Rejuvenated Richards ends home slate in style

Trevor Richards closed out the home slate at Marlins Park with a dominant effort vs. the Reds. Richards struck out nine batters over seven scoreless innings, receiving plenty of run support thanks to a four-run third inning capped by Chad Wallach's first career home run. Wallach and Brian Anderson notched three hits apiece as part of a 14-hit Marlins attack. Reds starter Michael Lorenzen allowed nine of those hits in just four innings. Miami's bullpen chipped in with three innings to finish off the shutout against Cincinnati.… Read More
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Marlins walk off on Reds after Chen’s gem

The Marlins walked off on the Reds in a tightly contested pitchers' duel at Marlins Park. Wei-Yin Chen continued his home dominance with seven scoreless frames, striking out eight batters while walking none. Former Marlins prospect Luis Castillo was up to the task for Cincinnati, going 8 1/3 scoreless before leaving with two runners on in the ninth. The Marlins were unable to capitalize there, but Isaac Galloway came up with a game-winning double -- the first walk-off hit of his career -- in the 10th inning.… Read More
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Jeter addresses state of Marlins, plans for ’19

Marlins chief executive officer Derek Jeter addressed the media on Thursday afternoon, touching on a wide range of topics that included the managerial status of Don Mattingly in 2019, All-Star catcher J.T. Realmuto and the organization's interest in Cuban outfield sensation Victor Victor Mesa.… Read More
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Youngsters pave way as Marlins battle back

The young Marlins, led by clutch hits from Lewis Brinson and Magneuris Sierra, mounted an impressive late-game rally against the Nationals' 'pen. Washington jumped to an early lead on homers by Victor Robles and Anthony Rendon, who extended his on-base streak to an NL-best 26 games. Starlin Castro put the game away with a 423-foot blast in the eighth inning.… Read More
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Marlins-Mets rained out; twin bill Wednesday

Inclement weather has disrupted the Marlins' schedule yet again. Unrelenting rain prompted the postponement of Monday's series opener between the Mets and Marlins at Citi Field. The game is scheduled to be made up as part of a doubleheader on Wednesday, with the first game scheduled for 4:10 p.m. ET.… Read More
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Alcantara stymies Phillies in return to Majors

Prospect Sandy Alcantara pitched seven-plus scoreless innings in his second big league start as the Marlins captured the series over the Phillies. Fellow rookie Austin Dean drove in both of Miami's runs. Philadelphia, chasing Atlanta in the National League East, stranded two runners in the ninth inning.… Read More
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Brinson, Alcantara to get callup in September

The Marlins haven't fully decided on how many players will be added when rosters expand in September, but manager Don Mattingly on Sunday confirmed two rookies who project into the long-term plans of the organization will be heading to the big leagues.… Read More
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