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Miami Marlins Look to Bounce Back Against the Phillies

After back-to-back shutout losses–their first back-to-back losses since the end of June–, the Miami Marlins (53-46) will be looking to bounce back tonight. The Marlins will face the Philadelphia Phillies (46-55) in the second game of a three-game series. The Marlins fell 4-0 last night to the Phillies. Miami pitcher Jarred Cosart, who was …

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MLB National League Preview: Nationals, Marlins, Giants, Braves

Los Angeles Dodgers at Washington Nationals Tonight is appropriately “Dusty Baker Bobblehead Day” at Nationals Park as the Los Angeles Dodgers will play the Washington Nationals. Baker, the Nationals’ manager played for the Dodgers during his MLB career and won a championship with them in 1981. This is the first of a three-game series, with Scott …

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Former Gator Josh Tobias Transitions from Gators to Pro Baseball

Josh Tobias has a history of moving up. Tobias, who played the infield for the Florida Gators from 2012 to 2015, showed outstanding improvement, raising his batting average each year, starting with a .252 mark as a freshman and leaving his senior season with a .355 batting average.  He now is cashing in his ability to adjust and …

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Cubs Still On Top Of National League

As we reach the halfway mark in the Major League Baseball season, the Chicago Cubs are the class of the National League. The Cubs not only lead the NL Central and the NL with an overall record of 44 and 20, but they also lead the league with the best overall …

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Marlins Lose Rubber Match to Phillies

The Miami Marlins ended their three-game series yesterday against the Phillies losing 4-2 and losing the series 2-1. The Marlins began strong taking an early 2-0 lead on RBI doubles from Christian Yelich and Marcell Ozuna. Things began to go down hill for the Marlins in the third when an error …

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MLB Recap: Braves Roll, Rays and Marlins Fall

The season might still be very young, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a shortage of story lines for Major League Baseball. Sunday’s action added some plot twists. The Tampa Bay Rays (4-7) were cut down by the Boston Red Sox (7-4) 5 to 0 on Sunday at Fenway Park. …

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