Livan Hernandez hoisting the 1997 World Series MVP Award trophy high above his head and proclaiming, “I love you Miami!” is one of the most memorable moments in Marlins’ history.
Marlins left fielder Marcell Ozuna is having one of the best first halves of any player in franchise history, and the All-Star voters are starting to take notice.
Facing Justin Bour with men on base is becoming a dangerous proposition for pitchers. Tanner Roark discovered that the hard way in the third inning on Monday night at Marlins Park.
A desperate situation called for a drastic decision, and Marlins manager Don Mattingly made it in the ninth inning on Sunday at SunTrust Park. With runners on the corners and one out, Miami went with an extra infielder in the hopes of turning a double play or having a play at the plate.
The Marlins welcome Justin Nicolino back to the rotation, as the Nationals look for Tanner Roark to get back on track. The two are matched on Monday in the series opener at 7:10 p.m. ET at Marlins Park.
Brandon Phillips has proven he has a knack for coming through in the clutch. Phillips’ ninth-inning single off Drew Steckenrider served as his second walk-off hit in less than 24 hours and gave the Braves a 5-4 win over the Marlins on Sunday afternoon at SunTrust Park.
Wearing the light-blue Father’s Day cap and uniform is close to the heart for Marlins outfield/baserunning coach Lorenzo Bundy.
Jose Urena has provided the Marlins with quality innings since being fully inserted into the starting rotation on May 7. He looks to keep it going in the series finale against the Braves at 1:35 p.m. ET on Sunday afternoon at SunTrust Park.
A quick decision and an off-the-mark throw underlined a game of missed chances for the Marlins in their 8-7 loss in 10 innings to the Braves on Saturday at SunTrust Park.
Brandon Phillips fueled a ninth-inning rally against A.J. Ramos, then induced further damage off the Marlins’ closer with a 10th-inning walk-off single that enabled the Braves to overcome a five-run fifth inning and claim a 8-7 win Saturday afternoon at SunTrust Park.
Justin Bour returned from the disabled list in authoritative fashion and Dan Straily quieted a surging Braves offense as the Marlins soured Sean Newcomb’s second career start on the way to claiming a 5-0 win Friday night at SunTrust Park.
Cubs manager Joe Maddon, who will manage the National League team in the All-Star Game next month, met with Major League Baseball officials on Wednesday to discuss the event, and he said he’s invited Marlins skipper Don Mattingly to be on the coaching staff.