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Dylan Goldman

Marlins Fail to Generate Runs in 5-2 Loss to Angels

Vance Worley was solid in his start, but the Angels were too much for Kyle Barraclough and Brad Ziegler.

The Miami Marlins entered today's game against the Los Angeles Angels looking to build off Friday's 8-5 victory. The Marlins kept it close throughout, but they were never able to generate enough runs to down the Angels. The Marlins would fall to the Angels by a score of 5-2, which dropped the Marlins to 13 games below .500.

Mike Trout got the Angels going with a 456-foot home run that...

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Ozuna robs Simmons with leaping catch

Angels shortstop Andrelton Simmons gave the ball a ride in the first inning on Saturday at Marlins Park, but left fielder Marcell Ozuna made sure it didn't go out.

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Marlins honoring HOF broadcaster Ramirez

Hall of Fame broadcaster Felo Ramirez, the long-time Spanish-language radio voice of the Marlins, remains in a Delaware hospital recovering from a fall that he sustained during Miami's trip to Philadelphia in late April.

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Kevin Kraczkowski

Fish Farm Report: May 26th

Jumbo Shrimp win seventh in a row. Hammerheads lose fifth in a row. Another day down on the farm.

Triple-A Pacific Coast League

New Orleans Baby Cakes 5, Colorado Springs Sky Sox 10

The Baby Cakes (17-31) visited the Colorado Springs Sky Sox (27-17) with 3,803 on hand at Security Service Field to see the Sox defeat New Orleans, 10-5.

Scott Copeland (3-6, 6.31) started and lost, earning a 28 GameScore with 25-of-44 pitches in the zone. He allowed four earned runs on four hits and three walks...

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Marlins bats come alive, defeat Angels 8-5

After returning from the west coast, the Marlins bats took care of business in game one of the home stand. That’s a nice start to a long home stand! The Marlins (17-29) beat the Angels (25-26) 8-5 in game one of a three-game set at Marlins Park. After struggling to put runs on the board for an extended stretch, the Marlins have now scored eight or more runs in three of their last five games. They smacked 14 hits on the evening, including three home runs in the victorious effort. After the...

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Seth Guttman

Marlins bats come alive, defeat Angels 8-5

After returning from the west coast, the Marlins bats took care of business in game one of the home stand.

That’s a nice start to a long home stand! The Marlins (17-29) beat the Angels (25-26) 8-5 in game one of a three-game set at Marlins Park.

After struggling to put runs on the board for an extended stretch, the Marlins have now scored eight or more runs in three of their last five games. They smacked 14 hits on the evening, including three home runs in the victorious effort.

After the...

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Marlins knock 3 homers to power past Halos

Marlins Park, not known for being home run-friendly, proved to be a home-field advantage for the Marlins on Friday night. Giancarlo Stanton, J.T. Realmuto and Justin Bour each went deep in Miami's 8-5 victory over the Angels.

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Stanton lifts 460-foot homer off batter's eye

Marlins right fielder Giancarlo Stanton ended his home run dry spell in a thunderous way.

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Prado, Hechavarria weeks from rehab games

Adeiny Hechavarria is taking swings in the cages, but he is still not at full speed. The Marlins' shortstop, who has been on the disabled list since May 10 with a left oblique strain, remains several weeks away from returning.

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The Marlins should play four outfielders whenever Dan Straily pitches

A conventional defense suits a conventional pitcher, but Straily is anything but conventional. And that can be a good thing. Dan Straily was a curious acquisition for the Miami Marlins this past offseason. What to make of a former 24th-round draft pick who had been traded three previous times? How can the same pitcher who allowed a National League-worst 31 home runs in 2016 also hold opponents to a measly .220 batting average on balls put in play? Was Straily even good during his...

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Owner Jeffrey Loria might not be making as much as he thought

The price is dropping, according to one report. While Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria remains engaged in talks to sell the team, he might not receive the $1.3 billion he’s been seeking, according to FanRag Sports’ Jon Heyman. Several groups, including two separate teams led by Tagg Romney and Derek Jeter, seem to be interested, but it appears the price will continue to fall. Jeter and Jeb Bush’s group doesn’t seem to have enough financial support, according to Heyman, while the Romney...

