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Jeffrey Loria will reportedly spend about $16 million more next year to keep the improved Marlins improving. And Samson cant wait to talk contract with Stanton… http://www.miamiherald.com/sports/mlb/miami-marlins/article2315988.html

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Swimmer Michael Phelps apologizes after arrest on DUI charges

Michael Phelps was arrested early Tuesday in Baltimore, charged for the second time in 10 years with drunken driving. The charge comes five months after the record-setting Olympian's return to competition.

Next goal for Marlins: 'That next 10 wins'

The Marlins took a big step going from 62 to 77 victories, but the 10-plus wins they'll need from this point to make it back to the playoffs are the difficult ones.The magic number in the National League this season was 88. That's the victory total the wild card-winning Giants and Pirates reached to qualify for the playoffs.

Marlins: What went right, what didn't, and what's next?

Plenty went right and wrong for the Miami Marlins in 2014. What does the offseason hold for an organization on the come?The Marlins are not playing into October, which in the eyes of every front office constitutes failure. Yet President of Baseball Operations Michael Hill can take solace in that the team got better — a lot better.

Marlins on opposite end of season-ending no-hitter

A year after Henderson Alvarez no-hit the Tigers in the 2013 finale, Ryan Zimmermann of the NL East champion Washington Nationals no-hit the Marlins at Nationals Park Sunday.WASHINGTON The Marlins' relievers reveled as they watched the ball head their way, anticipating it would find grass and roll toward them. What happened instead silenced the visitors' bullpen and prompted the rest of Nationals Park to erupt in appreciation of a historic season finale Sunday.

Marlins, Redmond agree to contract extension through 2017

President David Samson announced Sunday afternoon the club and second-year manager Mike Redmond had agreed to a contract extension through 2017.WASHINGTON As has been the case at or around season's end, the Marlins made a significant personnel announcement. This one had a much different tenor than years past.

Miami Marlins: A roster breakdown going into the offseason

The Marlins might have as many as seven players eligible for arbitration this offseason. Among them: first-timers Nathan Eovaldi and Henderson Alvarez, second-timers Giancarlo Stanton, Steve Cishek and Mike Dunn, and five-plus arbitration-eligible third baseman Casey McGehee.

Marlins extend manager Mike Redmond through 2017

WASHINGTON -- The Marlins extended manager Mike Redmond through the 2017 season on Sunday, adding one year to his existing contract. "You talk about continuity and you talk about stability, and that's something (owner Jeffrey Loria) really wants for this...

Nationals stifle Marlins for second time in three games

Stephen Strasburg and three relievers combined to hold the Marlins to an unearned run on four hits.WASHINGTON – As manager Mike Redmond has pointed out, it seems every team every season has that one pitcher who doesn't get any run support. Nathan Eovaldi has been that guy not just in 2014, but pretty much since he joined the Marlins midway through 2012.

Marlins notes: Hernandez's slam highlights big night for September call-ups

Kike Hernandez, J.T. Realmuto and Justin Bour — all of whom were promoted earlier this month once rosters could be expanded — went a combined 7 for 11 with seven runs and 10 RBI in Friday night's 15-7 win.Kike Hernandez doesn't consider himself much of a long ball threat, so any time he deposits a pitch over the wall is special. In the ninth inning Friday night, he squared up a Craig Stammen pitch that left the yard.

Sunday season finale: Marlins at Nationals, 1:35 p.m.

Henderson Alvarez looking for 13th win in Miami Marlins' season finale.

Miami Marlins reach 22-hit mark for eighth time in club history Friday night

The Marlins for the eighth time in franchise history totaled 22 or more hits during Friday night’s 15-7 win over the Nationals. Somewhat surprisingly, none of the games in which they’ve reached that plateau has been extra innings.

2nd place would be no small consolation to Marlins

WASHINGTON -- Don't tell the Marlins second place doesn't count for anything. They're not ashamed to admit they'll gladly accept finishing in the runner-up's spot in the National League East, even with a losing record. The Marlins entered Saturday tied...

Marlins ride late-arriving offense to doubleheader split

Fresh off getting shut out on three hits, the Marlins came back under the lights and totaled 15 runs on a season-high 22 hits in victory.WASHINGTON – The Marlins totaled more than two games worth of hits Friday. That wasn't altogether unexpected, considering they played the Nationals twice. The peculiar part was the distribution.

Marlins notes: Cosart walk-a-thon sinks club in matinee make-up game

Jarred Cosart issued eight walks – one shy of matching the club record – over his season-ending five-game performance Friday.WASHINGTON – Jarred Cosart Thursday afternoon nearly matched a Marlins' single-game record, and not the good kind.

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