The Miami Marlins 2015 season has been a big disappointment.
Mike Redmond has been fired as manager of the Marlins, a team off to a disappointing 16-22 start after an aggressive offseason.
With a dazzling young core and some veteran leadership, the Miami Marlins’ current hot spell is a realization of the success many envisioned heading into 2015.
The Miami Marlins took another step towards becoming an annual contender for the National League pennant on Wednesday.
Brandon Belt, Yusmeiro Petit and the rest of the San Francisco Giants did what they do so well in October: They never give in, never give up, and win. Simple as that. No matter what it takes – or how long.
On the same day the Marlins ended their 2014 season by getting no-hit by Jordan Zimmermann of the Washington Nationals, Miami began looking ahead by giving manager Mike Redmond a two-year contract extension.
Kike Hernandez’s grand slam, J.T. Realmuto’s three-run triple and Adeiny Hechavarria’s four hits helped the Miami Marlins beat the NL East champion Washington Nationals 15-7 for a split of a day-night doubleheader Friday.
Coming off a disappointing series in Colorado, the Miami Marlins will look to continue their standings climb towards a wild card spot in Los Angeles against the division leading Angels.
Julio Teheran pitched 7 1-3 innings and scored the tying run in the seventh on Friday to help the Atlanta Braves move a game ahead of Miami atop the NL East by beating the Marlins 3-2.
As the Miami Marlins continue to build its team around a bevy of young pitching talent, the division rival Atlanta Braves are seeing pitchers spending more time in the trainer’s room than on the mound.