The 2015 MLB season is just a week old, but it’s never too early to start overreacting. Six games in the Marlins find themselves at 1-5, tied for the worst record in baseball. They say you can’t win championships
The Miami Marlins are one of those teams that seem to be almost there. Though last year they finished fourth in the National League East, they have the mix of young talent and veteran free agents to threaten for
Even Before Jose Fernandez Returns, Marlins’ Rotation Looks To Be In Great Shape Unlike on the position player side of the Marlins, the pitching staff remains somewhat consistent from last year. That consistency carries through the fact that staff
Looking Back At How The Lovable Juan Pierre Made The Most Of His Four-Year Marlins Career 37-year-old former outfielder Juan Pierre announced his retirement last Friday. The Mobile, Alabama native played in 14 big league seasons for six teams, collecting
Henderson Alvarez continued to his dominance of the Phillies this season tonight, throwing 7 2/3 inning of scoreless baseball.
Cody Asche's tenth inning, two run walk off home run handed the Marlins their 12th extra-innings loss of the season.
Henderson Alvarez exited his start on September 1 with a strained oblique, but it looks as if everything is set for him to make his start Friday.
Behind a three-run eighth inning, the Miami Marlins were able to win the series opener against the New York Mets on Labor Day by a final score of 9-6.
Giancarlo Stanton drove in two of the Marlins three runs tonight as the Fish took down the first-place Nationals for the second straight night.
Henderson Alvarez had to leave this game early after being struck by a line drive but the Marlins offense struggled again in a 5-3 loss to the Giants.