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Nationals Journal | Washington Post

Nationals-Marlins lineups

Anthony Rendon is leading off for the fifth straight time and sixth time this season while Denard Span is out with a concussion. He is hitting .345 (19 for 55) this season, but .300 (6 for 20) with a .364 on-base percentage from the leadoff spot. Jose Lobaton, who has started only twice in the […]

Washington Post

Nats Journal: Nationals-Marlins lineups

Anthony Rendon is leading off for the fifth straight time and sixth time this season while Denard Span is out with a concussion. He is hitting .345 (19 for 55) this season, but .300 (6 for 20) with a .364 on-base percentage from the leadoff spot. Jose Lobaton, who has started only twice in the past six games, is starting and catching Tanner Roark. Read full article >>

Miami Herald

Miami Marlins’ Rafael Furcal plays in his first minor-league rehab game

Rafael Furcal, signed for $3.5 million to be the Marlins second baseman in 2014, played in his first minor-league rehab game Monday night after starting the season on the disabled list with a hamstring injury.

Fish Bytes | Miami Herald

Dietrich remains out of lineup with back spasms; Stanton HR video

PHILADELPHIA -- Second base has been a cursed position for the Marlins so far this season. With Rafael Furcal and utility infielder Ed Lucas already on the disabled list, the Marlins are now dealing with a minor back injury to...

The Phillies Files | Morning Call

Burnett frustrated after injury

A.J. Burnett left Friday's game with groin soreness and will be re-evaluated Saturday. (Jim Cowsert/USA TODAY Sports File Photo) The Phillies ended their four-game losing streak Friday night by beating the Miami Marlins, but an injury to their starting pitcher put a damper on things. A.J. Burnett left the game...

Miami Herald

Miami Marlins’ Jacob Turner out with shoulder injury; Brad Hand takes his place

Starting pitcher Jacob Turner, who isn’t employed in the majors because of his bat, was placed on the 15-day disabled list Wednesday — one day after injuring his throwing shoulder while practicing his swing.

South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Marlins notes: Shoulder strain lands Turner on disabled list

The Marlins on Wednesday placed Jaocb Turner on the disabled list and recalled right-hander Arquimedes Caminero from Triple-A New Orleans.Starting pitchers going on the disabled list with shoulder strains generally are unwelcome developments. At least the Marlins and Jacob Turner can take some solace in that his injury was not the result of throwing the baseball.

Nationals Journal | Washington Post

Nationals-Marlins discussion thread: Game 8

Jordan Zimmermann will carry a 1.80 ERA to the mound for his third start of the season against left-hander Brad Hand, who is making a spot start. Right-hander Jacob Turner, originally scheduled to start, landed on the disabled list after he suffered a freak injury during batting practice yesterday. Talk about the game right here.

Washington Post

Nats Journal: Nationals-Marlins discussion thread: Game 8

Jordan Zimmermann will carry a 1.80 ERA to the mound for his third start of the season against left-hander Brad Hand, who is making a spot start. Right-hander Jacob Turner, originally scheduled to start, landed on the disabled list after he suffered a freak injury during batting practice yesterday. Read full article >>

Nats Insider | CSN Washington

Around the NL East: Marlins see Nats as early season test

ATLANTA BRAVES Despite a rash of pitching injuries during spring training, the Braves have opened the 2014 season looking like they haven’t skipped a beat. They took two of three against both the Brewers and Nationals this past week, and now head back home to face the Mets with free agent signing Ervin Santana set…

CSN Washington

State of the Nats: Impressions from the first week

The Nationals avoided the sweep on Sunday, but moving forward there are plenty of injury situations to watch. They also have the upstart Marlins coming to town.

Miami Herald

Miami Marlins’ Adeiny Hechavarria opening eyes

The 24-year-old shortstop, off to a red-hot start, still has a lot to prove before he permanently solidifies a spot there. But with veteran second baseman Rafael Furcal still trying to fight his way back from a hamstring injury (he will begin extended spring training on Monday and probably won’t be back with the big-league team until the end of the month), Hechavarria has an opportunity to make an impression over the next few weeks.

