Team RankingAVGRHRERA
Marlins.22481175.29
NL East5th5th5th5th
National League 14th14th14th14th

Schedule

Sun Apr 15
L 3 - 7PIT
RECAP
Mon Apr 16
L 1 - 12@NYY
RECAP
Tue Apr 17
W 9 - 1@NYY
RECAP
Thu Apr 19
L 3 - 12@MIL
RECAP
Fri Apr 20
L 0 - 8@MIL
RECAP
Sat Apr 21
L 5 - 6@MIL
RECAP
Sun Apr 22
L 2 - 4@MIL
RECAP
Mon Apr 23
L 1 - 2@LAD
RECAP
Tue Apr 24
W 3 - 2@LAD
RECAP
Wed Apr 25
W 8 - 6@LAD
RECAP
Fri Apr 27
7:10 pm ET
COL
Sat Apr 28
7:10 pm ET
COL
Sun Apr 29
1:10 pm ET
COL
Mon Apr 30
7:10 pm ET
PHI
Tue May 1
7:10 pm ET
PHI
Wed May 2
7:10 pm ET
PHI
Fri May 4
7:10 pm ET
@CIN
Sat May 5
7:10 pm ET
@CIN
Sun May 6
4:10 pm ET
@CIN
Mon May 7
8:05 pm ET
@CHC

Standings

NL
East
LEAGUE
W-L
Overall
W-L
New York15-715-7
Philadelphia12-915-9
Atlanta14-1014-10
Washington11-1411-14
Miami6-147-17
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Marlins' Dan Straily: Set for bullpen session
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Straily (forearm) will throw a bullpen session this week before the Marlins decide whether to activate him from the disabled list, Doug Padilla of MLB.com reports.

The coaching staff wants to take an up-close look at the right-hander before deciding whether he's ready to rejoin the rotation. Straily was stretched out to 88 pitches in his last rehab start for Double-A Jacksonville on Tuesday, so if he checks out OK during the bullpen, expect him to be back in the majors by early next week.

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Marlins' Wei-Yin Chen: Return still uncertain
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Chen (elbow) will need to complete at least one more bullpen session before the Marlins activate him from the disabled list and get him back in the rotation, Doug Padilla of MLB.com reports.

Previous reports suggested Chen would take the mound Saturday against the Rockies, but manager Don Matting;y refused to confirm that timetable Wednesday. The left-hander looked very good in a rehab start at High-A Jupiter on Sunday, but the Marlins will be cautious with him nonetheless given that he hasn't started a big-league game in almost a calendar year. Depending on when the bullpen session takes place and how Chen performs in it, he could be back in the majors either this weekend or early next week.

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Marlins' Martin Prado: Set to start at third base
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Prado (knee) appears to be Marlins manager Don Mattingly's first choice to start at third base once he's activated from the disabled list, Doug Padilla of MLB.com reports.

The veteran played in back-to-back rehab games for the first time Tuesday and Wednesday, and the team will wait and see how his knee responds before activating him, but Prado still seems likely to rejoin Miami's roster this weekend. Mattingly suggested he would get at least one day off a week in an effort to keep Brian Anderson in the lineup, but it looks like Prado will receive regular playing time once he's back.

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Marlins' Brian Anderson: Could be moved off third base
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Anderson could see time in right field and at first base once Martin Prado (knee) comes off the disabled list, Doug Padilla of MLB.com reports. "We'll mix [Anderson] in with some outfield and maybe some first [base], and find ways to get both in the lineup," Marlins manager Don Mattingly said Wednesday.

Mattingly seems to prefer using Prado at third base, suggesting he'd get at least one day off a week as the regular starter at the hot corner, which could make it tough for Anderson to see regular playing time as the Marlins already have a player in Derek Dietrich who can fill the third base/first base/corner outfield utility role. It remains to be seen exactly how Mattingly's lineups will shake out once Prado is back, but Anderson being stuck as a platoon partner for Dietrich and Justin Bour isn't out of the question, which would put a significant damper on his fantasy value.

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Marlins' J.T. Realmuto: Homers twice against Dodgers
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Realmuto blasted two home runs and drove in three in a 2-for-6 game Wednesday against the Dodgers.

Realmuto has absolutely mashed since coming off the disabled list April 17. He has four home runs in just seven games and now owns a .385/.448/.846 line in the early going. Obviously Realmuto will come down to Earth eventually, but the 27-year-old should be rounding into his prime and hit a respectable .278/.332/.451 with a career high 17 home runs last season. Realmuto has steadily improved since his call-up in 2015, and at this point he could be the best hitter in this bare-bones Marlins lineup.

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2018 Team Leaders
AVGStarlin Castro , 2B.302
HRJ.T. Realmuto , C4
RBIJustin Bour , 1B13
OBPBrian Anderson , 3B.385
SLGJustin Bour , 1B.415
RStarlin Castro , 2B12
SBCameron Maybin , RF1
WDillon Peters , SP2
ERAJarlin Garcia , SP1.00
WHIPJarlin Garcia , SP0.81
KCaleb Smith , SP32
SVBrad Ziegler , RP2

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