Marlins Fire Manager Mike RedmondMike Redmond has been fired as manager of the Marlins, a team off to a disappointing 16-22 start after an aggressive offseason.
Marlins Look To Avoid Sweep Against Visiting BravesOnce again the Miami Marlins find themselves trying to salvage one game in a series finale.
Haren, Hechavarria Lead Marlins To Second Straight WinThe Miami Marlins are starting to resemble the team that many thought they would be in 2015.
Marlins Battle Braves In Finale Looking For First Series Win Of The SeasonTuesday night’s performance by the Miami Marlins was a long time coming.
Marlins Hope To Get Back On Track With Koehler On The MoundIt’s been a bit of a backwards start for the teams facing off at Turner Field this week.
Marlins Swept By Braves In Opening Series After Lack Of OffenseThe Miami Marlins’ promising season didn’t start off the way that the team had hoped.
Braves' Pitching Too Much For Marlins On Rainy Opening DayThe Miami Marlins couldn’t do much against the Atlanta Braves strong pitching unit on Monday.
Gordon, Marlins Look For First Win After Rough OpenerThe Miami Marlins’ season didn’t start the way they had hoped. It’s a good thing there are 161 more games to be played.
Prado Slams Bases-Loaded Double, Marlins Beat Braves 5-1Marlins newcomer Martin Prado flexed a little power against his former club, driving in two with a bases-loaded double in the sixth, helping Miami beat the Atlanta Braves 5-1 on Friday.
MLB Clarifies Home Plate Collision Rule Major League Baseball sent a memo to teams and umpires clarifying this year's experimental rule intended to limit collisions at home plate, saying runners should not be called safe if the ball clearly beats them.
Marlins Go For Series Win In Finale Vs. BravesAaron Harang hasn't lost in his last five starts, and having a productive Freddie Freeman in the Atlanta Braves' lineup could go a long way in helping him pick up another victory.