9/20/2014 | Eovaldi seeks to stop Strasburg, sweep-minded Nats
Given his struggles in the second half, the Marlins considered perhaps skipping Nathan Eovaldi for Sunday's start. Instead, the right-hander is staying on schedule, and he will make his 32nd start of the season on Sunday in the four-game series finale with Stephen Strasburg and the Nationals.
9/20/2014 | Bour could be Marlins' latest Rule 5 hidden gem
A surplus of prospects in the Cubs' system allowed the Marlins to nab Justin Bour in the Triple-A Phase of the Rule 5 Draft last December. Now, the 26-year-old first baseman is being given a chance to show whether he fits into Miami's plans for the future.
9/19/2014 | Zimmermann looks to add to career year in Miami
As the Nationals continue their pursuit of playing at home throughout October, they turn Saturday to Jordan Zimmermann, who has been sharp in D.C. and on the road as part of a career year. Zimmermann, who has allowed three earned runs or fewer in his last 10 starts, will oppose the Marlins' Jarred Cosart.
9/19/2014 | Bour homers, but Marlins can't bail out Koehler
The Marlins had moments to savor. Justin Bour blasted his first big league home run, showing the kind of power the team has seen in batting practice but not in a game until Friday night. And Tom Koehler worked out of a bases-loaded, no-out jam. But it was the Nationals who did what was necessary to pick up another valuable win. Doug Fister allowed two runs in 6 2/3 innings and Adam LaRoche blasted a two-run homer as Washington edged Miami, 3-2, at Marlins Park.
9/19/2014 | Groin discomfort to sideline Morris for rest of season
The discomfort reached the point where the Marlins no longer thought the risk was worth it. So on Friday, reliever Bryan Morris was shut down for the rest of the season.
9/19/2014 | Excited Fernandez cleared for throwing program
In 12 days, Jose Fernandez can start working once again on the craft of pitching, as the Marlins' ace has been cleared to begin his throwing program. The date will be Oct. 1, when the 22-year-old can start throwing, initially for a few minutes from 30 feet.
9/18/2014 | Fister, Nats try to keep foot on gas against Marlins
Doug Fister will take the mound for the National League East champion Nationals against Tom Koehler and the Marlins on Friday night, as Washington continues to push for home-field advantage once the playoffs roll around. Nationals manager Matt Williams said it's important that his team stays aggressive despite having already clinched.
9/18/2014 | Two-out Nationals barrage hands Hand loss
With their National League Wild Card elimination number rapidly approaching, the Marlins realize they may not be making playoff plans in October. But they still can have a say in the postseason picture, especially when it comes to where the National League East-winning Nationals will be seeded. Washington is striving to retain the best record in the league, and it moved another step closer with a 6-2 victory over Miami on Thursday night at Marlins Park.
9/18/2014 | Stanton upbeat, thankful hit to face wasn't worse
Giancarlo Stanton's season may be over, but the National League Most Valuable Player Award candidate remains upbeat and optimistic about a full recovery from facial fractures he suffered a week ago at Milwaukee.
9/18/2014 | Fernandez could start throwing program Oct. 1
Months of being on no-throw status could be coming to an end for Marlins ace Jose Fernandez. The 22-year-old spent Thursday in Los Angeles being examined by Dr. Neal ElAttrache to see if he will be cleared to begin his throwing program on Oct. 1.
9/17/2014 | Marlins hold off Mets, end trip with series win
An emotional and exhausting road trip for the Marlins actually ended on a high. Christian Yelich delivered an RBI double and Henderson Alvarez set the tone by holding the Mets to two runs in six innings on Wednesday night in Miami's 4-3 win at Citi Field.
9/16/2014 | Gee looks build on recent stretch in finale
When Dillon Gee takes to the Citi Field mound Wednesday night against the Marlins opposite righty Henderson Alvarez, he'll try to continue to inch back toward the first-half effectiveness that has eluded him in recent months. Alvarez is enjoying a breakout year, but has been hampered lately by injuries.
9/16/2014 | Cishek deeply honored by Clemente Award nomination
Steve Cishek doesn't seek much individual attention, but the Marlins closer fully embraces the honor of being named Miami's 2014 nominee for the prestigious Roberto Clemente Award.
9/16/2014 | Redmond: Stanton unlikely to return this season
Marlins slugger Giancarlo Stanton underwent a series of checkups in Miami on Tuesday, and indications are that the two-time All-Star will not be medically cleared to return before the season ends on Sept. 28 at Washington.
9/16/2014 | MLB announces Clemente Award nominees
Major League Baseball and Chevrolet announced on Tuesday the names of the 30 club nominees for the Roberto Clemente Award presented by Chevrolet, and fan voting will begin Wednesday, Roberto Clemente Day, to help decide who succeeds Carlos Beltran as the winner of the prestigious community honor handed out annually at the World Series.
9/15/2014 | Eovaldi, Colon look to bounce back from rough starts
Considering the Marlins have been above the Mets in the standings almost all season, it's interesting that both teams now find themselves fighting for third place in the National League East. They'll play their penultimate matchup of the year on Tuesday in New York, with starters Nathan Eovaldi and Bartolo Colon squaring off.
9/15/2014 | Nicolino, Realmuto win Minor League awards
After winning the Southern League championship, lefty Justin Nicolino received another honor on Monday, when he was named the Marlins' Minor League Pitcher of the Year. Catcher J.T. Realmuto, currently on the big league club, was the organization's Player of the Year.
9/14/2014 | Promising youngsters set to meet at Citi Field
The Marlins will send Jarred Cosart to the mound against the Mets' Jacob deGrom in the opener of a three-game set in New York on Monday.
9/14/2014 | Marlins win challenge on close play at first base in Philly
Enrique Hernandez believed he beat the throw, and instant replay confirmed his instincts in the second inning at Citizens Bank Park.
9/14/2014 | Marlins will begin monitoring workload on young arms closely
Until they are mathematically eliminated, the Marlins remain on a mission to fight as much as possible to remain in the race. But they are doing so with a watchful eye on the workloads of their starting pitching.
9/14/2014 | Marlins' improbable comeback caps emotional week
A stagnant Marlins' offense woke up in the ninth inning on Sunday against Jonathan Papelbon. Jordany Valdespin, Christian Yelich and Justin Bour each collected RBIs in the ninth inning, and Papelbon's wild pitch with two outs allowed the decisive run to race home in the Marlins' improbable 5-4 comeback victory on Sunday at Citizens Bank Park.
9/13/2014 | Koehler, Marlins try to keep fading hopes alive
There's not much time left for the Marlins to make a dent in the National League Wild Card race. Miami sends Tom Koehler to the mound Sunday afternoon in Philadelphia against Phillies starter David Buchanan.
9/13/2014 | Realmuto wins Double-A title, rejoins team
It wasn't a matter of if J.T. Realmuto would be a September callup for the Marlins. It was a matter of when, which became Saturday, the day after Double-A Jacksonville won the Southern League championship.
9/13/2014 | Stanton could return to Marlins this season
Don't rule out a Giancarlo Stanton return just yet. The All-Star right fielder is scheduled to get his stitches removed on Tuesday, and undergo more tests. If there is any chance of a return to the lineup this season, more will be known then.
9/13/2014 | Bour, Marlins cut down by Phillies
Reed Johnson wasn't fully able to celebrate his 1,000th career hit, because on the play, Justin Bour was thrown out at the plate. The throw by Marlon Byrd denied Miami the tying run in the seventh inning. The Marlins were unable to recover in a 2-1 loss to the Phillies on Saturday night despite a solid start by Brad Hand.
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