A year after going 0-4 in the opening series of the year, the Miami Marlins are red hot winning three of four from the Colorado Rockies heading into the second series against the San Diego Padres.
The Miami Marlins just finished off winning three of four from the Colorado Rockies, but lost in the one loss was what happened to Rockies All-Star outfielder Carlos Gonzalez on Wednesday.
Inning after inning, the Colorado Rockies kept pitching out of jams to preserve a lead, until a blooper dropped in shallow left field in the eighth inning for the Miami Marlins.
Jordan Pacheco had three hits, Jordan Lyles won in his Colorado debut as the Rockies held on for a 6-5 victory over the Miami Marlins Wednesday night for their first win of the season.
The last time Miami Marlins pitcher Henderson Alvarez was on the field at Marlins Park to pitch, he was mobbed by his teammates after completing a no-hitter. Wednesday, Alvarez will once again take the mound to try to start off 2014 with a win.
The Miami Marlins have complained in the past of poor attendance at games. But when a record crowd shows up for Opening Day and massive lines for concessions ensued, the team had a message for disgruntled fans…get over it.
Don’t look now, but the Miami Marlins are 2-0 on the young season and the two victories have come behind two young fireballers leading the rotation.
Nathan Eovaldi pitched six innings and the Miami Marlins made the most of five hits to beat the Colorado Rockies for the second night in a row Tuesday, 4-3.
Jose Fernandez says his grandmother will likely live with him all season on a visa from Cuba, which could be good news for the Miami Marlins, because she brought them good luck in the season opener.
The Miami Marlins will be looking to capitalize on its wealth of young pitching again Tuesday night when right-hander Nathan Eovaldi takes the mound in the second-game of a four-game series against the Colorado Rockies at Marlins Park.