Giancarlo Stanton smashed a home run that cleared the batter’s eye in center field, but he still wasn’t the most productive player at PNC Park on Friday night. That title belonged to Miami first baseman Tyler Moore, who clobbered two home runs and drove in four runs in the Marlins’ 12-7 rout over the Pirates […]
With three of the first 51 overall picks, the Marlins are positioned to add impactful players early. Thanks to a Competitive Round A selection, Miami has the 13th, 36th and 51st choices.
With great anticipation, Giancarlo Stanton burst on the big league scene seven years ago with the reputation of launching awe-inspiring home runs in the Minors. Ever since, the three-time All-Star right fielder has been a force in the middle of the Marlins’ order.
Edinson Volquez has turned a negative into a positive, claiming the ankle injury he incurred in his no-hitter his last time out has improved his pitching. On Thursday night, the right-hander didn’t make no-hit history, but he made quick work of the Pirates in the Marlins’ 7-1 win at PNC Park.
Pirates manager Clint Hurdle has seen both sides of former Pirates right-hander Vance Worley. He’s witnessed times when Worley has frustrated opposing batters, but he’s also seen times when Worley has struggled. The Pirates are hoping for more of the latter when Worley and the Marlins square off against Pittsburgh right-hander Tyler Glasnow on Friday […]
There was no no-hitter hangover for Edinson Volquez on Thursday night. The Marlins right-hander followed up his 10-strikeout gem on Saturday with another scoreless outing against the Pirates, allowing just three hits over seven innings and leading Miami to a 7-1 win over Pittsburgh at PNC Park.
Coming off a no-hitter last time out, Edinson Volquez starts for the Marlins in the series opener against the Pirates. He’ll oppose Gerrit Cole, who hasn’t lasted more than five innings in any of his last three starts.
Marcell Ozuna and J.T. Realmuto homered, as the Marlins topped the Cubs, 6-5, on Wednesday to stave off a sweep and snap Chicago’s five-game winning streak.
Marlins manager Don Mattingly saw the play, but figured some things were better left unsaid. Moments after the Marlins notched a 6-5 win over the Cubs on Wednesday, Mattingly was asked about the wild-pitch, fielder’s-choice sequence that led to his team’s final run in the seventh inning.
S. Preston loves Major League ballparks like the rest of us, but he sees them a little differently. His minimalist sketches of them are being gradually offered here as original works in a special 30 Ballparks in 30 Days auction, his artwork is in the National Baseball Hall of Fame, and he will showcase his […]
Edgar Renteria and Charles Johnson, members of the 1997 World Series champion Florida Marlins, are returning to Miami to manage the World Team and U.S. Team, respectively, during the SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game on July 9 at Marlins Park.