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Rays and Marlins Seek Rhythm Entering Weekend

Rays Defeat Rangers in Finale Timely hitting paced Jake Faria’s impressive six innings as the Tampa Bay Rays defeated the Texas Rangers 4-2 Wednesday afternoon in St. Petersburg. Rangers starter Cole Hamels carried a shutout into the sixth inning, but the Rays were able to string together several hits and …

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Miami Marlins Lose First Game of Long Road Trip

The Marlins played their first of a nine-game road trip when they visited the Seattle Mariners yesterday. After a tough inning out of the gates for Miami starting pitcher Tom Koehler, the Marlins played catch up for the rest of the evening. Mariners starter Ariel Miranda, equipped with an early cushion, closed …

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Marlins Baseball Is Back In South Florida

A new season of baseball is coming to South Florida. The Miami Marlins will start the season on Monday when they visit the Washington Nationals at 1:05 p.m. Edinson Volquez and Stephen Strasburg are expected to be the starting pitchers. A Difficult Spring for The Fish It has not been …

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Marlins Eliminated From 2016 Playoff Picture

The Miami Marlins can only attempt to heal the undeniable sense of loss and anguish in their clubhouse following the untimely and tragic death of All-Star pitcher Jose Fernandez. And after a 12-1 blowout loss at home to the New York Mets on Tuesday, Miami will have the entire off-season to …

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Marlins and Gordon Honor Fernandez in Spectacular Fashion

Emotions ran high for the Miami Marlins Monday night, and for this circumstance, crying in baseball was completely okay. The Marlins honored 24-year-old pitcher Jose Fernandez just one day after his tragic passing due to a boating accident. The Marlins held a special ceremony before the game and wore Fernandez’s name and No. 16 …

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Miami Marlins Holding on to Hope of NL Wild Card Berth

Marlins had an exciting win Tuesday night at home over the Nationals with a final score of 1-0, due in large part to Giancarlo Stanton’s home run.  Earlier in the month, Marlins’ manager Don Mattingly said the chances are slim for the Marlins to make it to the playoffs. Now, with Miami’s third …

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Fernandez, Marlins Look to Make a Comeback vs. Royals

With the Miami Marlins (65-60) fighting for the National League’s second wild card spot and the regular season coming to an end next month, they know they are getting to crunch time in the regular season. Miami lost last night at home against defending World Champion Kansas City (65-60) 1-0. Last …

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