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Marlins are last in HRs, but surging lately

Club has 11 home runs in past 7 games
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WASHINGTON -- The Marlins' six-game winning streak ended with Friday night’s 12-10 loss to the Nationals, but their recent power surge did not. Brian Anderson, Curtis Granderson and Jorge Alfaro went deep to extend the Marlins’ home run streak to seven games, their longest stretch since a nine-game streak in

Marlins' win streak comes to frustrating end

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WASHINGTON -- The Marlins appeared to be on the way to their seventh consecutive win on multiple occasions Friday night before losing a late lead and falling to the Nationals 12-10. Miami hitters provided leads of 4-1, 8-4 and finally 9-8, but Marlins pitchers surrendered each of them. “You start

Marlins call up Holaday, Wallach to 10-day IL

May 24, 2019

WASHINGTON -- The Marlins placed back-up catcher Chad Wallach on the 10-day injured list (retroactive to May 22) with a concussion on Friday and selected catcher Bryan Holaday from Triple-A New Orleans. Wallach was injured during Tuesday’s 5-4 11-inning win against the Tigers. “It was a foul ball. He got

Cooper grand slam in 9th saves Marlins' streak

Dramatic win is Miami's sixth in a row, and their second straight sweep
May 23, 2019

DETROIT -- What was shaping up as potentially a final plate appearance in Detroit for Curtis Granderson ended up being another breakthrough moment for Garrett Cooper. Cooper connected on a two-out grand slam in the ninth inning off Shane Greene that propelled the Marlins to an improbable 5-2 comeback victory

Friday's top prospect performers

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Here's a look at Friday's top Minor League performers from each team's Top 30 Prospects list:

Here are all 30 clubs' reps for the 2019 Draft

May 23, 2019

Eighteen former Major League All-Stars — including three Hall of Famers, two Most Valuable Players, two batting champions and two Cy Young Award winners — are among the baseball luminaries scheduled to represent the 30 clubs at Major League Baseball’s 2019 Draft, it was announced Thursday. Amateur players who will

Here's the latest mock draft for the full 1st round

May 23, 2019

Who will go first in the 2019 MLB Draft? Nearly all scouting directors not picking No. 1 overall believe that Oregon State catcher Adley Rutschman is the obvious best choice for the pick. And most believe he will end up being taken by Baltimore. But there’s still an alternative narrative:

Guerrero looks for consistency in clutch

Marlins top execs scouting top prospects at SEC Tournament
May 23, 2019

DETROIT -- When Drew Steckenrider went on the injured list with a right flexor strain in early May, it opened an opportunity for Tayron Guerrero to be used more in high-leverage situations. The hard-throwing right-hander continues lighting up the tracking devices with his four-seam fastball that averages 98.6 mph. But

Cooper’s 1st HR sparks Miami to 5th straight win

Marlins plate six unanswered runs to back Urena's quality start
May 22, 2019

DETROIT -- Not since his playing days for Double-A Trenton -- on Aug. 30, 2017, to be exact -- has Garrett Cooper experienced a home run as a central part of a lineup. Yes, along the way, the 28-year-old right fielder has hit a few Minor League shots on rehab

One key number for each NL East team

May 23, 2019

The National League East has not been as competitive as most of us likely expected and hoped before the season started, with only two teams above .500. But it’s certainly been entertaining, with streaks, feuds and plenty of weird games. And with less than a third of the season in

'Water reaches its level' for emerging Anderson

May 22, 2019

DETROIT -- The power numbers may not totally be there for Marlins third baseman Brian Anderson, who has gotten off to a slow start, but his hard-contact rate suggests it’s only a matter of time before his production increases. A couple of more indicators came in Tuesday’s 5-4 win in

Role call! Rookies' effort earns 4th straight W

Wallach, Ramirez, N. Anderson come through with timely hits and clutch pitching in extra-inning victory
May 22, 2019

