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Report: Marlins have not reached out to Wally Backman
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com

With reports the Marlins could be looking to fire manager Mike Redmond after a 3-10 start, the team is reportedly interested in Wally Backman -- who is the manager for the Mets' Triple-A team -- as a potential replacement, per The Miami Herald.

Well, for now, there has been no contact between Backman and Marlins, sources close to Backman told the New York Daily News. A Mets source also said the Marlins have not reached out to them to ask if they can talk to Backman, who is under contract through this season. A source close to Blackman said he was surprised to hear his name mentioned as a possible candidate to manage the Marlins.

A Marlins official told the Pioneer Press there is "no truth" to the rumor Redmond could be fired after a slow start.

The 55-year-old Backman spent 14 seasons in the majors (1980-93), primarily playing for the Mets. Backman is in his third season as the Mets' Triple-A manager. He was the 2014 PCL Manager of the Year.

Backman, who is in his 13th season managing in the minors, entered 2015 with a 12-year managerial record of 763-690 (.525), which included stints with the White Sox, Diamondbacks and Mets organizations and the Independent League, per MiLB.com. 

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Marlins starter Tom Koehler knocked out of fourth inning, takes loss
by Ted Leshinski | Staff Writer

Marlins starting pitcher Tom Koehler (1-2) lasted only 3 1/3 innings and suffered the loss on Sunday, getting knocked out of the game during the Mets' seven-run rally in the fourth inning.

Koehler was charged with all seven runs in the frame.

"Extremely disappointing, just hanging the bullpen out to dry," Koehler said after the game.

The Mets' rally consisted of three RBI singles, a two-run double and a bases-loaded walk.

"[We] needed a deep start out of Tommy and it was looking good there for three innings and then it just snowballed on him," Marlins manager Mike Redmond said.

Koehler will look to regain his form Saturday against the Nationals.

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Dee Gordon a rare bright spot for Marlins with five hits
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

The Marlins lost again Saturday night, but don't blame leadoff hitter Dee Gordon. All he did was go 5-for-5 and drive in three of their four runs.

Gordon doubled and added four singles, including one in the ninth inning that scored two runs and cut the deficit to 5-4. He sweetened his slash line to an impressive .400/.415/.520 along the way.

He is now 14-for-29 with seven RBI over his last seven games.

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Mets LHP Alex Torres needs three pitches to gain first save
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

With overused closer Jeurys Familia unavailable Saturday night and Carlos Torres knocked out of the game, southpaw Alex Torres was forced to try to shut down a Marlins offense in the ninth inning that was kicking up its heels.

No sweat.

The Marlins had scored three runs to cut the gap to 5-4, but Torres dashed their hopes by striking out Christian Yelich on three pitches and notching his first career save.

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Marlins starter Latos better, but not good enough Saturday
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

It wasn't vintage Mat Latos on the mound Saturday for the Marlins, but at least he was more effective against the host Mets than he was in his first two outings this season.

That, however, isn't saying much.

The right-hander, who entered the night 0-2 with a disturbing 17.36 ERA, at least got through five innings for the first time in 2015. He yielded two runs on six hits with one walk and an encouraging five strikeouts. A home run by Travis d'Arnaud made it 2-0, but he escaped a bases loaded jam in the fourth and retired the side in order in the fifth.

Latos still took the loss and must wait until next Friday against Washington to go for his first victory.

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2015 Team Leaders
AVGDee Gordon , 2B.389
HRGiancarlo Stanton , RF2
RBIGiancarlo Stanton , RF11
OBPDee Gordon , 2B.404
SLGDee Gordon , 2B.500
RDee Gordon , 2B8
SBDee Gordon , 2B6
WDan Haren , SP1
ERADan Haren , SP2.08
WHIPDan Haren , SP0.69
KMat Latos , SP10
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