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  • • Watch: Kevin Gausman ejected for throwing at Jose Urena
    In their first matchup against Miami Marlins starting pitcher Jose Urena since he threw at outfielder Ronald Acuña, the Atlanta Braves got their revenge early on Friday. In the bottom of the second inning with two runners on, Braves starting pitcher Kevin Gausman threw behind Urena’s legs. Gausman was ejected from the game without any known prior w...
  • • Corey Kluber expected to miss at least a month with fractured arm
    The Cleveland Indians placed Corey Kluber on the 10-day injured list on Friday, and the right-hander is expected to miss at least a month while he recovers from the fractured elbow he suffered this week. Tests on Thursday confirmed a non-displaced fracture of Kluber’s right ulna, and the Indians say he will be reevaluated in 3-4 weeks. As of now, t...
  • • Getaway Day: Does anybody want to win the NL East?
    Do any of you want to win the National League East? The others teams in the division don’t seem to want it. Going into Wednesday night, the Philadelphia Phillies, New York Mets, Atlanta Braves and Washington Nationals were separated by 3.5 games. The Phillies and the Mets were the only teams with winning records and each team has glaring holes that...
  • • Indians ace Corey Kluber suffers right ulna fracture
    Cleveland Indians ace Corey Kluber suffered a fracture during Wednesday’s loss to the Miami Marlins when he was struck by a line drive comebacker. Following the game, the Indians announced that Kluber suffered a non-displaced fracture of his right ulna bone. That definitely doesn’t seem good, especially for a right-handed pitcher like Kluber. Still...
  • • Corey Kluber suffers fracture in forearm on comebacker
    Corey Kluber suffered a fracture in his pitching arm after being hit by a comebacker on Wednesday night. The two-time Cy Young Award winner was nailed by a line drive off the bat of Miami Marlins right fielder Brian Anderson during the fifth inning. Kluber exited the game after being hit and immediately went for X-rays, which showed a non-displaced...
  • • Marlins demote slumping Brinson, activate Cooper
    Outfielder Lewis Brinson, hitting just .197 this season, has been sent to Triple-A by the Miami Marlins. The team filled his roster spot by activating Garrett Cooper from the injured list....
  • • 10 best present-day second-generation MLB stars
    MLB history is filled with tremendous second-generation stars. Barry Bonds and Ken Griffey Jr. followed their All-Star fathers to stardom and surpassed the accomplishments of their elders. They are far from alone. The current crop of players has its fair share of players who are also following in their fathers' footsteps. The Toronto Blue Jays seem...
  • • Marlins fire hitting coach after miserable start
    After a lethargic start to the season that saw the club rank last in the majors in runs, the Miami Marlins have fired hitting coach Mike Pagliarulo....
  • • Miami Marlins have already fired their hitting coach
    The struggling Miami Marlins have already made a change to their coaching staff. The team announced on Friday that they have fired hitting coach Mike Pagliarulo and promoted Jeff Livesey to the interim role. The news ironically came out after the Marlins beat the Washington Nationals 3-2 on Friday for their fifth win of the season. TheMarlins makin...
  • • Luis Castillo's changeup has been absolutely lethal for Reds
    The Cincinnati Reds revamped their roster over the winter with hopes of competing in a very deep National League Central in 2019. Unfortunately for Cincy, entering Thursday’s games the Reds are in last place and six games out of first with a 5-12 record. Only the Miami Marlins have more losses in the Senior Circuit (4-15). One guy has far exceeded ...
  • • Sonny Gray leaves with injury after four shutout innings
    Sonny Gray was having his best start of the season with the Cincinnati Reds on Thursday, but the right-hander was forced to leave the game with an injury. Gray allowed just two hits over four innings against the Miami Marlins, but he took a comeback line drive off the calf in the second. He remained in the game for a while after that before being p...
  • • Did Marlins reliever Wei-Yin Chen have worst relief performance ever?
    The Miami Marlins were smoked by the Cincinnati Reds on Tuesday, losing 14-0. Unfortunately for Marlins reliever Wei-Yin Chen, a good portion of the damage came against him. Chen went two innings in relief of Jose Urena. And while it’s only April, saying than Chen took one for the team on Tuesday would be the understatement of the year. Clearly Mia...
  • • Orioles challenging Marlins for attendance futility
    The Baltimore Orioles might have drawn a nice crowd at Camden Yards for their home opening series against the New York Yankees this past weekend. But let’s be honest, that was more about the Yankees than the downtrodden Orioles. This became relatively clear during Baltimore’s Monday night game against the Oakland Athletics. Attendance for that game...
  • • Tons of empty seats for Angels home opener
    The Los Angeles Angels hosted the Texas Rangers on Thursday for their home opener. But judging by the size of the crowd, the fans aren’t exactly enthused. Evan Grant of The Dallas Morning News posted video of the crowd just minutes before the game started. Plenty of seats were available. For reference, the Miami Marlins, who are notorious for strug...
  • • Marlins' embarrassing home attendance hits new low
    The rebuilding Miami Marlins are not expected to contend this season. That appears to be fine with front office head Derek Jeter. But for fans in South Beach, there’s much better things to do than watching a bad on-field product. Of Miami’s first five home dates this season, four have drawn less than 8,000. Its game against the New York Mets on Tue...

