Trial Date Set For Alleged Drunk Driver Who Killed Kaely CamachoA trial date has been set for the man accused in the DUI hit and run crash that killed 13-year-old Kaely Camacho.
Marlins Hire Mike Redmond As New ManagerThe Miami Marlins have agreed to terms on a three-year contract with Mike Redmond to become the team’s new manager.
Marlins Fire Manager Ozzie GuillenThe Miami Marlins completed one of the most inept seasons in franchise history Tuesday when they fired manager Ozzie Guillen after just one season.
Report: Marlins "Aggressively" Looking For New ManagerThe Miami Marlins season mercifully came to an end Wednesday night, but the speculation surrounding manager Ozzie Guillen’s future remained red hot.
Miami Marlins Are A MessThe Miami Marlins descent into madness is almost complete in 2012. The team’s owner spent the weekend sniping at a former manager and Monday, closer Heath Bell took aim at the team’s current manager, Ozzie Guillen.
Report: Marlins Considering Firing GuillenNo one will argue the Miami Marlins season of promise turned into a disaster, but is it enough to cost manager Ozzie Guillen his job? According to a new report, it just might.
Marlins Release 2013 ScheduleThe Miami Marlins will start the 2013 season by facing the likely NL East division champion Washington Nationals starting April 1, 2013 in Washington, D.C.
Dodgers Thump Marlins, 11-4Nathan Eovaldi received a rude welcome back to Dodger Stadium from former teammates Andre Ethier and Juan Rivera — and the player he was traded to the Florida Marlins for.
Marlins Drop Doubleheader To Diamondbacks After two big offensive games, Miami's bats went quiet during a desert doubleheader.
Stanton Power Marlins To 12-3 Blowout Of D-BacksGiancarlo Stanton doesn't look like someone who spent a month on the disabled list after knee surgery.
Braves Pound Marlins AgainMarlins starting pitcher Nathan Eovaldi couldn't get anything working for him against Atlanta Thursday night as the Braves thumped the Marlins, 6-1.
Marlins Pull Out 4-2 Victory Over The BravesThe Miami Marlins sent pitcher Wade LeBlanc to the mound Wednesday night and he responded by giving up five hits and one run in 4.1 innings to help lead the Marlins to an unexpected 4-2 victory over the Atlanta Braves.
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