The Miami Marlins road woes continued in Arizona on Monday.
The Miami Marlins lost All-Star second baseman Dee Gordon to a dislocated left thumb Saturday, and they responded with a franchise-record offensive outburst, beating Cincinnati 14-3.
Mike Leake allowed three hits and struck out 10 in eight innings, and Jay Bruce homered in the second inning to help the Cincinnati Reds beat the Miami Marlins 1-0 Friday.
Jose Fernandez pitched seven innings and tied the modern record for most consecutive home victories by a starter to begin a career, helping the Miami Marlins beat the Cincinnati Reds 2-0 Thursday.
The Reds’ hottest hitters were at it again, helping a sick starter pull through a tough day.
The Miami Marlins have been getting an influx of offense from a very unlikely source.
Justin Nicolino’s major league debut was a smashing success.
Despite their difference in record, the Miami Marlins and New York Yankees aren’t that dissimilar this season.
The Miami Marlins continue to prepare for the new baseball season as Spring Training has reached its halfway point.
Only in spring training can a walkoff homerun get overshadowed by players who had little-to-no impact on the game.