Marlins News

  • Marlins Inbox: Prospect Heaney on way up?

    With Jacob Turner out, will the Marlins call up top prospect Andrew Heaney? Is slugger Giancarlo Stanton willing to sign a long-term deal with the club? Beat reporter Joe Frisaro answers your queries.

  • Fernandez K's 10 but bullpen dooms Marlins

    Jose Fernandez struck out a season-high 10 batters on Wednesday, but a pair of errors and bullpen struggles led to the Marlins falling, 6-3, to the Nationals.

  • Marlins move Slowey to rotation, Hand to 'pen

    Without having to make a roster move, the Marlins were able to revise their rotation with a simple switch. Kevin Slowey will get the start on Sunday against the Mariners at Marlins Park. Slowey will flip with lefty Brad Hand, who goes from starter to the bullpen.

  • Young, Eovaldi meet in Interleague matchup

    There isn't a lot of history between the Marlins and Mariners, but Miami has some familiarity with veteran pitcher Chris Young. When he takes the mound Friday, Miami will counter with hard-throwing right-hander Nathan Eovaldi in the first of three.

  • Stanton off to hot start driving in runs

    Giancarlo Stanton is making an early bid to be the RBI champ. After driving in five runs on Tuesday night, the Marlins right fielder lifted his total to 21 RBIs on the season, tops in the Majors.

  • Marlins striving to establish both sides of plate

    Sometimes when you are trying to establish the inside part of the plate, pitches get away. On those occasions, hitters tend get upset, like what transpired in the fourth inning of Miami's 11-2 win over the Nationals on Tuesday night.

  • Marlins' bats come alive, end eight-game skid

    Pushed around for more than a week, the Marlins took their turn to slug back on Tuesday night. Giancarlo Stanton blasted a three-run homer and drove in five runs, while Marcell Ozuna collected four hits as the Marlins steamrolled Stephen Strasburg and the Nationals, 11-2, at Marlins Park.

  • Marlins president honors favorite teacher

    Before the Marlins faced the Nationals at Marlins Park, Major League Baseball paid tribute to Jackie Robinson Day. As part of the ceremony, president of baseball operations Michael Hill recognized one of his high school teachers, Patricia Dunn from Cincinnati Country Day School. She and her husband made the trip to Miami.

  • Tempers fizzle after benches clear in Miami

    Benches and bullpens cleared and there was some jawing going on Tuesday night, but the dust quickly settled without further incident at Marlins Park. In the Marlins' 11-2 win over the Nationals, tempers heated up in the fourth inning after Tom Koehler's pitch ran inside on Ian Desmond.

  • Top prospect Heaney tosses gem for Jacksonville

    Marlins No. 1 prospect Andrew Heaney allowed just one hit in six shutout innings Tuesday night, helping Double-A Jacksonville to a 4-0 victory at Chattanooga.

  • Yelich relieved to avoid collision with Stanton

    At 6-foot-6, 240-pounds, Giancarlo Stanton is an imposing figure who is difficult to miss in the outfield. Christian Yelich is certainly glad he was able to stay clear of his teammate on a fly ball to the gap in right-center at Marlins Park on Monday night.

  • Turner's status up in air in Miami

    Jacob Turner, on the disabled list since April 9, played some light catch before the Marlins faced the Nationals on Tuesday night at Marlins Park.

  • Marlins handed eighth straight loss

    Left-hander Brad Hand never got comfortable on the mound Monday night in a 9-2 loss to the Nationals at Marlins Park. Hand allowed five runs on eight hits and a walk over three innings in the Marlins' eighth straight loss. Garrett Jones homered for the second straight game.

  • Marlins' Jones seeking results at the plate

    It's been a frustrating couple of weeks at the plate for Marlins first baseman Garrett Jones, who is being counted on to deliver production in the middle of the order.

  • Marlins' Furcal begins rehab assignment

    Rafael Furcal, who opened the season on the disabled list with a left hamstring strain, was expected to play five innings for Class A Jupiter on Monday, and be back in action continually for three weeks.

  • Marlins question 'gray area' of collision ruling

    A day after a disputed play at the plate went in the Marlins' favor, Major League Baseball contacted the Phillies to say the call was actually wrong.

  • Late homer hands Fish seventh straight loss

    Chase Utley continued his series-long torment of Marlins pitchers by delivering a two-out home run in the eighth inning that lifted the Phillies to a 4-3 win over the Marlins at Citizens Bank Park.

  • Phils lose challenge as umpires confirm call

    Major League Baseball's new rule regarding home-plate collisions was at the center of a play in the bottom of the sixth inning on Sunday in a 4-3 victory over the Marlins at Citizens Bank Park.