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Scott Gelman

Owner Jeffrey Loria might not be making as much as he thought

The price is dropping, according to one report.

While Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria remains engaged in talks to sell the team, he might not receive the $1.3 billion he’s been seeking, according to FanRag Sports’ Jon Heyman.

Several groups, including two separate teams led by Tagg Romney and Derek Jeter, seem to be interested, but it appears the price will continue to fall. Jeter and Jeb Bush’s group doesn’t seem to have enough financial support, according to Heyman, while the Romney...

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Ely Sussman

The Marlins should play four outfielders whenever Dan Straily pitches

A conventional defense suits a conventional pitcher, but Straily is anything but conventional. And that can be a good thing.

Dan Straily was a curious acquisition for the Miami Marlins this past offseason.

What to make of a former 24th-round draft pick who had been traded three previous times? How can the same pitcher who allowed a National League-worst 31 home runs in 2016 also hold opponents to a measly .220 batting average on balls put in play? Was Straily even good during his...

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It’s time for another Marlins fire sale

Though they may feel the same, this one should be different. We are about one quarter of the way through the season and the Marlins are off to their worst start since they lost 108 games in 1998. At that time, the Marlins were coming off of their first World Series title in their fourth season as an expansion team. The 2017 season has a slightly different precursor, the Marlins having entered the season in the midst of a 13 season playoff drought and having showed few signs of trending in...

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Aram Leighton

It’s time for another Marlins fire sale

Though they may feel the same, this one should be different.

We are about one quarter of the way through the season and the Marlins are off to their worst start since they lost 108 games in 1998. At that time, the Marlins were coming off of their first World Series title in their fourth season as an expansion team. The 2017 season has a slightly different precursor, the Marlins having entered the season in the midst of a 13 season playoff drought and having showed few signs of trending in...

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Marlins Morning News: quiet bats result in loss

Edinson Volquez is now 0-7 on the season as the Marlins only managed four hits yesterday in a 4-1 loss to Oakland. Plus links on Christian Yelich and Brad Ziegler. Marlins News Sonny Gray stifled the Marlins yesterday afternoon, striking out 11 over seven innings to out-pitch Edinson Volquez (three earned runs over six innings) as the Athletics split the two game series with Miami. The Marlins have yet to win back-to-back games in May as consistency continues to evade the team. Christian...

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Why I’m a fan of the Miami Marlins

Or, how a boy from England fell in love with the Fish Welcome to the refreshed Fish Stripes! To celebrate the new look and feel of our sports communities, we’re sharing stories of how and why we became fans of our favorite teams. If you’d like to share your story, head over to the FanPosts to write your own post. Each FanPost will be entered into a drawing to win a $500 Fanatics gift card [contest rules]. We’re collecting all of the stories here and featuring the best ones across our...

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Marlins Draft Recap: 2008

The most notable pick in this draft was Tom Koehler, which is a little concerning. In this Marlins Draft Recap series, I will break down the last 10 drafts for the Miami Marlins and look at the best and worst picks as we get ready for the 2017 MLB Draft. The 2008 Draft wasn’t a good one for the Marlins, as none of the picks are still with Miami in the major leagues and only a few are still in the pros at all. Here’s how it all went down. First Round: C Kyle Skipworth (Pick #6) - Patriot...

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Connor Newcomb

Marlins Draft Recap: 2008

The most notable pick in this draft was Tom Koehler, which is a little concerning.

In this Marlins Draft Recap series, I will break down the last 10 drafts for the Miami Marlins and look at the best and worst picks as we get ready for the 2017 MLB Draft.

The 2008 Draft wasn’t a good one for the Marlins, as none of the picks are still with Miami in the major leagues and only a few are still in the pros at all. Here’s how it all went down.

First Round: C Kyle Skipworth (Pick #6) - Patriot...

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