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Fish Bytes | Miami Herald

Giancarlo Stanton recovery going slowly; Jose Fernandez aiming for 16-0 at Marlins Park

It is looking more and more that Giancarlo Stanton won’t return to the lineup within the 4-to-6 week timeframe that was first projected following surgery for a broken hamate bone in his left hand. It will be five weeks Sunday...

Washington Post

With roster evolving around him, Bryce Harper homers twice to lead Nationals past Marlins

MIAMI — As the trade deadline nears and the stretch run begins, the Washington Nationals are adjusting. A new face arrived Wednesday. Perhaps more are coming. Old faces have returned from injury. More are coming. The now-healthy lineup looks different than it did during the first half of the season. The reconfigured bullpen has a new closer, so the old ninth-inning man must accept his eighth-inning fate. Read full article >>

Fish Bytes | Miami Herald

Henderson Alvarez undergoes shoulder surgery, out for season

Marlins manager Dan Jennings said starter Henderson Alvarez underwent shoulder surgery Tuesday in Pensacola, effectively ending the former All-Star's season. The 25-year old Alvarez, who pitched a no-hitter in 2013, went 0-4 with a 6.45 ERA this season before going...

Washington Post

Nats Journal: Tonight’s Nationals-Marlins lineups

The Nationals try to bounce back after losing three out of four in Pittsburgh, and do so against another ace in 10 days full of them, Marlins’ right-hander Jose Fernandez. Fernandez is 3-0 in four starts since returning from Tommy John surgery, pitching to a 2.77 ERA with 32 strikeouts in 26 innings.Read full article >>

South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Marlins at Midseason: Underperformance, injuries sour expectations

Even the Miami Marlins' best story lines had sour endings in a star-crossed first half of a season that seemed snakebitten from the onset.

Cincinnati.com

Reds get shut out in Miami

Fernandez, in second start since returning from Tommy John surgery, threw seven dominant innings in the Miami Marlins 2-0 over the Reds before a crowd of 25,027 at Marlin Park.