1:23 AM EDT, Mon May 25, 2015
South Florida Sun-Sentinel

After brutal start, Marlins win last two of 10-game homestand

— After managing a one-run 13-inning win late Saturday night to snap their eight-game losing streak, the Marlins expressed hope that that victory would be the spark they needed to get back on track after an emotional, eventful stretch that included injuries to key starters and a managerial change.

Baltimore Sun

Injuries shelve Marlins pitchers Henderson Alvarez, Mat Latos

The day began with a report that Marlins top starter Henderson Alvarez may have been pitching with a partially torn ligament in his elbow.

Los Angeles Times

Dodgers fall 5-4 to Marlins; Pedro Baez leaves game with injury

Not every Dodgers game will end with a dramatic comeback, or a blowout victory or with the surprising bullpen coming through in the clutch.

Newsday

Mets bullpen has rare misstep in loss to Marlins

Injuries have ravaged the Mets' bullpen, which until Tuesday night had not blinked. But in a 4-3 loss to the Marlins, setup man Carlos Torres couldn't come through.

Newark Star-Ledger

Why is Rafael Montero starting today vs. Miami Marlins? Because of Matt Harvey

Harvey was set to pitch his first season after Tommy John surgery the prior October and the Mets wanted to limit his innings throughout the 2015 season

Nationals Buzz | MASN Sports

Matt of Matt's Bats: No way around it, injuries have hurt Nationals

It's been a tough week for Nationals fans. Following a series loss against the Cardinals, the Nats arrived in Miami to face the Marlins. Even though Miami has one of the best sluggers in baseball, Giancarlo Stanton, who is just...

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