Marlins News

  • Marlins stun Nationals with wild four-run ninth

    The Marlins erased a six-run deficit and delivered a ninth-inning rally against first-place Washington on Monday night that secured their fifth victory in a row. Jeff Baker ended it with a walk-off single to the wall in left field, giving the Marlins a 7-6 win in the opener of a three-game set.

  • Marlins not sellers, gain confidence in rotation

    Fresh off a 6-1 road trip, the Marlins haven't explicitly said they're staying put at the non-waiver Trade Deadline, but they have confirmed they're not sellers.

  • Cishek, deGrom win co-NL Players of Week

    A pair of young hurlers -- Mets rookie Jacob deGrom and Marlins closer Steve Cishek -- were named the co-National League Players of the Week on Monday after outstanding performances from the mound last week.

  • Marlins look to keep rolling against Strasburg

    All-star right-hander Henderson Alvarez brings his 2.62 ERA to the mound Tuesday night for the Marlins, who will be seeking a sixth consecutive victory. The Nationals counter with Stephen Strasburg, who is seeking his first win since July 1.

  • Marlins recall Marisnick, option Realmuto

    The Marlins optioned catcher J.T. Realmuto to Double-A Jacksonville on Monday, making room for the return of outfielder Jake Marisnick to Marlins Park.

  • Marlins injury roundup: Dietrich taking swings

    Of the Marlins players on the disabled list, closest to returning is second baseman Derek Dietrich. He landed on the DL with a sprained right wrist July 4. He has started taking grounders and began work in the batting cage Monday at Marlins Park.

  • Kolek joins Heaney atop Marlins' Top 20 list

    With the passing of the Draft signing deadline, teams have had a recent influx of talent into their farm systems, and with that, MLBPipeline.com has updated the Top 20 Prospects lists of all 30 teams.

  • Turner keeps Astros down; Fish finish sweep

    Starting pitching may be an area the Marlins are exploring on the trade front, but all weekend, the rotation has been a strength. On Sunday, it was Jacob Turner who set the tone in a 4-2 win over the Astros at Minute Maid Park.

  • Marlins may try to bolster roster by Deadline

    Considering how far the Marlins have come in a year, they are hoping to avoid taking any steps backward. If things play out the way the organization hopes, Miami will make some sort of splash by Thursday's non-waiver Trade Deadline. How much or little will depend on how the team is trending over the next few days.

  • Liner off Koehler's back bounces Marlins' way

    Marlins shortstop Adeiny Hechavarria certainly had Tom Koehler's back in a crazy third inning on Saturday night at Minute Maid Park.

  • Staying fresh as DH, Stanton eyes all 162

    If possible, Giancarlo Stanton wants to go the distance. The Marlins' All-Star right fielder is determined to play every day. With that in mind, the Marlins are finding ways to best keep Stanton fresh. Being used a couple of days as the designated hitter has been an option this weekend against the Astros at Minute Maid Park.

  • Stanton caps early barrage as Fish top Astros

    It wasn't how far Giancarlo Stanton swatted the ball that made the difference on Saturday night. It was the placement of the slugger's blistered double that provided the big boost for the Marlins. Stanton's three-run double in the second inning loomed large, as it lifted the Marlins to a 7-3 win over the Astros at Minute Maid Park.

  • Marlins lead Majors in successful challenges

    Upon review, it is clear the Marlins have capitalized on MLB's replay system. With successful challenges in each of its last two games, Miami is now a Major League-best 16-of-20.

  • Hand, Fish toss three-hit shutout in Houston

    The Marlins have presented an opportunity, and Brad Hand is seizing the moment. The left-hander scattered three hits over a career-high 7 1/3 innings and set the tempo in the Marlins' 2-0 win over the Astros at Minute Maid Park on Friday night. Jeff Mathis provided all the support Hand would need with a two-run double.

  • Overturned call nixes Altuve steal, ends inning

    A potential stole base by the Astros' Jose Altuve was taken off the board after the Marlins won a replay challenge Friday night.

  • Marlins' trade market could hinge on Hand, Turner

    As trade talks continue, the Marlins also are giving starters currently in the rotation a chance to secure spots. Brad Hand, who started on Friday, and Jacob Turner, specifically, are getting second chances after struggling in the rotation early in the year.

  • Marlins encouraged as Kolek's back improves

    The Marlins are optimistic that Tyler Kolek's lower-back issue isn't serious. The No. 2 overall pick in the June First-Year Player Draft, Kolek is dealing with a lower back sprain, and he is on a no-throw status for about a week.

  • Marlins lead near-record Draft spending

    The Marlins led all teams with a franchise-record $13,112,900 in bonuses, including $6 million for No. 2 overall choice Tyler Kolek. That's the fourth-highest total in Draft history -- the Pirates established the mark with $17,005,700 in 2011 -- and the most ever under the current CBA. The White Sox ranked second this year with $10,460,600, including $6,582,000 for No. 3 pick Carlos Rodon, and also set a new franchise standard.