• by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Marlins RP Mike Dunn concludes mediocre season

    Marlins reliever Mike Dunn finished the 2015 season with a disappointing 4.50 ERA and 1.39 WHIP over 54 innings.The 30-year-old reliever remained a workhorse out of the bullpen, logging 70-plus appearances for the fourth time in the last five years and he finished with 20 holds, making it the third straight season he's collected 20+ holds. His overall numbers are down from the past two seasons, but it is difficult to find a significant skills regression that would prevent Dunn from bouncing back in 2016. His walk rate ticked up and he allowed a couple more home runs than in 2014 while his velocity and strikeout rates remained in line with career norms.

  • by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com

    Marlins' Mike Dunn drops to 0-3 with relief loss

    Marlins reliever Mike Dunn dropped to 0-3 on the season after losing to Arizona on Tuesday. Dunn entered a tie game with two outs in the seventh and the tying run on first. He ended the inning with a lineout and remained in the game to start the eighth. Dunn allowed a single and two-run homer in the eighth. He struck out a batter and saw his ERA increase to 5.52.

  • by Brandon Wise | Staff Writer

    Marlins expected to move to closer by committee

    After a second straight blown save for closer Steve Cishek, Marlins manager Mike Redmond is planning to make some changes, according to MLB.com. Redmond noted he will mix and match his relievers in the ninth inning with Cishek, A.J. Ramos, Bryan Morris and Mike Dunn seeing time. "Shrek [Cishek] has done a tremendous job for us, but at the end of the day, it's about winning games," Redmond said. Cishek has now blown four saves this season. "This is about as low as I can get," Cishek said. "This is a huge trial in my life right now, obviously, career-wise. I've always found a way to get out of it. I'm waiting for that time to come." Miami has blown three saves are their current road-trip. "It's tough to win in the big leagues, and when you get late leads, you've got to be able to lock them down," Redmond said. "Against a team like the Dodgers, they have so many weapons, great pitching. You know you're not going to get a lot off those guys. To have a lead in the ninth, you've got to be able to finish them."

  • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

    Report: Rangers talking with Marlins about trading for pitcher

    The Rangers are talking to the Marlins about a trade involving a pitcher, two sources told The Dallas Morning News. The Marlins have a pair of left-handed pitchers -- Mike Dunn and Brad Hand -- available in a trade, according to the report. The Rangers are looking for a left-handed reliever that can pitch multiple innings. The Marlins had had multiple scouts in Rangers' camp Friday.

  • by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst

    Marlins, Mike Dunn agree to two-year deal

    The Marlins and reliever Mike Dunn agreed on a two-year, $5.8 million contract, avoiding arbitration, reports the Miami Herald. He'll earn $2.35 million this season, $3.45 million in 2016. Dunn posted a 3.16 ERA in 75 appearances last season.

  • by R.J. White | CBSSports.com

    Report: Marlins swap arbitration figures with Phelps, Dunn

    Marlins pitcher David Phelps has filed for $1.875 million in arbitration, while the team has offered $1.4 million, Fangraphs reports. Pitcher Mike Dunn has filed for $2.6 million, and the team has offered $2.355 million. Phelps, who was acquired from the Yankees in a trade announced in mid-December, is in his first-year of arbitration eligibility. He went 5-5 with a 4.38 ERA and 92:46 K:BB ratio in 113 innings in 2014. Dunn is eligible for arbitration for the second year this offseason. He delivered a 3.16 ERA and 67:22 K:BB ratio in 57 relief innings in 2014.

  • by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

    Marlins lock down all five arbitration-eligible players

    The Marlins have tendered all five of their arbitration-eligible players, according to MLB.com on Tuesday. Those players include: closer Steve Cishek, reliever Mike Dunn, starter Nathan Eovaldi, infielder Casey McGehee and starter Henderson Alvarez.

  • by R.J. White | CBSSports.com

    Mike Dunn takes loss Wednesday vs. Mets

    Marlins pitcher Mike Dunn was stuck with a loss Wednesday, giving up two earned runs on two hits while recording just one out in his team's 4-3 defeat against the Mets. Dunn (10-6) sandwiched a strikeout between two singles before coming out of the game, and the next pitcher in allowed both runners to score. He owns a 3.53 ERA and 58:18 K:BB ratio in 51 innings.

  • by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com

    Mike Dunn picks up win No. 10

    Marlins reliever Mike Dunn picked up his team-high 10th win of the season Thursday, as the Marlins took down the Diamondbacks 5-4 in 10 innings. Dunn tossed a scoreless ninth and 10th innings on 28 pitches, while striking out three batters, as the Marlins went on to win in walk-off fashion. The win pushes him to 10-5 with a 3.65 ERA in 44 1/3 innings of work on the season.

  • by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com

    Mike Dunn earns save Tuesday

    Marlins pitcher Mike Dunn earned a save Tuesday against the Cardinals. Dunn only faced one batter, but got the job done. With the Marlins up by three runs, St. Louis managed to bring the tying run to the plate in the final inning. Dunn was called upon to face Matt Adams, and managed to pick up a strikeout, ending the game. It was Dunn's first save of the season.