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MIAMI (CBSMiami/AP) – A new era of Miami Marlins baseball will begin on Monday night.

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A managerial change quite obviously had been on the collective mind of the Marlins’ brass well before the club came within one out of being no-hit.

Mike Redmond lost his job mere minutes after the final out capped Miami’s latest loss, and the club said his replacement will be named before the opener of a four-game set against the visiting Arizona Diamondbacks on Monday night.

Redmond received the news almost immediately after the Marlins (16-22) were held without a hit until Justin Bour’s single with two outs in the ninth inning of Sunday’s 6-0 loss to Atlanta.

Miami has been outscored 39-17 while dropping six of seven, the latest stretch of disappointment after it made headlines in the offseason by signing Giancarlo Stanton to a record $325 million contract.

Stanton’s array of tape-measure homers and MLB-leading 36 RBIs weren’t enough to save Redmond, who went 155-207 in two-plus seasons and signed a two-year contract extension on the final day of last season.

The Marlins expected to be much more competitive after an offseason that included the acquisitions of Dee Gordon, Mat Latos, Michael Morse, Martin Prado and Ichiro Suzuki. But they lost 11 of their first 14 and still are struggling to find some consistency outside of Stanton and Gordon, who is hitting .420.

The Marlins also fired bench coach Rob Leary as they prepare to name their sixth different manager since firing Fredi Gonzalez in June 2010. Owner Jeffrey Loria fired Jeff Torborg when the Marlins started 16-22 in 2003, and Jack McKeon then led them to their second World Series title.

“We are looking for a new voice,” president of baseball operations Michael Hill said. “We haven’t played up to our abilities, and we hope that a new voice will spark our team.”

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Dan Haren also was acquired in the offseason, and he’ll take the mound looking to bounce back from a rough outing. Haren (4-2, 3.70 ERA) won his previous three starts while posting a 2.00 ERA before allowing six runs and 11 hits through 4 1-3 innings of Tuesday’s 11-1 loss to the Los Angeles Dodgers.

The right-hander was hit on the glove hand by a batted ball in the first, but didn’t blame the incident for his performance. Haren is 5-2 with a 3.63 ERA in seven starts against the Diamondbacks since they traded him to the Los Angeles Angels in July 2010.

Chris Owings is 9 for 14 in his career against Haren, and he’s 13 for 26 during a six-game hitting streak after going 1 for 4 in Sunday’s 6-0 loss to Philadelphia.

The Diamondbacks (15-21) have dropped four straight after suffering their sixth defeat in their last eight on the road.

“It was a tough series,” manager Chip Hale said. “They beat us every way they could, and we didn’t respond. We’re just going to have to go to Miami and figure it out.”

Rubby De La Rosa gets the ball looking to help Arizona get back on track. De La Rosa (4-2, 4.50) has won back-to-back starts, giving up three hits in seven innings of an 11-0 victory over San Diego on May 7 before allowing four runs in seven innings of a 14-6 win over Washington on Tuesday.

The right-hander, who also added his first career RBI against the Nationals, had a 5.40 ERA through his first five starts.

De La Rosa has never started against the Marlins, making just one relief appearance against them in 2011 while with the Dodgers.

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