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Derek Dietrich injured by foul ball while in Marlins dugout

Derek Dietrich injured by foul ball while in Marlins dugout

yahoo.com nytimes.com ESPN.com MLB.com Updated 7 hours ago
Baseball is unpredictable. After the little round ball is struck by the bat, it's incredibly hard to predict where it will go and what it will hit. And when most people hear about someone being hit by a baseball during a game, it's usually a spectator i…
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  • Fort Bragg excited for upcoming Major League game

    Fort Bragg excited for upcoming Major League game

    MLB.com 18 hours ago
    As America remembers the military's sacrifices on Memorial Day, a date of celebration is on the calendar for the Fourth of July Weekend, and the venue for it is very much on track. Fort Bragg will play host to the Braves and Marlins at a new stadium on …
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  • Giancarlo takes BP, hopes to return soon

    Giancarlo takes BP, hopes to return soon

    MLB.com May 29 (yesterday)
    More clarity is being shed on Giancarlo Stanton's return to the starting lineup. The Marlins' right fielder is moving in the right direction, taking a few rounds of batting practice with his teammates on Sunday at Turner Field.
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  • Braves Beat Marlins 7-2 to Lock Up First Home Series Win

    Braves Beat Marlins 7-2 to Lock Up First Home Series Win

    nytimes.com May 28 (yesterday)
    Braves interim manager Brian Snitker says Gordon Beckham is "bouncing around like he's a teenager."
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  • Aybar lands on DL with right foot contusion

    Aybar lands on DL with right foot contusion

    MLB.com May 28 (yesterday)
    It has been a rough nine days for Braves shortstop Erick Aybar. Aybar, who was hit on the right foot by a pitch from Marlins left-hander Adam Conley in the fourth inning of the Braves' 4-2 win over Miami on Friday night, was placed on the 15-day disable…
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  • Sizzling Jose wins 6th straight as Marlins top Rays

    Sizzling Jose wins 6th straight as Marlins top Rays

    MLB.com May 26 (4 days ago)
    Jose Fernandez's struggles in the ballpark he came to as a high schooler are a thing of the past. Fernandez struck out 12 batters and allowed only one run in Miami's 9-1 win over Tampa Bay on Thursday afternoon at Tropicana Field.
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  • Marlins' Fernandez Strikes Out 12 Rays in Sixth Straight Win

    Marlins' Fernandez Strikes Out 12 Rays in Sixth Straight Win

    nytimes.com May 26 (4 days ago)
    Jose Fernandez struck out 12 in seven innings Thursday and won his sixth straight start for the Miami Marlins, a 9-1 decision over the Tampa Bay Rays.
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  • Ichiro Suzuki finds his old form with the Marlins

    Ichiro Suzuki finds his old form with the Marlins

    yahoo.com May 26 (4 days ago)
    For some fans, baseball without Ichiro Suzuki just doesn’t make sense. He’s played for three teams in his 17-year MLB career, and most of those years were spent with the Seattle Mariners, with a two-and-a-half-year sojourn playing for the New York Yanke…
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  • Gillespie Has Late Tiebreaking RBI Single, Marlins Top Rays

    Gillespie Has Late Tiebreaking RBI Single, Marlins Top Rays

    nytimes.com MLB.com May 25 (5 days ago)
    Cole Gillespie had a late tiebreaking RBI single, Marcell Ozuna drove in two runs and the Miami Marlins beat the Tampa Bay Rays 4-3 on Wednesday night.
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  • Garton gets surprise callup; Beckham down

    Garton gets surprise callup; Beckham down

    MLB.com May 25 (5 days ago)
    Tampa Bay called up Ryan Garton from Triple-A Durham and sent down shortstop Tim Beckham prior to the club's game against the Marlins on Wednesday. To make room for Garton, Jake Goebbert was taken off the 40-man roster.
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  • Unlikely offense recharges Rays in win

    Unlikely offense recharges Rays in win

    MLB.com May 24 (6 days ago)
    Logan Morrison remained hot against his former club, as the left-handed-hitting first baseman had three hits, a walk and scored twice on Tuesday afternoon in Tampa Bay's 4-3 win over Miami at Marlins Park.
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  • Rays Hang On to Beat Marlins 4-3, Ending a 3-Game Slide

    Rays Hang On to Beat Marlins 4-3, Ending a 3-Game Slide

    nytimes.com May 24 (6 days ago)
    Jake Odorizzi was great at the start, and Alex Colome provided just as good a finish.
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  • Miami Marlins Sue Season Ticket Holders, Continue To Be The Wor…

    Miami Marlins Sue Season Ticket Holders, Continue To Be The Worst

    deadspin.com yahoo.com May 24 (6 days ago)
    Remember when the Miami Marlins sued Jonathan Vilma because he moved his barbecue restaurant out of the stadium after the Marlins screwed up his food and failed to deliver on their promise of a packed house and booming business? Well, now the Marlins ar…
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  • Ichiro Still Rules: Ichiro Suzuki should be making us sad. He’s…

    Ichiro Still Rules: Ichiro Suzuki should be making us sad. He’s 42 …

    deadspin.com MLB.com May 24 (6 days ago)
    Ichiro Suzuki should be making us sad. He’s 42 years old, a wisp of the player he used to be, and currently in year two of the Joe Montana-in-Kansas City phase of his career. An old-ass former star playing out his final days for a no-account team like t…
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  • Suzuki's 4 Hits Help Marlins Rally Past Rays 7-6

    Suzuki's 4 Hits Help Marlins Rally Past Rays 7-6

    nytimes.com May 23 (7 days ago)
    Ichiro Suzuki is rapidly pulling away from Wee Willie Keeler on the all-time hit list with the same approach made famous by the late Hall of Famer.
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  • Scherzer quiets Marlins as Nats take series

    Scherzer quiets Marlins as Nats take series

    When Max Scherzer is on his game, the Nationals are in capable hands. The ace once again was sharp, striking out eight over eight innings in an 8-2 win over Miami on Sunday afternoon at Marlins Park.
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  • Hit No. 2,955 moves Ichiro up all-time list

    Hit No. 2,955 moves Ichiro up all-time list

    MLB.com May 22
    Marlins outfielder Ichiro Suzuki in his first at-bat on Sunday followed Willie Keeler's famous motto: He hit it "where they ain't." Ichiro's single to center off Washington's Max Scherzer was career No. 2,955, which matched Keeler for 32nd all…
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  • Video - Giancarlo Stanton: Face Of The National League 03:45

    Giancarlo Stanton: Face Of The National League

    Mar 17
    Marlins right fielder Giancarlo Stanton's season was cut short after taking a pitch to the side of the face in September. Stanton steps back to the plate, unfazed -- with a new $325 million contract and a specially designed face shield.
  • Video - Stanton Hit By Pitch In Batting Practice 02:13

    Stanton Hit By Pitch In Batting Practice

    Feb 28
    Buster Olney and John Kruk react to Marlins slugger Giancarlo Stanton being hit by a pitch in live batting practice Saturday and explain why Stanton being hit in practice could be a good thing.
  • Video - Marlins Striving For A Championship 03:15

    Marlins Striving For A Championship

    Feb 27
    Marlins outfielder Giancarlo Stanton and second baseman Dee Gordon discuss expectations for this season and Stanton talks about stepping into the batter's box after last year's season-ending beaning.
  • Video - Marlins Improving, Need More Than Stanton 01:15

    Marlins Improving, Need More Than Stanton

    Feb 27
    If the Marlins want to contend for the division title, Curt Schilling and Buster Olney say they need help from more than just Giancarlo Stanton.