Miami Herald

Miami Marlins’ Adeiny Hechavarria opening eyes

The 24-year-old shortstop, off to a red-hot start, still has a lot to prove before he permanently solidifies a spot there. But with veteran second baseman Rafael Furcal still trying to fight his way back from a hamstring injury (he will begin extended spring training on Monday and probably won’t be back with the big-league team until the end of the month), Hechavarria has an opportunity to make an impression over the next few weeks.

Miami Herald

Marlins' Lucas to have hand surgery

Miami Marlins infielder Ed Lucas is scheduled to undergo surgery to repair a broken left hand on Wednesday.

Denver Post

Rockies' Tyler Chatwood's hamstring injury is called "minor"

The Rockies breathed a sigh of relief Saturday morning. Right-handed starter Tyler Chatwood called his hamstring injury "minor" and said he intends to make his first regular-season start Wednesday in Miami against the Marlins.

Florida Marlins Blog | South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Miami Marlins: Franchise worth half a billion according to Forbes

In its annual valuations of Major League Baseball franchises , Forbes lists the Marlins' worth at $500 million. That's 27th out of the 30 teams, ahead of only the Athletics ($95 million), Royals ($490 million) and Rays ($485 million).

Cardinal Beat | St. Louis Post Dispatch

Motte to pitch in minor league game

Reliever continues comeback from 2013 surgery. Wacha to make last Florida start. Marlins are 5-0 vs. Cardinals.

South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Lucas injury makes Solano demotion short-lived

The Marlins optioned Donovan Solano to Triple-A New Orleans Thursday morning only to recall him when Ed Lucas suffered a nondisplaced fracture in his left hand.JUPITER – A dejected Donovan Solano departed the Marlins' minor league complex in street clothes Thursday morning. Team officials had just informed him he would be opening the season at Triple-A New Orleans. About six hours later, Solano learned his season-opening assignment had changed.

Grand Rapids Press

Marlins 8, Tigers 4: Danny Worth hits three-run home run; Don Kelly leaves with hamstring injury

Kelly started at first base but was replaced by Worth to start the third inning. The Tigers said Kelly suffered a left hamstring injury and will be reevaluated Monday. Miguel Cabrera reacts to fans calling his name Sunday prior to the game between the Detroit Tigers and the Miami Marlins. Cabrera started at third base.AP Photo LAKELAND, Fla. -- The hits just kept coming. Several of them were off starter Drew Smyly. Another one was to the overall health of the Detroit Tigers. Danny Worth also had one. Smyly surrendered a pair of home runs, Don Kelly left with an...

Mets Blog | ESPN New York

Murph remains sidelined

Daniel Murphy #28 2BNew York Mets 2013 STATS GM161 HR13 RBI78 R92 OBP.319 AVG.286 PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. -- Daniel Murphy, whom Terry Collins hoped would return to the lineup Saturday, is not on the trip to Jupiter to face the Miami Marlins. Murphy did not elaborate at his locker before returning to the training room for treatment. He has not played since Sunday due to a right calf injury.

Fish Bytes | Miami Herald

Injury updates: Furcal, Lucas and Dobbs; Hand to start Saturday

JUPITER -- Rafael Furcal says he thinks he'll be ready for Opening Day. But if his injured left hamstring continues to balk, the Marlins will turn to Plan B, which would be handing the starting duties at second to either...

MLB

TB@MIA: Loney goes yard to extend the Rays' lead

5/30/13: James Loney leads off the seventh with a solo homer off Ricky Nolasco that gives the Rays a 3-1 advantage over the Marlins Check out http://MLB.com/video for more! About MLB.com: Baseball Commissioner Allan H. (Bud) Selig announced on January 19