Marlins News

  • Marlins can't break through in rubber game

    Nathan Eovaldi surrendered one unearned run in six innings on Wednesday, but A.J. Ramos gave up a two-run double to Atlanta's Evan Gattis in the bottom of the eighth to saddle Miami with a 3-1 defeat in front of 21,508 fans at Turner Field

  • Marmol day to day after injuring hamstring

    Marlins reliever Carlos Marmol is day to day after suffering a right hamstring injury in the bottom of the seventh inning of a 3-1 loss to the Braves on Wednesday.

  • Marlins recall righty Capps from Triple-A

    The Marlins recalled right-hander Carter Capps from Triple-A New Orleans on Wednesday morning to replace right-hander Arquimedes Caminero. Caminero was optioned to New Orleans following Tuesday night's 1-0 win against the Braves at Turner Field.

  • Inching closer, Furcal gets day off

    Rafael Furcal received a day off in his rehab assignment with Double-A Jacksonville on Wednesday. The veteran infielder, whom the Marlins signed to a one-year deal in December, is working his way back from a left hamstring strain.

  • Tight-knit duo leads Marlins vs. Mets

    Christian Yelich and Marcell Ozuna have been a solid tag team for years, and they hope to continue that against the Mets and starter Zack Wheeler on Friday.

  • Rehab start the next step for Turner

    Marlins right-hander Jacob Turner will throw 50-60 pitches in a rehab start for Class A Jupiter on Wednesday. Turner was placed on the 15-day disabled list on April 9 with a right shoulder sprain, retroactive to April 4.

  • Fernandez fans 14 in Marlins' first road win

    Jose Fernandez matched a career-high 14 strikeouts in eight scoreless innings of three-hit ball in Miami's 1-0 win over Atlanta on Tuesday night at Turner Field. The victory snapped the Marlins' franchise-record streak of seven straight road losses to begin the season.

  • Cishek's closer stats up with the best of them

    Steve Cishek has quietly joined Atlanta's Craig Kimbrel and Cincinnati's Aroldis Chapman as one of the best closers in baseball. The Miami right-hander entered Tuesday having converted 32 consecutive save chances dating back to June 8, 2013, and he notched his 33rd straight in a 1-0 win over the Braves.

  • No four-man rotation: Slowey to start

    The Marlins decided to give Kevin Slowey a second start in place of the injured Jacob Turner (right shoulder sprain) rather than going with a four-man rotation through April. Off-days this Thursday and next Monday would have made it possible.

  • Caminero optioned a night after allowing walk-off

    The Marlins optioned right-hander Arquimedes Caminero to Triple-A New Orleans following Tuesday night's 1-0 win against the Braves at Turner Field. Miami will announce a corresponding move Wednesday morning.

  • Slump doesn't diminish Stanton's stellar April

    Giancarlo Stanton entered Tuesday 0-for-11 since hitting a walk-off grand slam in the Marlins' 8-4 win against the Mariners on Friday night at Marlins Park. However, the slump is a small blip in Stanton's otherwise torrid April.

  • Glavine teasing gives Redmond a laugh

    Hall of Famer Tom Glavine joined Braves broadcasters Chip Caray and Joe Simpson in the booth on Monday, and the announcing team teased Glavine about his struggles to get Marlins manager Mike Redmond out.

  • Missed chances cost Marlins in Atlanta

    Miami finished 1-for-14 with runners in scoring position and wasted a fourth straight quality start by Tom Koehler in a 4-2 loss, the club's seventh straight defeat on the road to begin this season. Arquimedes Caminero surrendered a walk-off, two-run homer to Evan Gattis in the bottom of the 10th.

  • Yelich setting tone atop Marlins lineup

    As the Marlins slogged through an awful April in 2013, Miami outfielder Christian Yelich honed his skills with Double-A Jacksonville. One year later, Yelich has helped revitalize the Marlins offense atop the lineup.

  • Marlins win challenge in eighth

    Marlins manager Mike Redmond successfully challenged a forceout of Marcell Ozuna at second during a Miami rally that ultimately fell short in the top of the eighth on Monday night at Turner Field.

  • Salty's friendship with bombing victim strong

    Marlins catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia first met Jeff Bauman when the Red Sox visited those injured by the bombings at last year's Boston Marathon. From there, a friendship was born. Despite leaving Boston to sign with Miami during the offseason, Saltalamacchia remains close with Bauman and others he met in the tragedy's aftermath.

  • Marlins considering four-man rotation for now

    The Marlins have not yet decided whether they will go with a four-man rotation until early May, something off-days on April 24 and 28 make possible. By the time the stretch ends, Jacob Turner could be ready to return from the disabled list

  • Marlins rally past Mariners in series finale

    Christian Yelich extended his hitting streak to 14 games by sparking the eighth-inning rally as the Marlins defeated the Mariners, 3-2, in front of 20,228 at Marlins Park, securing the Marlins' third consecutive victory and a 4-2 homestand.