The Miami Marlins season has gone through several ups and downs and as the team approaches the All-Star break they find themselves three games below .500 and six games behind first place Atlanta in the NL East (as of July 8).
Even Giancarlo Stanton’s monster performance wasn’t enough to help the Miami Marlins put an end to their losing streak.
The owner of the World Series champion Boston Red Sox is apparently unimpressed by the Miami Marlins’ attempts to improve their feeble offense.
As the Miami Marlins bring their season to close, owner Jeffrey Loria has announced changes in the home office.
The Miami Marlins are a mess with a 55-94 record heading into the final weeks of the regular season. The team has struggled hitting, fielding, and outside of Jose Fernandez, pitching. But the biggest dysfunction may be in the team’s front office.
The Kansas City Royals haven’t had too much trouble with any opponent lately. That doesn’t figure to change during a visit from the NL-worst Miami Marlins.
It seems the Atlanta Braves can do no wrong, and Brandon Beachy couldn’t be happier.
Rob Brantly dashed home on a wild pitch to score the game’s first run, and Donovan Solano stretched the lead for the Miami Marlins, who earned a rare series win in Colorado.
Stop us if you’ve heard this one before: the Miami Marlins have a superstar in the making on the roster, swear they’re not going to trade him, and then word gets out the team is listening to offers for said player.
Marlins starting pitcher Nathan Eovaldi couldn’t get anything working for him against Atlanta Thursday night as the Braves thumped the Marlins, 6-1.