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Marlins, Rays and Braves All Chasing Division Leaders

The Tampa Bay Rays (40-38), Atlanta Braves (36-39) and Miami Marlins (34-40) are all in hot pursuit of division leaders. After the weekend’s games, the Rays are two and a half games back of the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees in the AL East. In the NL East, the Marlins and Braves are …

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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 Look to Put Last Season Behind Them In 2017

Last season was a roller coaster ride for the Miami Marlins. The Marlins dealt with Dee Gordon’s 80 game suspension, Ichiro’s quest for 3,000 hits and an unexpected playoff push. Then came the tragic death of Jose Fernandez, the heart and soul of the Marlins, in late September. The unexpected passing of …

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Marlins Look To Start A Serious Playoff Push

The Miami Marlins are playing good baseball right now. Miami defeated Philadelphia yesterday 11-1, helped by an early Giancarlo Stanton home run that manager Don Mattingly says helped the team take a lead early. Marlins pitcher Adam Conley had an impressive game by pitching 6 2/3 innings without giving up a run. The Marlins won’t have …

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Marlins Looking to Close The Series With A Win

The Miami Marlins hope to win the series against the Philadelphia Phillies today after getting a 5-0 last night. Miami’s Giancarlo Stanton helped his team break out of a scoring slump with two RBI’s, while Ichiro Suzuki singled in the eighth inning to move him to within three hits of the 3,000 career hit mark. Starting …

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Marlins Blow 6-Run Lead, Look for Improvement from Stanton Against Mets

This past week has been peppered with both wins and losses for the Miami Marlins, but they sit third in the National League East standings, behind the New York Mets and the Washington Nationals. In the first game of the series against the Mets, the Marlins blew an early six-run …

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Rays and Marlins Open Home Weekend Series

The Tampa Bay Rays and the Miami Marlins are both at home this weekend for their respective series. The Rays will open up their three-game weekend series with the San Francisco Giants and the Marlins will host the Colorado Rockies for a four-game home stand also starting Friday night. The Marlins return to their home ball …

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Ichiro Suzuki Hits Milestone

After tallying two hits on Wednesday against the San Diego Padres, Ichiro Suzuki raised his career total hits to 4,257, passing Pete Rose’s Major League hit record. Suzuki’s total hits are a combination of those from both his Japanese and American professional careers. 1,287 of Suzuki’s hits came from his time in Japanese …

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