Marlins’ relievers drawing trade interest

The Citrus Series may not be significantly swaying the divisional standings, but it has captured the attention of contending clubs. At least a dozen scouts have been at the three-game set between the Marlins and the Rays at Tropicana Field. They are mainly focused on pitchers for both teams.… Read More
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Lopez cruises, helps Marlins win fourth straight

Pablo Lopez delivered the best start of his young career and helped the Marlins top the Rays on Saturday. Lopez allowed just three hits and one earned run, a solo shot to Joey Wendle. Cameron Maybin added an insurance homer in the seventh for Miami, giving Kyle Barraclough enough breathing room to close out the game despite giving up a moon shoot to Ji-Man Choi in the ninth.… Read More
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Marlins’ 5-run 7th secures wild one at The Trop

Tropicana Field was treated to a pitchers' duel early, as Dan Straily and Nathan Eovaldi matched efforts in a tie game through six innings. But Derek Dietrich's second homer of the night propelled a five-run seventh inning for Miami. Mallex Smith's three-run triple in the ninth made things interesting until Daniel Robertson struck out with two runners on to end the game.… Read More
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Brinson out several weeks with bone bruise

Lewis Brinson's tenure on the disabled list is going to last longer than initially anticipated. The Marlins announced on Friday the rookie center field is dealing with a right hip bone bruise, and he will be out several more weeks.… Read More
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Marlins walk off in 12th, take 2 of 3 from Crew

Starlin Castro singled home Garrett Cooper in the bottom of the 12th as the Marlins topped the Brewers 5-4 in the series finale on Wednesday. Dan Straily allowed one earned run in six innings, striking out seven for the Marlins, who won two of three. Jesus Aguilar, who won the Camping World MLB All-Star Final Vote for the last spot on the NL All-Star roster, went 3-for-5 with three RBIs for the Brewers.… Read More
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Quartet of Marlins relievers drawing interest

Less than three weeks until the non-waiver Trade Deadline, the Marlins are fielding calls on a number of players, and the organization is more willing to deal players closer to free agency than those still under team control. The Marlins are receiving plenty of calls on reliever Brad Ziegler, a ground-ball specialist, and closer Kyle Barraclough. Lefty Adam Conley and to a lesser degree, rookie right-hander Drew Steckenrider are also attracting attention.… Read More
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Realmuto rips 5 of Miami’s 22 hits in rout

The Marlins on Sunday discovered the path to success against the Nationals. It was going from station to station. J.T. Realmuto had five hits and drove in three runs, and the Marlins used a 22-hit attack -- with 20 of them being singles -- to trip up the Nationals, 10-2, claiming the finale of a rough weekend series at Nationals Park.… Read More
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Marlins lose on historic night for Reynolds, Nats

Starlin Castro and J.T. Realmuto connected on back-to-back home runs off Nationals ace Max Scherzer on Saturday. But, overall, the more damaging big blasts were provided by Mark Reynolds, who had a historic night, belting two home runs and driving in 10 in Washington's 18-4 rout of Miami at Nationals Park.… Read More
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