Fernandez Strikes Out 12 As Marlins Top Rays 9-1After a rocky start to the season, the Miami Marlins pitching ace has regained the form that has him viewed as one of the best young arms in baseball.
Fernandez Goes For 6th Straight Win As Fish Face Rays In TampaJose Fernandez is in a sensational groove and will look to win his sixth consecutive start when the visiting Miami Marlins wrap up a four-game, home-and-home series against the Tampa Bay Rays on Thursday afternoon.
Gillespie Has Late Tiebreaking RBI Single, Marlins Top RaysCole Gillespie got two hits in a rare start. The second one was a game-winner.
Citrus Series Between Marlins And Rays Shifts To TampaThe two Florida baseball teams that are separated by just a few hundred miles have played a couple of tightly contested games this week.
Local Students Attend CBS4 S.T.E.A.M. Day At Marlins ParkThousands of students from across South Florida attended the 11th annual CBS4 S.T.E.A.M. Day Tuesday prior to the Miami Marlins vs. Tampa Bay Rays game at Marlins Park. Previously known as Weather Day, S.T.E.A.M. stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math.
Stanton Homers, Marlins Fall 4-3 To RaysThe Citrus Series will shift to central Florida tied at one game apiece.
Koehler Takes Mound For Game 2 Of Tampa SeriesVeteran Ichiro Suzuki has been on an offensive tear of late while teammate Marcell Ozuna seemingly can't be stopped at home.
Ichiro Fuels Marlins Comeback Win Over RaysAge is only a number, just ask the Miami Marlins’ oldest player.
Giancarlo Stanton Keeping Spirits Up Despite Major SlumpThe Miami Marlins best hitter is going through a bit of a funk.
Back Injury Keeps Marlins' Yelich Out MondayMiami Marlins left fielder Christian Yelich was left off of Monday’s starting lineup against the Tampa Rays due to back spasms according to reports by MLB.com’s Joe Frisaro.
Rays Visit Miami For Interleague SeriesThe Tampa Bay Rays visit the Miami Marlins on Monday for the 100th meeting between the Sunshine State rivals since interleague play began.
Signs Of Progress For Stanton In Marlins' 8-2 Loss To NatsGiancarlo Stanton singled, put the ball in play twice and took some pitches off the plate, which constituted a sign of progress for the Miami Marlins' slumping lineup.

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