Looking To Make Up Ground, Marlins’ Upcoming NL East Games Form A Crucial Schedule Juncture The Marlins are on scorching two-game winning streak, which ties their season high. They’ve only had five wins all season, but this upcoming homestand
Slow start could give coach the axe A 3-10 record to start the season is not how the Miami Marlins wanted to start their season. For a team that looked to contend for at least a wild card,
How Long Until Giancarlo Stanton Cements His Place As The Franchise’s Best Of All Time? Giancarlo Stanton, a.k.a. The Artist Formerly Known As Mike, took the franchise home run lead with a blast in Queens on Thursday night. It’s
Giancarlo Stanton hit his first home run of the season Thursday evening in New York , making him the Marlins new all-time home run leader.
Imposing Mets Rotation Presents Biggest Challenge Yet For Sometimes Floundering Bats The Marlins broke out the bats in Atlanta this week, a welcome sign for a team that hadn’t scored more than two runs in back-to-back games yet this
Weirdest delivery in game barely legal If you haven’t heard of Carter Capps yet, you won’t be able to forget him after you see his delivery. His pitching style is, well, odd to say the least. It’s not a
It’s Still Early, But Not Too Early To Worry The baseball season has only just begun but the Miami Marlins are off to a rough start. I caught up with SportsTalkFlorida.com baseball and basketball Insider, Dan Trujillo, to find
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
Karns Delivers Seven Strong & DeJesus Power Lead Rays Over Marlins 8-5 The calender may say it’s early April but for a team that had so much change during the off-season and has faced as much adversity as they
Tim Beckham launched his first major league homer and stole his first major league base as the Tampa Bay Rays defeated the Miami Marlins 2-0.