As anyone in the Miami Marlins organization will tell you, Saturday night’s win was a long time coming.
The Miami Marlins’ first game under new manager Dan Jennings took a little longer than most but ended with the same result as many of their recent contests.
Once again the Miami Marlins find themselves trying to salvage one game in a series finale.
Rookie Jace Peterson hit a grand slam for his first major league home run, and the Atlanta Braves overcame another tape-measure shot by Giancarlo Stanton to remain undefeated this year at Marlins Park by beating Miami 5-3 Saturday.
A line drive up the middle hit Mat Latos on shin forcing the Miami Marlins’ right-hander out of the game against the Atlanta Braves.
Miami Marlins opening day starter Henderson Alvarez will rejoin the rotation Sunday when he starts against the Atlanta Braves.
The Miami Marlins have played well enough to be above .500 but their bullpen has let them down time and time again.
The Miami Marlins have always had a hard time getting wins at Nationals Park and this week was no different.
The Miami Marlins are looking to win their fourth consecutive series on Thursday in D.C.
Mat Latos and four relievers combined on a three-hitter, and the Miami Marlins beat Stephen Strasburg and the Washington Nationals 2-1 Tuesday night.