The Miami Marlins took another step towards becoming an annual contender for the National League pennant on Wednesday.
Brandon Belt, Yusmeiro Petit and the rest of the San Francisco Giants did what they do so well in October: They never give in, never give up, and win. Simple as that. No matter what it takes – or how long.
After an impressive second half of 2014, Miami Marlins right-hander Jarred Cosart will head into the offseason with an eight-walk performance he called “embarrassing.”
- The Washington Nationals returned to a more familiar lineup and looked the part of a World Series contender again.
As Wilmer Flores continued his recent turnaround, the New York Mets ended their longest home skid in nearly a month while evening up their series with the Miami Marlins.
After tying a major-league record when their first eight batters struck out, the Marlins came back twice to beat the Mets.
If Stephen Strasburg is to avoid losing a third straight start, he likely can’t afford another rough outing in Miami.
As the trade deadline approaches, the Miami Marlins have utilized strong pitching and timely hitting to put together a streak of wins that has brought the team back into contention for the postseason.
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