A consistent approach and big power numbers are paying off for Marcell Ozuna. The Marlins left fielder, who has been one of the most impactful players in the National League, has now jumped into the starting All-Star picture.
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Fans of the long ball, rejoice: Marlins slugger Giancarlo Stanton will be back to defend his Home Run Derby crown, and he'll do so in his home park.
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With a rare start in center against the Cubs in Sunday's 4-2 victory, Ichiro Suzuki made history. At 43 years and 246 days old, the Marlins outfielder became the oldest starting center fielder since 1900, per Elias Sports.
Marcell Ozuna surged to third in the NL outfield balloting, putting him in line to start in the All-Star Game. Hurry up and vote. All-Star balloting ends Thursday at 11:59 p.m. ET.
Martin Prado lined a two-run double in a three-run first inning and Giancarlo Stanton provided insurance with his 20th homer in the seventh as the Marlins edged the Cubs, 4-2, to split a four-game series Sunday at Marlins Park.
The Marlins remain in discussions with multiple teams regarding Adeiny Hechavarria, but the Rays are believed to be the front-runners for the 28-year-old shortstop.
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Dan Straily looks to continue his dominance against the National League East this season as he takes on Robert Gsellman and the Mets at Marlins Park for the first of a three-game series Tuesday at 7:10 p.m. ET.
Check the Marlins off the list for Jon Lester. The veteran left-hander, who hadn't faced them much in his career, was winless against Miami until Saturday afternoon. Lester overcame a sluggish three-run first, regrouped and was dominant for the rest of his seven innings in the Cubs' 5-3 win at Marlins Park.
Bunt on Marlins catcher J.T. Realmuto at your own risk. Albert Almora Jr. found that out in the second inning Saturday, when his seemingly perfectly placed bunt resulted in the Cubs' center fielder being thrown out at first.
Giancarlo Stanton served another reminder that he is the defending Home Run Derby champion. The three-time All-Star right fielder crushed a two-out home run off John Lackey in the third inning on Friday night in the Marlins' 2-0 win over the Cubs at Marlins Park.
The Marlins announced deals with their top three picks from the 2017 MLB Draft on Thursday, including 13th overall pick Trevor Rogers, a left-handed pitcher from Carlsbad High School in Florida.
When the season started, the Marlins used Jose Urena in a long-relief role. The 25-year-old has since become a stopper of sorts, especially in recent weeks. Urena scattered five hits over six shutout innings, and backed by a home run from Giancarlo Stanton, the Marlins edged the Cubs, 2-0, on Friday night at Marlins Park. Urena has now won his last five decisions.
Alex Rodriguez achieved his big league dream, and on Friday afternoon, he made sure he was on hand to watch his nephew, Joe Dunand, take the first steps of his professional baseball career.
The Marlins are getting their team leader back. Martin Prado, one of the most respected players in the clubhouse, was reinstated from the 10-day disabled list on Friday after being out about six weeks with a right hamstring strain.
Prado has epic return to Marlins' dugout
At the rate he's going, Marcell Ozuna is likely to eclipse his season high for home runs before the All-Star break. Ozuna struck yet again on Thursday night, crushing a Jake Arrieta fastball over the wall in left field for his 20th homer of the season. It was an impressive drive, but not nearly enough to energize a rally, as the Marlins lost, 11-1, to the Cubs.
Addison Russell, Kris Bryant and Willson Contreras homered, and the Cubs rolled to an 11-1 win over the Marlins in the four-game series opener at Marlins Park on Thursday night. Jake Arrieta worked seven innings, allowing one run on six hits with three strikeouts.
The Marlins welcomed one veteran reliever back Thursday, while another headed to the disabled list. Junichi Tazawa was reinstated from the DL, and Brad Ziegler was placed on the 10-day DL with a right back strain.
Max Scherzer was on the brink of joining historical pitching company, but instead, he was victimized by a two-out error that led to an agonizing loss on Wednesday afternoon at Marlins Park.
Dominant. Electric. Unhittable. Max Scherzer was all those things for most of Wednesday afternoon at Marlins Park.
Everything seems to be going Marcell Ozuna's way right now, even his risky baserunning. After racing through a stop sign at third base to score one run, the 26-year-old left fielder showcased his power in his next at-bat.
Braxton Garrett, the Marlins' top-ranked prospect according to MLBPipeline.com, underwent Tommy John surgery on Tuesday and is expected to be out between 12-14 months.
Protecting a big lead wasn't a problem for the Nationals on Tuesday night, thanks to their three primary All-Star candidates. Bryce Harper had a two-run single, Ryan Zimmerman added three RBIs and Daniel Murphy homered and drove in two in Washington's 12-3 win over Miami at Marlins Park.
The Marlins erased a six-run deficit, and capped an improbable 8-7 comeback victory over the Nationals on Monday on Marcell Ozuna's walk-off single in the ninth inning off Enny Romero.
Facing Justin Bour with men on base is becoming a dangerous proposition for pitchers. Tanner Roark discovered that the hard way in the third inning on Monday night at Marlins Park.
Marlins left fielder Marcell Ozuna is having one of the best first halves of any player in franchise history, and the All-Star voters are starting to take notice.
Livan Hernandez hoisting the 1997 World Series MVP Award trophy high above his head and proclaiming, "I love you Miami!" is one of the most memorable moments in Marlins' history.
As the Braves play with a chip on their shoulders and prove their doubters wrong, they continue to receive timely hits from the likes of Brandon Phillips, who delivered his second walk-off hit in less than 24 hours to cap Sunday afternoon's 5-4 win over the Marlins at SunTrust Park.