Citizen. According to NY Daily News, Fernandez delivered the keynote speech at the naturalization ceremony that was held for him and another 140 other South Florida residents who were granted citizenship on Friday. Show More Summary
Nearly all of the Washington Nationals’ losses this season have been cast in the same mold: a strong start, missed offensive chances, shaky defense and unreliable relief pitching. The Nationals lost to the Miami Marlins, 3-2, Friday night in the first game of a 10-game road trip exclusively against NL East opponents because they could not break that trend. Read full article >>
Martin Prado broke a tie with an eighth-inning single, and four pitchers combined on a six-hitter to help the Miami Marlins beat the Washington Nationals 3-2 Friday night.
The roof is closed on a humid night in Miami as the Nationals and Marlins open a three-game set at Marlins Park. The pitching matchup features two starters who have underachieved so far this season, Marlins right-hander Mat Latos (0-3, 10.24) and Nationals righty Jordan Zimmermann (1-2, 6.14). Show More Summary
Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez, a native of Santa Clara, Cuba, become a U.S. citizen Friday and was the keynote speaker during the ceremony for 140 other South Florida residents.
David Phelps tossed three-hit ball over seven innings, Martin Prado drove in four runs and Adeiny Hechavarria had four hits to help the Miami Marlins beat the Philadelphia Phillies 9-1 Thursday.
With the game tied 1-1 in the middle of the fourth inning, announcers for Wednesday night’s game between the Miami Marlins and the (...)
Adeiny Hechavarria had a pair of hits and scored the go-ahead run and the Miami Marlins took advantage of Philadelphia's sloppy play to end a five-game losing streak with a 6-1 victory over the Phillies on Wednesday.
You could practically see the Miami Marlins beaming as they came into the 2015 season. It did indeed figure to be a good one after a winter of big moves and big talk, and they've kicked things off by going... THUD. It's been bad, all right. Show More Summary