Alex Rodriguez pinch-hit and flied out to end the game in his homecoming Monday night, and the Miami Marlins beat the New York Yankees 2-1.
There’s going to be a lot of focus on South Florida in the baseball world over the next couple of days.
The ball, marked and numbered for the occasion, bounced high off the dirt and down the third-base line, where a rookie who was 4 years-old when Derek Jeter made his major league debut leaped into the air to attempt a barehanded play.
The New York Yankees got a bigger dose of Yu Darvish this time.
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Julio Teheran said he took the mound with one goal: “Show everybody what I can do.”
Evan Gattis blames himself for not getting his catcher’s mitt lower and keeping Adeiny Hechavarria from scoring on a wild pitch.
It seems the Atlanta Braves can do no wrong, and Brandon Beachy couldn’t be happier.
The Braves showed good focus, beating Miami 3-0 on Wednesday night as Martin Prado homered and Paul Maholm combined with three relievers on a six-hitter.
Marlins manager Ozzie Guillen was more excited about Giancarlo Stanton’s glove than his bat.
The right fielder had the biggest hit of the game — a two-run homer, but what really impressed Guillen was his diving catch that saved at least two runs in Miami’s 8-4 win over Atlanta Wednesday night.