3:14 PM EDT, Mon May 22, 2017
Los Angeles Times

Dodgers cruise to 7-2 win over Marlins but lose Justin Turner to hamstring injury

A relatively smooth ride through an eventual 7-2 victory over the Miami Marlins took a troubling turn for the Dodgers Thursday night when their best hitter, Justin Turner, left the game because of a right hamstring injury in the seventh inning. Turner, who is batting .379 with 17 RBIs and is tied...

South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Dan Straily not expected to miss a start; Marlins sign World Series hero

Perhaps Marlins manager Don Mattingly should’ve gone to medical school with all of the injury updates he’s asked to give on a daily basis. At least Tuesday’s prognosis for starting pitcher Dan Straily was a positive one, with Mattingly and Straily saying they expect the right-hander to make his...

South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Marlins' Junichi Tazawa blows lead after Dan Straily exits with potential injury in loss to Astros

Junichi Tazawa hung his head and blew out a big breath as he walked off the field Monday night, boos raining down and lead gone in an instant. Miami Marlins manager Don Mattingly had trusted him with a slim lead and the sixth inning against the Houston Astros. Tazawa responded with an erratic series...

Grand Rapids Press

Tigers sign veteran OF Matt den Dekker to minor-league deal

den Dekker, 29, will help replace Juan Carlos Perez, who is out after recently undergoing hand surgery. DETROIT -- The Detroit Tigers signed free-agent outfielder Matt den Dekker Tuesday and assigned him to Triple-A Toledo. den Dekker, 29, will help replace Juan Carlos Perez, who is out after recently undergoing hand surgery. A left-handed batter, den Dekker has had stints with the New York Mets, Washington Nationals and Miami Marlins organizations. In 154 big-league games, he's hit .236 with seven home runs and 29 RBIs.  He was most recently with Triple-A...

South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Marlins' Mike Aviles joins big league team quicker than expected, feels strong after offseason surgery

When the Miami Marlins signed utilityman Mike Aviles late last week, it seemed like a quality depth signing. After the ensuing series of injuries to Miami infielders, it seems like incredible foresight. Aviles joined the Marlins in time for their Friday game against the Atlanta Braves. He spent...

South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Marlins add veteran Mike Aviles to bolster injury riddled infield

The revolving door in the Miami Marlins’ infield continued Friday, this time with a reinforcement in the addition of veteran utilityman Mike Aviles. The Marlins selected the contract of Aviles, who was signed to a minor league contract last weekend, to bolster an area that has been beset with injuries....

South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Marlins lose Miguel Rojas to broken thumb; Ozuna hobbled

A bad day for the Miami Marlins took a turn for the worse late Monday when it was learned that infielder Miguel Rojas has a broken right thumb. Marlins manager Don Mattingly said surgery is possible, which could jeopardize the remainder of the season for the versatile Venezuelan. “More good news,”...

South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Mattingly addresses Conley's woes, Rojas' injury

Marlins manager Don Mattingly had a gloomy postgame report Monday, with the biggest blow being a broken thumb for infielder Miguel Rojas.

Cardinal Beat | St. Louis Post Dispatch

Sierra gets another start for Cards

Fowler sits out again with shoulder injury. Martinez seeks second win as he faces Marlins.

South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Mental consistency the key to Giancarlo Stanton's hot start

Frank Menechino, the Miami Marlins’ assistant hitting coach, has worked with Giancarlo Stanton for four seasons now, through slumps and a Home Run Derby title and injuries and scorching-hot stretches that nearly won Stanton an NL MVP award. But this month, as Stanton has started off with another...

Amazin Avenue

Mets vs. Nationals recap: Mets swept, but Conforto shines

The Mets lost their fourth straight and got swept by the Nationals. Things have not been going well for the New York Mets in the last week or so. Coming into Sunday night, they had lost seven of their last eight games to the division-rival Marlins, Phillies, and Nationals and had been without Travis d’Arnaud, Yoenis Cespedes, Lucas Duda, and Wilmer Flores due to injuries. And Sunday night did little to remedy those problems, as the Mets were once again bested by the Nationals to finish off a clean three-game sweep. It was the Mets’ fourth-consecutive loss. Things got...

Chicago Tribune

Joe Maddon weighs in on removal of Wei-Yin Chen during no-hit bid

The Marlins' Wei-Yin Chen threw seven no-hit innings Tuesday in Seattle before manager Don Mattingly yanked him after 100 pitches and the Marlins gave up a hit with two outs in the ninth. Mattingly was unapologetic over the decision, citing Chen's return from an injury from 2016. "He has been healthy,...