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Top news - Miami Marlins

  • • Report: Nationals’ offer to Bryce Harper did not include no-trade clause
    There has been a lot of talk about Bryce Harper turning down a massive extension offer from the Washington Nationals on the last day of the 2018 season, but dollars and cents weren’t the only reason the star outfielder chose not to entertain it. According to Chelsea Janes of The Washington Post, the offer Harper turned down was for $300 million ove...
  • • Report: Rival agents expect Bryce Harper to get over $350 million
    One of the biggest questions of the coming offseason is just how much Bryce Harper will prove to be worth. The 26-year-old will be one of the most sought-after free agents ever, and he has a good chance of signing the richest deal ever. How rich will it be? While it’s too soon to tell, some insiders think they have an idea. According to Jon Heyman ...
  • • Braves have reportedly made ‘strong offer’ for JT Realmuto
    JT Realmuto is one of the few players the Miami Marlins decided not to trade when they held a fire sale last winter, but that could change this offseason. Assuming they do part ways with Realmuto, the Atlanta Braves are among the teams who have the most interest in the star catcher. Craig Mish of SiriusXM reported on Wednesday that the Braves have ...
  • • Marlins mascot reportedly getting makeover
    The Miami Marlins’ makeover apparently will extend to their mascot. SiriusXM’s Craig Mish reported on Monday that Billy the Marlin is getting a makeover. The Marlins are also expected to make changes to their logo and colors in 2019. On top of that, they received permission to remove the Home Run Sculpture from its current position beyond the wall ...
  • • The best MLB player at each position in 2018
    If you could put together a starting lineup full of baseball’s best players, who would be included? The answer to that question will vary depending on whom is asked, and there’s no right or wrong here. There are tons of terrific players in today’s game, and there are a countless number of permutations that could lead to a dominant squad. Although f...
  • • 15 MLB stars who could be traded this offseason
    The 2018-19 MLB offseason figures to be action-packed. In addition to a strong free agent class, we could see plenty of big names being traded. We find it unlikely that the New York Mets will trade Jacob deGrom. They steadfastly hung on to him at the 2018 trade deadline, and that was before they hired his agent as general manager. But we could very...
  • • Agent: J.T. Realmuto won't sign extension with Marlins, expects to be traded
    It’s highly possible that catcher J.T. Realmuto has played his last game for the Miami Marlins. His agent, Jeff Berry, said in no uncertain terms that he believes Realmuto will be in a different uniform next season. This certainly isn’t surprising. Realmuto was one of a select few key players to remain in Miami after last season’s rebuild. Followin...
  • • Rays beat out Marlins, O's for Cuban P prospect
    The Tampa Bay Rays have agreed to a $2.61 million signing bonus with 16-year-old Cuban pitching prospect Sandy Gaston, pending a physical. The Miami Marlins and Baltimore Orioles were among other teams interested in signing Gaston....
  • • Baltimore Orioles face uncertainty on international market
    Most international prospects sign on, or soon after, July 2 — the beginning of the yearly international spending period. Those teams with money still to spend this time of year are left with a more limited pool of talent from which to draw, though a trio of interesting prospects emerged last month. The Miami Marlins made a splash by locking up top ...
  • • Orioles Face Uncertainty On International Market
    Most international prospects sign on, or soon after, July 2 — the beginning of the yearly international spending period. Those teams with money still to spend this time of year are left with a more limited pool of talent from which to draw, though a trio of interesting prospects emerged last month. The Miami Marlins…...
  • • Marlins sign Cuban brothers Mesa, Mesa Jr.
    Brothers and highly rated Cuban prospects Victor Victor Mesa and Victor Mesa Jr. have signed with the Miami Marlins. Both players are outfielders....
  • • Report: Marlins signing Victor Victor Mesa and Victor Mesa Jr.
    As the Miami Marlins continue to rebuild, they entered the offseason with a lofty goal. They’ve now reportedly accomplished it, signing Cuban outfielders Victor Victor Mesa and Victor Mesa Jr. According to Jorge Ebro of the El Nuevo Herald, the brothers have agreed to a deal with the Marlins and are currently in Miami awaiting a press conference. A...
  • • Marlins considering new logo, colors for 2019?
    The Miami Marlins are seemingly trying to find a new identity under Derek Jeter’s ownership group, and that could lead to a change in logo and team colors in the near future. Over the past several days, numerous prototypes for a new Marlins logo have surfaced on social media. The team has not confirmed that a change is in the works, but there are p...
  • • Marlins receive permission to remove famed sculpture from stadium
    Marlins Park, the home of the Miami Marlins, will soon have a very different look. The stadium’s famed outield home run sculpture is on its way out. “The Miami Marlins won county permission on Tuesday to move its home-run sculpture out of Marlins Park to the plaza outside, giving Derek Jeter a key win in his efforts to erase the legacy of former ow...
  • • Marlins approved to move home run sculpture
    Derek Jeter’s Miami Marlins did not accumulate too many victories during the regular season, but they scored one this week. Miami-Dade County gave the Marlins permission to move the home run sculpture in Marlins Park. The sculpture was built by artist Red Grooms, who opposed the move. That complicated the team’s effort to move the sculpture, which ...

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