One of the best things that can happen in a baseball game is when they end in a walk-off home run.
Caleb Gindl hit his first career home run in the bottom of the 13th inning and the Brewers beat Miami 1-0 on Sunday, shutting out the punchless Marlins for the third consecutive game.
Bryce Harper homered twice for the first time in his career and the first-place Washington Nationals snapped a five-game losing streak by beating the Miami Marlins 8-4 Wednesday night.
In a season full of misery, the Miami Marlins have one diamond in quite a bit of rough. Twenty-two-year-old right fielder Giancarlo Stanton has made a name for himself as not only the Marlins’ best player, but also a power hitter the entire league should be wary of facing.
If you’ve been to the new Marlins Park and were lucky enough to see a home run, you’ve seen it in action. If you’ve watched a game on TV, you probably saw it take off and wondered, “What IS that thing?” Maybe you can come up with a better name than the Marlins.
If you’ve ever attended a Marlins batting practice session, you already knew. But Monday night, the rest of the nation got a glimpse of the kind of bombs Giancarlo Stanton is known for in South Florida.
To watch or not to watch; that’s the question that’s been posed to sports playing children about their parents, and the answer may surprise you.
As the Marlins continue to sit at the bottom of the NL East standings, the team got a big shot in the arm last night from Mike Stanton’s walk-off home run in the tenth inning against the division leading Philadelphia Phillies.
The Florida Marlins may be at home after a dismal 5-4 road trip to the West Coast, but their game continues to suffer. A pinch-hit homer in the ninth inning propelled the Milwaukee Brewers to a 6-5 victory over the Fish on Friday night.