DETROIT -- It was a night of firsts for role players looking to make their mark at the big league level. Backup catcher Chad Wallach delivered the decisive RBI double in the 11th inning, Harold Ramirez slugged his first MLB home run and Nick Anderson notched his first victory. That

Berti on IL with oblique strain; Dean recalled 

Club unsure when utility man injured muscle; Ferrell, Fernandez take next steps in rehab
May 21, 2019

DETROIT -- Marlins infielder/outfielder Jon Berti, a native of Troy, Mich., had been looking forward to the Interleague Series with the Tigers at Comerica Park. But the unpredictability of baseball changed those plans. On Tuesday, Miami placed Berti on the 10-day injured list with a left oblique strain, and in

Marlins have offensive reinforcements in Minors

May 20, 2019

MIAMI -- In a season where runs have been hard to come by, Marlins manager Don Mattingly has mixed and matched his lineup regularly, searching for combinations that might click. The answers haven’t been easy with a roster that has lacked a true leadoff hitter and at least two middle-of-the-order

Alcantara stays in attack mode to the finish

Righty throws first career shutout on 89 pitches as Marlins sweep Mets
May 19, 2019

MIAMI -- Sandy Alcantara wasn’t perfect on Sunday, but he was pretty close. The Marlins starter threw his first career complete game in Miami’s 3-0 win over the Mets, completing a three-game sweep at Marlins Park. Alcantara gave up just two hits and struck out eight, also a career high

Walker 'honored' to work with Hooton Foundation

May 19, 2019

MIAMI -- Neil Walker is acutely aware of the importance of the Taylor Hooton Foundation. As a player with the Pirates, Mets, Yankees and now Marlins, Walker is a long-time member of the nonprofit organization that is dedicated to educating North America’s young people about the dangers of anabolic steroids

The toughest guy to strike out on every team

May 19, 2019

The world of baseball has embraced the strikeout in a way that is sometimes obsessive: For the second consecutive year, we’re on pace for more strikeouts than hits. Even the best hitters in baseball don’t sweat the strikeouts anymore. It’s all part of the game. This ends up making those

Lopez responds to worst outing with one of best

Marlins starter allows 1 hit to team that lit him up eight days earlier
May 18, 2019

MIAMI -- In the span of eight days, Pablo López followed up his worst big league start with arguably his best. The 23-year-old showed the resolve to bounce back, and he sent a reminder that he can be a core part of the Marlins' rotation. Lopez matched career highs for

Marlins face off with troops via video games

May 18, 2019

MIAMI -- To help honor Armed Forces Day on Saturday, a couple of Marlins players connected with the troops via video games. Third baseman/right fielder Brian Anderson and outfielder/first baseman Peter O'Brien took part in the “Pro vs. GI Joe” initiative in the morning at Marlins Park. Anderson and O’Brien

Marlins' explosive bats snap scoreless streak 

May 17, 2019

MIAMI -- For a team scuffling to score runs, the remedy turned out being familiar with arguably the best pitcher in the sport. After being dominated twice by Jacob deGrom already this season, the third time was a vastly different story for the sluggish Marlins. Garrett Cooper had a two-run

When can we expect Gallen to make his debut?

May 17, 2019

MIAMI -- As the Marlins get a look at three of their promising young starters in the weekend series against the Mets at Marlins Park, the organization also will be paying close attention to its Triple-A New Orleans squad, which will be taking on the Iowa Cubs on the road.

These 30 top prospects were Draft sleepers

@GoldenSombrero and @JimCallisMLB and @JonathanMayo
May 17, 2019

With the 2019 MLB Draft edging closer each day, there's an increasingly heavy focus on the top players in this year’s class as teams aim to determine who they might take in the early rounds. But having a strong Draft involves more than a team simply doing well on paper

5 most indispensable players in the NL East

May 16, 2019

With three sub-.500 teams muddling its ranks, the National League East may not be the powerhouse many expected heading into the season -- at least not yet. The division is still home to four clubs boasting legitimate postseason aspirations, not to mention some of the sport’s brightest talent. All five