Max Scherzer was hardly at his best the last time out, or against the Miami Marlins earlier this season.
Who says Marlins Park favors pitchers over hitters?
The Miami Marlins continue to be sellers, agreeing to trade pitcher Mat Latos and first baseman Michael Morse — two players acquired last offseason — to the Los Angeles Dodgers Wednesday, according to the Miami […]
While the offense for the Washington Nationals is finally healthy, their bullpen just became much stronger – but perhaps unhappier.
Playing a home game for the first time in weeks, the struggling Miami Marlins gave their fans something to cheer about.
The Miami Marlins pitching rotation has been decimated by injury for a stretch that bridges this season and last.
Jordan Zimmermann’s ERA is more than two runs higher on the road, and even if he’s able to correct that it might not be enough against Jose Fernandez at Marlins Park.
The Miami Marlins have bigger problems than the setup of their home ballpark, but that doesn’t mean it’s not an issue.
The way things were going, it seemed the Padres would likely be sellers as the trade deadline approaches. That was before they won five of eight on homestead that might change the front office’s thinking.
Mat Latos won’t dodge the fact there’s a good chance the Miami Marlins will deal him prior to next week’s trade deadline.