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Last Game

Thu, July 28
Marlins Park
St. Louis Cardinals
at
Miami Marlins
STL5Final4MIA

Pitching

W: M. Wacha (6-7)
L:
J. Fernandez (12-5)
S:
S. Oh (7)

Home Runs

STL - A. Diaz (14),M. Holliday (18)  
MIA
- M. Prado (4)

Schedule

Tue Jul 19
W 2 - 1at PHI
Recap
Wed Jul 20
L 4 - 1at PHI
Recap
Thu Jul 21
W 9 - 3at PHI
Recap
Fri Jul 22
L 5 - 3NYM
Recap
Sat Jul 23
W 7 - 2NYM
Recap
Sun Jul 24
L 3 - 0NYM
Recap
Mon Jul 25
L 4 - 0PHI
Recap
Tue Jul 26
W 5 - 0PHI
Recap
Wed Jul 27
W 11 - 1PHI
Recap
Thu Jul 28
L 5 - 4STL
Recap
7:10 pm EDT
Today
STL
7:10 pm EDT
Sat Jul 30
FS1STL
1:10 pm EDT
Sun Jul 31
TBSSTL
8:05 pm EDT
Mon Aug 1
at CHC
8:05 pm EDT
Tue Aug 2
at CHC
2:20 pm EDT
Wed Aug 3
at CHC
8:40 pm EDT
Fri Aug 5
at COL
8:10 pm EDT
Sat Aug 6
at COL
4:10 pm EDT
Sun Aug 7
at COL
7:10 pm EDT
Mon Aug 8
SF

Standings

NL
East
LEAGUE
W-L
Overall
W-L
Washington50-3860-42
Miami51-4055-47
New York47-4453-48
Philadelphia39-4947-57
Atlanta29-5835-67
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Marlins' Martin Prado: Socks rare homer in losing effort
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Prado went 2-for-4 with a two-run homer in Thursday's loss to the Cardinals.

The rare long ball from Prado -- just his fourth in 96 games this year -- ruined Michael Wacha's day, but wasn't quite enough to turn the tide. He's been raking in July -- .364 with a couple homers and 11 RBI -- and yet Prado's still there for the plucking on a whole lot of waiver wires.

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Marlins' Jose Fernandez: Tagged for five runs in loss to Cardinals
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Fernandez (12-5) gave up five runs on six hits and two walks while striking out nine over five innings in Thursday's loss to the Cardinals.

A pair of homers in the third inning and a two-run rally in the fifth ruined the electric righty's day, but he's still piling up the strikeouts at a nearly historic pace. With 184 whiffs in 125.2 innings, Fernandez is working on the third-highest strikeout rate by a starter in MLB history, not far behind Randy Johonson's 2001 and Pedro Martinez's 1999. He is, however, giving up hard contact at the highest rate of his career, so Fernandez is making a bit of a tradeoff in his quest for more whiffs. Other than the occasional dud like this one, though, it hasn't impacted his stats -- he still has a sterling 2.79 ERA.

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Marlins' Derek Dietrich: Will play first base against righties
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Dietrich will start at first base against right-handed pitching until Justin Bour returns from the 15-day DL, Joe Frisaro of MLB.com reports.

The Marlins will continue to look to get Dietrich in the lineup even with the return of Dee Gordon. The former second-round pick has hit .291 with four home runs and 24 RBI through 213 at-bats against right-handed pitching this season, so this type of matchup bodes well for his production.

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Marlins' Chris Johnson: Remains out of lineup Thursday
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Johnson (foot) remains out of the lineup for Thursday's matchup with St. Louis, Joe Frisaro of MLB.com reports.

Johnson will miss his fifth straight start as he continues to nurse a sore foot due to a foul ball he hit off himself in Saturday's game. Derek Dietrich is starting at first base and batting seventh in place of him. Johnson figures to return to the lineup at some point during Miami's four-game series with St. Louis, but now that Dee Gordon is back, Dietrich could start squeezing Johnson for playing time at first.

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Marlins' Derek Dietrich: Starting Thursday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Dietrich is in the lineup for Thursday's game against the Cardinals, Joe Frisaro of MLB.com reports.

With Dee Gordon back from his suspension, Dietrich will likely begin to play multiple positions around the diamond in order to give starters rest and keep his bat in the lineup. For now, he will play some first base while Justin Bour is on the 15-day DL and Chris Johnson is day-to-day after hurting his foot, but he could also see some time at third base and left field. The 27-year-old has been slumping lately, going 0-for-16 with seven strikeouts in his last five games, but his season line of .272/.363/.393 remains respectable.

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2016 Team Leaders
AVGMartin Prado , 3B.324
HRGiancarlo Stanton , RF22
RBIGiancarlo Stanton , RF59
OBPChristian Yelich , LF.398
SLGMarcell Ozuna , CF.507
RMarcell Ozuna , CF55
SBJ.T. Realmuto , C10
WJose Fernandez , SP12
ERAJose Fernandez , SP2.54
WHIPJose Fernandez , SP1.03
KJose Fernandez , SP175
SVA.J. Ramos , RP31

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