A game that was interrupted by rain ended up going in the Miami Marlins favor on Thursday.
Comebacks are a big part of baseball but aren’t the easiest thing to practice. The Miami Marlins had a chance to do just that on Tuesday.
The beginning of a new baseball season is less than two weeks away and fans in South Florida are feeling a different kind of excitement than they have in the past.
New Miami Marlins pitcher Mat Latos must be glad that his outing on Monday took place during Spring Training and not a month from now.
Last season the Miami Marlins became known for having one of the best, up-and-coming young outfield combinations in the majors.
The Miami Marlins have one of the best young outfield’s in baseball and has taken another step towards keeping the unit together for years to come.
The Miami Marlins have remained busy since the end of the 2014 season constructing a roster that can compete for a championship for years to come.
There have been some pretty significant changes around the Miami Marlins over the past several months as the team is working hard to change their perception and culture.
The Miami Marlins’ roster wasn’t the only thing to get an upgrade in 2015.
Washington’s top-notch rotation saw a minor hiccup on Saturday. Gio Gonzalez, the Nationals’ left-hander, gave up three straight hits, including a two-run double in what turned into a 4-0 Marlins’ victory.