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Miami Marlins

Stadium: Marlins Park | Manager: Mike Redmond
Team RankingAVGRHRERA
Marlins.26597173.46
NL East1st1st3rd2nd
National League 2nd2nd7th7th

Last Game

Wed, April 23
Turner Field
Miami Marlins
at
Atlanta Braves
MIA1Final3ATL

Pitching

W: D. Carpenter (1-0)
L:
M. Dunn (1-3)
S:
C. Kimbrel (6)

Home Runs

MIA - None  
ATL
- None

Schedule

Sun Apr 13
L 4 - 3at PHI
Recap
Mon Apr 14
L 9 - 2WAS
Recap
Tue Apr 15
W 11 - 2WAS
Recap
Wed Apr 16
L 6 - 3WAS
Recap
Fri Apr 18
W 8 - 4SEA
Recap
Sat Apr 19
W 7 - 0SEA
Recap
Sun Apr 20
W 3 - 2SEA
Recap
Mon Apr 21
L 4 - 2at ATL
Recap
Tue Apr 22
W 1 - 0at ATL
Recap
Wed Apr 23
L 3 - 1at ATL
Recap
7:10 pm EDT
Fri Apr 25
at NYM
7:10 pm EDT
Sat Apr 26
at NYM
1:10 pm EDT
Sun Apr 27
at NYM
7:10 pm EDT
Tue Apr 29
ATL
7:10 pm EDT
Wed Apr 30
ATL
7:10 pm EDT
Thu May 1
ATL
7:10 pm EDT
Fri May 2
LAD
7:10 pm EDT
Sat May 3
LAD
1:10 pm EDT
Sun May 4
LAD
7:10 pm EDT
Mon May 5
NYM

Standings

NL
Central
CONF
W-L
Overall
W-L
Milwaukee13-616-6
St. Louis12-1012-10
Cincinnati9-910-11
Pittsburgh9-139-13
Chicago7-117-13
NL
West
CONF
W-L
Overall
W-L
Los Angeles12-813-9
San Francisco12-1012-10
Colorado10-1012-11
San Diego7-910-12
Arizona6-186-18
NL
East
CONF
W-L
Overall
W-L
Atlanta14-714-7
Washington11-811-10
New York10-811-10
Philadelphia9-910-11
Miami7-1210-12
1398306980
Jacob Turner a little rusty in rehab debut
by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com

Marlins starting pitcher Jacob Turner made his first minor-league rehab appearances Wednesday at Class A Jupiter, as he continues to recover from a shoulder injury.

Turner struggled early in the outing, allowing two runs in the firs tinning of work. He settled down from that point, ultimately allowing those two runs on three hits in four innings of work, while striking out three without a walk.

Turner is expected to make at least one more rehab start before the team considers bringing him back from the disabled list.  

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1398281508
Nate Eovaldi settles for another no-decision
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com

Marlins starting pitcher Nate Eovaldi took a third straight no-decision Wednesday at Atlanta. Though, he did pitch well enough for the win.

The right-handed hurler allowed one unearned run on five hits and one walk, while striking out seven in six innings. Unfortunately, opposing pitcher Aaron Harang was equally as impressive, allowing one run and striking out 11 in six innings.

Eovaldi ran into a little trouble in the first inning, allowing a leadoff single and a one-out walk to Freddie Freeman, but he escaped the jam unscathed.

The Braves got their only run against Eovaldi in the fourth inning. Ryan Doumit had an RBI single after Chris Johnson reached on an error and moved up to second base on a wild pitch.

Eovaldi was in line for the loss until Miami tied the game in the sixth inning. He's allowed just one earned run in his last two starts. Eovaldi will make his next start Wednesday in a rematch with the Braves.

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1398279577
Rafael Furcal to spend a week at Double-A
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com

Marlins manager Mike Redmond said second baseman Rafael Furcal (hamstring) will spend about a week playing for Double-A Jacksonville on his rehab assignment.

"He'll play (Thursday)," Redmond said, per MLB.com. "I think the plan for him, as of right now, is to be [in Jacksonville] for a week."

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Carlos Marmol leaves Wednesday's game due to injury
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com

Marlins reliever Carlos Marmol had to leave his outing in the seventh inning Wednesday against the Braves because of a right hamstring strain. He is listed as day to day.

Marmol faced three batters before having to leave the game. He got Gerald Laird to ground out and Justin Upton to strike out before issuing a two-out walk to Jason Heyward. After the Heyward walk, Marmol was lifted from the game and replaced by Mike Dunn, who got Andrelton Simmons to strike out to end the inning.

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Marlins not ready to discuss innings limit for Jose Fernandez
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com

The Marlins have not yet discussed putting an innings limit on starting pitcher Jose Fernandez, who was shut down after throwing 172 2/3 innings as a rookie in 2013.

However, manager Mike Redmond said the Marlins will continue to monitor his workload.

"We showed that last year how we kind of handled him," Redmond said of Fernandez, per The Miami Herald. "[An innings limit] will be a conversation to have later in the year, end of the year. We'll see how it goes. But we've talked about possibly giving him extra days when we can throughout the year to save him and make sure he's fresh at the end of the year as well."

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2014 Team Leaders
AVGChristian Yelich , LF.333
HRGiancarlo Stanton , RF6
RBIGiancarlo Stanton , RF26
OBPChristian Yelich , LF.400
SLGGiancarlo Stanton , RF.565
RGiancarlo Stanton , RF26
SBChristian Yelich , LF4
WJose Fernandez , SP3
ERAJose Fernandez , SP1.99
WHIPJose Fernandez , SP0.92
KJose Fernandez , SP47
SVSteve Cishek , RP4
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