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Team W-L L10 STRK
PHI 28-20 6-4 L1
ATL 26-23 7-3 L1
NYM 22-25 5-5 W2
WAS 19-29 4-6 L3
MIA 14-31 4-6 W4

Top Marlins News

  • Marlins' Curtis Granderson: Sits Wednesday

    Granderson is not in Wednesday's lineup against the Tigers, Joe Frisaro of reports.

    With a lefty (Daniel Norris) on the hill for the opposition, Granderson takes his customary seat on the bench. Austin Dean will start in left field and will lead off.

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  • Marlins' Sergio Romo: Blows save chance

    Romo allowed two runs (none earned) on two hits and a walk while striking out one to blow the save chance Tuesday against the Tigers.

    The final line doesn't look good for Romo, but he wasn't hit hard on the way to blowing his first save of the season. Though he allowed three baserunners, one reached base on an intentional walk and another on an infield single. Furthermore, an error by Starlin Castro made Romo's job more difficult and ultimately played a large role in the blown save chance. To this point in the season, Romo has served as the team's primary closer and has seven saves in eight chances.

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  • Marlins' Caleb Smith: Whiffs seven

    Smith allowed two earned runs on three hits and no walks while striking out seven across five innings Tuesday against the Tigers. He did not factor into the decision.

    Smith continued to showcase his impressive ability to generate strikeouts, inducing 17 swinging strikes on 89 total pitches. He's recorded at least seven strikeouts in all but one of nine starts this season. As a result, he's racked up an impressive 71 punchouts in 53 innings, good for a 12.1 K/9. He'll look to keep it going in his next outing, likely to come Sunday at Washington.

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  • Marlins' Brian Anderson: Big day at dish

    Anderson went 2-for4 with a double, a home run and two RBI on Tuesday against the Tigers.

    Anderson played a large role in the Marlins' victory Tuesday, hitting a sacrifice fly in the first inning and following that up with a solo homer in the seventh inning. With just a .335 slugging percentage across 189 plate appearances, power production from Anderson has been rare. He's hitting a disappointing .234, thanks largely to an increased strikeout rate.

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  • Marlins' Harold Ramirez: First career homer

    Ramirez went 2-for-5 with a home run and two runs scored Tuesday against the Tigers.

    Ramirez took Spencer Turnbull deep in the fourth inning to record his first career home run. The shot came on a line drive to the opposite field and put the Marlins up 3-1. Since being called up May 11, Ramirez has recorded five hits -- all singles besides the homer -- while displaying solid contact skills by whiffing just three times in 20 plate appearances. After hitting .355/.408/.591 in 31 games at Triple-A New Orleans prior to getting the call, Ramirez should get plenty of opportunities to prove himself capable as a major-league starter.

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  • Marlins' Riley Ferrell: Moves rehab to Triple-A

    Ferrell (biceps) will move his rehab to Triple-A New Orleans on Wednesday, Andre Fernandez of The Athletic reports.

    Biceps tendinitis has kept Ferrell sidelined to this point, though he's been able to make a pair of scoreless relief appearances while rehabbing with Double-A Jacksonville. He'll almost certainly be given a chance to show what he can do at the big-league level once healthy due to his status as a Rule 5 pick.

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  • Marlins' Jorge Alfaro: Returns as designated hitter

    Alfaro (calf) is back in the lineup as the designated hitter Tuesday against the Tigers, Andre Fernandez of The Athletic reports.

    Alfaro returns following a one-game absence due to a mild calf strain. He went 5-for-10 with a homer and two doubles in his last three games prior to the injury.

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  • Marlins' Austin Dean: Recalled by Marlins

    Dean was recalled from Triple-A New Orleans on Tuesday.

    Dean is up to replace Jon Berti, who landed on the injured list with a left oblique strain. He went 5-for-22 with nine strikeouts in his brief time in the majors earlier in the season but hit an excellent .365/.447/.661 in 33 games for New Orleans.

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  • Marlins' Jon Berti: Lands on injured list

    Berti (oblique) was placed on the 10-day injured list with a left oblique strain Tuesday.

    The move was made retroactive to Sunday, so Berti will be eligible to return May 29, though it's unclear if he's expected to require more than a minimum-length stay. Austin Dean was recalled in a corresponding move.

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  • Marlins' Neil Walker: Hot streak continues

    Walker went 2-for-3 with a double and a run scored in Sunday's win over the Mets.

    After seeing his nine-game hit streak snapped Friday and receiving the day off Saturday, Walker got right back to smacking the ball around the yard. He's slashing .368/.442/.447 in May, but the hits haven't come with a lot of production -- he's got only two runs and two RBI in 13 games on the month, and Walker hasn't gone yard since April 13.

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  • Marlins' Curtis Granderson: Swats fifth homer

    Granderson went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in Sunday's win over the Mets.

    Sandy Alcantara was busy firing a two-hit shutout for Miami, so Grandy's eighth-inning shot against his former club was just insurance. The 38-year-old outfielder is showing his age, slashing .179/.269/.368 through 38 games with five homers and 12 RBI, and Sunday's start was just his second in the last six contests. Expect Granderson to keep losing playing time to Harold Ramirez and other younger players.

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  • Marlins' Jordan Holloway: Fans 11 at High-A

    Holloway scattered three hits and a walk over five scoreless innings while striking out a career-high 11 for High-A Jupiter on Sunday.

    The 22-year-old right-hander has been overmatching Florida State League hitters with his big fastball -- when he's able to get it over the plate, that is. Holloway now has a 1.50 ERA and 39:22 K:BB through 30 innings, and he hasn't allowed a run in his last three starts (15.1 IP). This is his first full season back on the mound after Tommy John surgery in 2017, so some control issues aren't a huge surprise, and if he can tighten things up a promotion to Double-A later in the year could be in the cards.

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