The Miami Marlins have stumbled into the All-Star break for a second straight year. This year, the team will not be represented in the game by a player after Giancarlo Stanton had to have surgery. But it was Hanley Ramirez who put the final wrapping on a dismal first half of the season.
The Miami Marlins are looking a lot like the 2011 Florida Marlins in the month of June.
Matt Cain used to be San Francisco’s hard-luck loser, seemingly never getting the run support he needed. He had finally begun to shed that stigma this season and had a nice new contract as a vote of confidence — not to mention 18 straight scoreless innings over his first two home starts.
The Miami Marlins are coming off their first home series, which saw them win two of three games. But Tuesday when the Marlins returned to the field, they also saw the return of their manager.
The new-look Miami Marlins will take the field Monday for the first time in 2012 Grapefruit League action against the defending World Series champion St. Louis Cardinals.
All it took was some serious free agent spending, a brand new stadium, and a new outspoken manager and the new look Miami Marlins have made the cover of Sports Illustrated this week.
Florida Marlins shortstop Hanley Ramirez had an MRI on his injured shoulder Wednesday, and it was good news for Hanley and the Marlins.
Based on the celebration by some Florida Marlins fans Tuesday night, you’d think the team won the World Series. Instead, it was just the second victory in the month for the Marlins who look to win two-in-a-row Wednesday night against the Los Angeles Angels.
The Florida Marlins will try to snap their 11-game losing streak Tuesday night when they throw Javier Vazquez against the Los Angeles Angels at Sun Life Stadium.
When the Florida Marlins take the field to try and change their losing ways Thursday, they’ll be doing it without their starting shortstop.