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Mets rally in ninth to top Marlins, 3-1

Mets rally in ninth to top Marlins, 3-1

Mets starter Dillon Gee needed just 70 pitches to complete 7 2/3 innings Monday at Marlins Park. He also record 15 of 23 outs on the ground.
New York Daily News 39 mins ago

Murphy’s 3-run home run saves Mets in 3-1 win over Marlins

It was a night of redemption for the Mets as Daniel Murphy and Dillon Gee led them to a 3-1 victory.
Mets 360 28 mins ago

Gut Reaction: Mets 3 Marlins 1 (4/27/15)

Daniel Murphy’s 3-run homer in the top of the 9th gave the Mets a most improbable and much needed win in the series opener in Miami. The Mets arrived in Florida at 4:30 AM and the offense showed it. Through…Read more →Related Posts:Gut Reaction: Mets 3 Braves...
MetsBlog 50 mins ago

Gee dominant until eighth, Mets rally in ninth to beat Marlins

The Mets (15-5) scored three runs in the ninth inning to defeat the Marlins (8-12) by the score of 3-1 on Monday night in Miami. Dillon Gee was dominant and efficient until the eighth inning, having thrown just 59 pitches …

Marlins cut Saltalamacchia, on hook for remaining $14.2 million on contract

MIAMI Catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia's playing days with his hometown team are over.
Full Count | WEEI 5 hours ago

Jarrod Saltalamacchia designated for assignment; Red Sox don’t appear interested

In a surprise move, the Miami Marlins have designated catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia for assignment. The 29-year-old is in the second year of a three-year, $21 million deal with the Marlins. With $14.16 million left on his contract, it is expected Saltalamacchia will clear waivers. According to a major league source, the Red Sox are not […]

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Miami Marlins: Loria endorses Redmond, but timing leaves something to be desired

All it took was five straight wins, including a three-game sweep of the NL East Division favorite Washington Nationals, for owner Jeffrey Loria to throw a wet towel over what last week he termed ‘palace intrigue.’

Hechavarria extends hit streak to nine games

Dee Gordon has been hitting well of late. So have Giancarlo Stanton and Ichiro Suzuki.

Marlins pick up first sweep of season with win over Nationals

Throughout three incredibly frustrating weeks, the Marlins have been adamant.

Hyde: Marlins play like team they want to be

You want one symbolic moment, just one, for how suddenly and completely the stench has left the Marlins, the questions left the season and the future of manager Mike Redmond stopped being discussed in terms of hours?

Marlins notes: Ichiro acknowleged for passing icon's run record

As is the case with many records, the player is among the last to know he's actually chasing it.

Ichiro aids Marlins as he nears Japanese runs record

The recurring question during the Marlins’ spring training involved the curious case of Ichiro.

Hechavarria heats up on torrid trip

Adeiny Hechavarria conducts most interviews in Spanish with the aid of a translator. But he had no trouble articulating his feelings in clear English about the windy, 49-degree weather Thursday at Citizens Bank Park.

Marlins end tumultuous trip with laugher in Philly

For all the hand-wringing, soul-searching and "palace intrigue," the Marlins concluded a tumultuous three-city trip Thursday as they began it, by winning a series.

Miami Marlins hold odd distinction -- for now

PHILADELPHIA -- In their error-filled 6-1 victory on Wednesday, the Marlins became the first team in 40 years to score as many as six runs while registering one RBI or less. But they're out to change a key scoring ruling,...

Phillies' flubs help Marlins end skid

For a rare night, karma took a seat in the Marlins' dugout.

Recurring back injury a concern for Yelich

A Marlins team struggling for consistent production on offense has been further hamstrung by a recurring injury to one of its most important hitters.

Hyde: Marlins front office - not just Redmond - has some blame

If he walks like a lame duck and is talked about like a lame duck, then Mike Redmond is a lame duck, especially since he's the manager of the Marlins, a job you take knowing full well who you work for.

Marlins' Yelich expects to be out a few days; DL a possibility

An early season slump was perplexing to Christian Yelich, but a recurring back problem has the Marlins’ Gold Glove left-fielder at a standstill.

Marlins Player News

  • Ichiro Suzuki

    Ichiro Suzuki

    RT @BBTN: History! Today, Ichiro scored his 1,968th run, which is the most ever by a Japanese player. http://t.co/bSohTJruJs

  • Giancarlo Stanton

    Giancarlo Stanton

    Hechavarria extends hit streak to nine games

  • Jarred Cosart

    Jarred Cosart

    Marlins' Cosart finally gets to pitch at Citizens Bank Park

  • Mat Latos

    Mat Latos

    Latos better this time, but Braves top Marlins again

  • Jose Fernandez

    Jose Fernandez

    Padres News: Jedd Gyorko Getting Better, Or Losing His Job?

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