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South Florida Sun-Sentinel

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.

Newsday

Travis d'Arnaud, Jerry Blevins suffer fractures in Mets' eighth straight win

The Mets lost two key players to injury during Sunday's 7-6 victory over the Marlins at Citi Field that extended their win streak to eight games.

Tampa Bay Times

Rays' Chris Archer hoping to get pitch count up

TORONTO — RHP Chris Archer takes the mound tonight against the Blue Jays hoping to pitch as well as he did Saturday in seven dominant innings against the Marlins. And to pitch more.

Fish Bytes | Miami Herald

Henderson Alvarez headed to DL with shoulder injury; Carter Capps on his way up

The news could have been worse -- much worse -- for the Marlins. As it now stands, Henderson Alvarez will be placed on the 15-day disabled list with a shoulder injury after results of MRI's performed Monday were "inconclusive," according...

Tampa Bay Times

Karns, DeJesus help Rays beat Marlins, get to .500

MIAMI — Rookie Nathan Karns delivered a strong start and veteran David DeJesus provided the big hit and a highlight-reel catch as the Rays beat the Marlins 8-4 Sunday.

South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Marlins survive to beat Rays 10-9 for first win of the season

This wild one seemingly had a little bit of everything for the Marlins.

Tampa Bay Times

Rays struggle on mound in loss to Marlins

On Zombie Night, an offbeat idea ends in a Rays pitching meltdown.

Tampa Bay Times

Rays get creative in lineup for Marlins series opener

MIAMI — The Rays said they would be creative in handling their pitching staff in the absence of several injured starters. And they definitely are doing so for tonight's game against the Marlins, announcing late Thursday that reliever Steve Geltz would make the first start of his eight-year pro career.

Tampa Bay Times

Rays: off day

Today: Off Next game: 7:10 p.m. Friday, at Marlins

Washington Post

The most-watched injury in Majors

If the Marlins hang around in the National League East through the all-star break — and don’t laugh, that’s possible — they may be best positioned to improve without even making a trade. Team officials have been encouraged by the progress of ace lefty Jose Fernandez, and while they won’t put a timetable on his potential return from Tommy John surgery — he was due to throw breaking pitches off a mound sometime toward the end of spring — they aren’t shying away from the help he could bring. This will not be, they said, a Stephen Strasburg shutdown situation.Read full article >>

Fish Bytes | Miami Herald

Aaron Crow expects to undergo season-ending Tommy John surgery

JUPITER -- The Marlins had managed to avoid serious injury throughout spring training. But their run of good fortune appears over. Right-handed reliever Aaron Crow said Wednesday he expects to undergo season-ending Tommy John surgery. Though he added he'll seek...

Fish Tank | Palm Beach Post

Marlins reliever Aaron Crow expected to undergo season-ending Tommy John surgery

JUPITER — Aaron Crow’s sore elbow was worse than he thought. The Marlins right-handed reliever was diagnosed with a torn ligament and is expected to undergo season-ending Tommy John surgery. Crow, 28, last appeared in a game on Saturday and felt discomfort on Sunday. When treatment was not helping an MRI was scheduled for Monday and the diagnosis was made. Crow has never had an issue with his throwing arm. “I was ...

Fish Bytes | Miami Herald

Redmond on Crow injury: "The depth we have now covers us"

JUPITER -- Losing a quality relief pitcher with major league experience to a season-ending injury on the final day of spring training can be a disastrous problem for some managers. The Marlins, though, appear to be in good shape to...

Mets Blog | ESPN New York

Rafael Montero pushing Dillon Gee for rotation spot

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. -- Since Zack Wheeler learned he needed Tommy John surgery, New York Mets officials largely have presumed they would give Dillon Gee the fifth starter’s job, with fellow contender Rafael Montero working in the bullpen to begin the year. But Montero has pitched so well, including six scoreless innings Monday against the Miami Marlins, he is starting to complicate the original plan. “I’m not sure that has changed," general manager Sandy Alderson said about Gee claiming the rotation spot, "but Montero has done everything he possibly can to change that presumption.

Houston Chronicle

L.J. Hoes hit on wrist, may need X-rays

JUPITER, Fla. — Astros outfielder L.J. Hoes was hit on the right wrist by a pitch from Marlins righty Aaron Crow in the top of the eighth inning Saturday. Hoes was in clear pain and was removed from the game. Manager A.J. Hinch said Hoes would go for an X-ray if needed but one was […]

Fish Bytes | Miami Herald

Marlins ace Jose Fernandez likely a month away from facing hitters

KISSIMMEE -- Jose Fernandez's return from Tommy John surgery hasn't hit any speed bumps yet and if things continue to progress as they have he'll likely begin facing live hitters in about a month. "There are X amount of bullpens...

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