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Amid a rough stretch of almost three weeks, the Miami Marlins will take anything positive to build on.
After beating one of the majors' top pitchers, they'll try to win back-to-back road games for the first time in more than a month Saturday against the New York Mets.
Justin Bour hit a three-run homer off Matt Harvey...
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The Miami Marlins (19-30) defeated the Mets (27-22) by a score of 4-3 tonight at Citi Field.
Despite striking out eleven batters, Matt Harvey‘s fate was sealed early on when Justin Bour took him deep for a three-run home run in the fourth inning.
Altogether, Harvey let up four runs and six hits over eight innings. He fell to 5-3 on the season. Harvey has let up eleven earned runs...
The Miami Marlins have never been a model of stability. An organization known for frequent roster and managerial changes, the Marlins have continued their trend of upheaval in 2015. After firing manager Mike Redmond and replacing him with General Manager Dan Jennings, the Fish are in the midst of yet another turbulent transition. Lost in the discussion of Miami’s most recent shakeup...
Just like the rest of us, Dee Gordon thought it was a joke when he learned his Miami Marlins named its GM the new manager. Gordon told ESPN during an interview on Thursday that he thought teammate Giancarlo Stanton was joking when he told him about the new manager. “When I got word of it,...Read More
Florida State Seminoles infielder Quincy Nieporte needed something to quench his thirst after smacking a double in a recent collegiate contest. Nieporte definitely deserves a gold star for originality on this one.
This dude pretended to shotgun a beer after he hit a double
Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez's rehab from Tommy John surgery continues to progress. USA TODAY Sports reported Tuesday that the former NL Rookie of the Year is slated to begin participating in extended spring training next Monday. Coming off of his ROY season, Fernandez experienced elbow discomfort in May of last year, which an MRI revealed to be a torn UCL that would require...
For Baseball Hot Corner’s articles to be recognized by Google, they put a requirement on all blogs that each post/article should be 300 words or more. That’s usually not a problem for major breaking trades or free agent signing news. But sometimes, there are trades and signings that do happen that are interesting, but might not need the requisite 300 word analysis. Nevertheless...
The Miami Marlins broke their losing streak Saturday night and celebrated by diving into a pool at their stadium.
The Miami Marlins held their annual "Fish 'N Chips Casino Party" Thursday night, which is normally an opportunity for their fans a chance to interact with the team's current and former players as well as the coaches. Unfortunately, none of the players on the current Marlins roster showed up to this year's event.Considering the admission charge for the big night was $100 for singles...
MIAMI -- Mired in a seven-game losing streak, Miami Marlins players further disappointed their fans by failing to show as advertised for a charity event.
The organization had said players would attend the event to benefit the inner cities baseball program. When no players showed, fans complained on social media, and team president David Samson wasn't happy either.
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7 days ago
The Miami Marlins continue to disappoint their fans both on and off the field. The Marlins held a “Fish ‘N Chips Casino Party” event on Thursday evening after the team played a day game against the Arizona Diamondbacks, and not one player from the team showed up despite advertisements saying they would. The ad for...Read More
The Miami Marlins have been in the news this week, because they did something that’s at worst kind of stupid, and at best pretty confusing. But the Marlins only did something newsworthy in the first place because the team, overall, has been an early disappointment, and disappointing baseball teams tend to leave a few people […]
The Miami Marlins took their history of extraordinarily unbelievably bad decisions to a brand new level by installing Dan Jennings as on-field manager.
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After being swept by the Mets in mid-April the Miami Marlins were 3-10, and team ownership made no secret of manager Mike Redmond’s position firmly atop the hot seat. The team then won nine of ten games including a five game winning streak, and Redmond’s job seemed to be safe. However, now in mid-May the Marlins sit at 16-22, falling fast, and owner Jeffrey Loria has seen enough...
After firing manager Mike Redmond over the weekend, the Miami Marlins have decided to hire within to fill the position. That’s something MLB teams often do, but the Marlins did it in a way that only the Marlins could do it. They’ve hired their general manager to serve as their field manager. Dan Jennings, who...Read More
Mike Redmond became the first managerial casualty of the 2015 season over the weekend. The Miami Marlins fired their manager with the team off to a disappointing 16-22 start this season.
What followed was a handy lesson in the value in being right versus the value in being first.
When the dust cleared from Redmond, USA Today’s Bob Nightengale reported that former Marlin and...
Just in case you thought the Miami Marlins somehow couldn’t get *more* dysfunctional, their situation just turned into even more of a mess. Their new manager, replacing the deposed Mike Redmond, will be…general manager Dan Jennings.
dan jennings is indeed the next marlins manager, according to sources.
— Jon Heyman (@JonHeymanCBS) May 18, 2015
Bobby Cox, this is not. Jennings...
When the Brewers fired Ron Roenicke a couple weeks ago, we speculated as to who would be the next big-league manager to get the axe. Foolishly, we cut our list of speculation short of Marlins manager Mike Redmond. Though the Marlins weren’t off to the start they are capable of — surely no one anticipated Mat Latos going into the toilet as he has — I left Redmond off the list...
Sportsnaut Guest Post – Written by Robin Hill
Art dealers typically do not ply their craft in the public eye. So, when an art dealer has the spotlight shown on them, bad results may follow. This happenstance has also been proven in the sports world.
Jeffrey Loria is Miami’s most famous art dealer and has been since he abanadoned the title of most famous art dealer in Montreal...
The Miami Marlins were nearly no-hit on Sunday, and it was only a Justin Bour single with two outs in the ninth that prevented them from finishing a game with zero hits for the second time in less than eight months.
But apparently, “almost” is good enough for Jeffrey Loria and the Marlins – manager Mike Redmond was fired after the 6-0 defeat to the Braves.
Have you ever tried to hit a baseball really, really hard? Were you ever making $32 million over the course of just one year? Did you ever find yourself involved in trade rumors with other organizations or hit 400 home runs? If you answered no to all of the above, prepare to look at life through the eyes of a Major League Baseball player.
Stanton Continues to Brutalize...
This play had a little bit of everything. Fresh off hitting a ball completely out of Dodger Stadium earlier this week, Miami Marlins slugger Giancarlo Stanton absolutely destroyed a pitch from Atlanta Braves starter Alex Wood on Saturday.
This Stanton home run was a
Tuesday night, Marlins outfielder Giancarlo Stanton hit his eighth homer of the season off the Dodgers’ Mike Bolsinger. Well, that would be one way to describe the play. But it wouldn’t convey anywhere near the majesty of this feat.
Stanton hit the ball out of the park. No, really. He launched the ball out of Dodger Stadium, clearing the awning over the left-field pavilion...
It took 27 games, but Marcell Ozuna finally hit his first home run of the season Thursday night.
The Miami Marlins outfielder broke out last season with 23 home runs, but he’s been marred in a power outage so far this season. He finally broke out against the San Francisco Giants, though, with an absolute rocket of a home run Thursday.
The Marlins decided to have a little fun with...
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MIAMI — The Miami Marlins have released catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia, making him a free agent.
The move Tuesday came eight days after Saltalamacchia was designated for assignment. The Marlins parted ways with the veteran even though he has nearly two seasons left on the three-year, $21 million contract he signed before...