Willi Castro, Alec Bohm and Edwin Rios homer, Jared Walsh extends his hit streak and more.
by: Joe Frisaro — MLB: Marlins 17 Sep
Starting pitching, for the most part, has been the primary reason the Marlins are positioned to reach the postseason for the first time since 2003. In all, Miami has used 13 starters this season. That total could reach 14 this weekend, if rookie...
by: Joe Frisaro — MLB: Marlins 16 Sep
Halfway through their homestand of 15 games in 11 days, Marlins manager Don Mattingly faces a daily challenge of trying to keep players as fresh as possible. It’s a tough task, especially with the regulars absorbing the brunt of the game volume. On...
by: Joe Frisaro — MLB: Marlins 14 Sep
Trusting the process takes time, and the Marlins’ organization and its fans certainly have shown plenty of patience. And now with the club having control of its own postseason destiny, Miami is also seeing some return on several of its high-profile...
by: David Wilson — Miami Herald 14 Sep
Nick Neidert’s “roller-coaster” first week in MLB was long over and now he was just trying to work his way back to the Miami Marlins.
by: David Wilson — Miami Herald 13 Sep
The Miami Marlins were barely done celebrating Sixto Sanchez’s first career complete game in Game 1 of their doubleheader against the Philadelphia Phillies when they laid out their plan for Game 2: Braxton Garrett, the No. 4 pitching prospect in the...
by: Joe Frisaro — MLB: Marlins 13 Sep
What has been billed as a 60-game sprint of a season has now entered a test-of-stamina stretch for the Marlins, who are being taxed mentally and physically. Still in the thick of the playoff race, the Marlins played the Phillies in a seven-inning...
by: Ely Sussman — SB Nation: Fish Stripes 13 Sep
The Phils wore out Marlins pitching with 22 baserunners.
by: KevinKraz — SB Nation: Fish Stripes 9 Sep
Sixto delivered 6+ shutout innings to secure the series win.
by: Jordan McPherson — Miami Herald 8 Sep
“Our job is to try to give our team the best chance to stay in the ballgame. We have the arms to do it.”
by: Jordan McPherson — Miami Herald 3 Sep
For about two and a half weeks, Garrett Cooper was coughing up mucus as he dealt with his bout with the novel coronavirus. He battled with chills and body aches. He spent more time trying to break a fever than thinking about the next time he would...