Marlins Rumors & News

  • Marlins roll to 11-0 victory; Rea leaves with injury

    The Sports Xchange "MIAMI -- The Miami Marlins' 11-0 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals on Saturday night at Marlins Park should have been cause for celebration. But it wasn't. Colin Rea, who was making his Marlins debut after being acquired in a trade with the San Diego Padres, left after 3 1/3 innings..." July 30

  • Ichiro picks up pinch-hit double for career hit No. 2,998

    The Score "Ichiro Suzuki checked off one milestone en route to another on Thursday. The Miami Marlins outfielder picked up a pinch-hit double in the seventh inning against the St. Louis Cardinals to give him 350 career doubles. The hit had a little more meaning on a larger scale, however, as the two-base..." July 29

  • Marlins Pushing To Land Andrew Cashner; Rangers Out?

    MLB Trade Rumors "Texas isn’t landing Cashner, sources tell MLB.com’s T.R. Sullivan (via Twitter). That would seem to leave the Marlins in position to finalize an agreement, and SB Nation’s Chris Cotillo tweets the Fish are indeed getting closer to striking a deal." July 29

  • Marlins agree to acquire Cashner

    The Score "The Miami Marlins have reportedly reached an agreement to acquire right-handed pitcher Andrew Cashner from the San Diego Padres, sources told ESPN's Buster Olney." July 29

  • Cardinals pound Marlins; Suzuki stays at 2,998

    The Sports Xchange "MIAMI -- Having tripled, doubled and singled in his first three at-bats, Kolten Wong knew exactly what he needed to do next. After his St. Louis Cardinals defeated the Miami Marlins 11-6 on Friday night at Marlins Park, Wong left little doubt he was hunting for the homer he needed to..." July 29

  • Suzuki: 'I want to keep playing until I'm 50'

    ESPN "Ichiro Suzuki is just two hits away from becoming the 30th player in Major League Baseball to reach 3,000 hits -- and his will be one of the fastest journeys ever, just 16 years after winning rookie of the year and MVP in his debut MLB season. We recently sat down with the Miami outfielder, now..." July 29

  • MLB insiders skeptical Marlins’ go-for-it trade was worth it

    New York Post "The Marlins are going for it. Is that a good thing? They have every reason to try to make the playoffs this season, considering only the Mariners have gone longer (since 2001) without making the playoffs than the Marlins (since 2003). They have a terrific young nucleus playing well, highlighted..." July 29

  • Padres deal Andrew Cashner, Colin Rea, Tayron Guerrero to Marlins for Jarred Cosart, Carter Capps and Josh Naylor

    San Diego Union-Tribune "The Padres have agreed to trade right-handers Andrew Cashner and Colin Rea to the Miami Marlins for right-hander Jarred Cosart, first-base prospect Josh Naylor and young arm Luis Castillo, a source confirmed on Friday. According to FoxSports.com, Marlins reliever Carter Capps and Padres pitching..." July 29

  • Marlins eyeing Volquez, Shoemaker, Teheran

    Fish Stripes "As the Marlins continue searching for starting pitching help, the club has expressed interest in Edinson Volquez, Matt Shoemaker and Julio Teheran, according to Barry Jackson of The Miami Herald. The Marlins are hoping to add at least one starter in advance of the non-waiver trade deadline..." July 29

  • Cardinals hand Marlins' Fernandez rare home loss

    The Sports Xchange "MIAMI -- Dee Gordon's return was a dud for the Miami Marlins, but perhaps that was to be expected after the second baseman was out for 80 games. Jose Fernandez's poor performance, however, was stunning Aledmys Diaz homered, doubled and drove in three runs as the St. Louis Cardinals..." July 28

  • Marlins 'desperate' to add starting pitching

    The Score "The Miami Marlins are reportedly leaving no stone left unturned in their search for a starter. Miami is "desperate" to add a starting pitcher, a rival executive told ESPN's Jerry Crasnick, but the club is finding a possible acquisition difficult due to a lack of prospect talent." July 28

  • Marlins president: Gordon needs to ask forgiveness from clubhouse

    MLB.com "The Marlins are prepared to welcome Dee Gordon back to their roster on Thursday. Gordon's 80-game suspension is coming to an end, and the 2015 National League batting champion will be reinstated in time for Miami's series opener against the Cardinals. Gordon was suspended on April 28 for being..." July 28

  • Ichiro singles for career hit No. 2,997

    The Score "Ichiro Suzuki is three hits away from becoming the 30th player in major-league history to reach 3,000. The Miami Marlins outfielder picked up a single in the eighth inning of Tuesday's game with the Philadelphia Phillies to pick up career hit No. 2,997. "Ichi is an amazing player," manager..." July 27

  • Stanton, Kelly power Marlins to rout of Phillies

    The Sports Xchange "MIAMI -- One alarm clock wasn't going to cut it for Adam Conley. Conley, a Miami Marlins left-hander, used three rise-and-shine devices to make sure he got up at 6:30 a.m. for a noon start. Apparently, no one woke up the Philadelphia Phillies. That's how it appeared on Wednesday..." July 27

  • Make-A-Wish Foundation teen becomes Marlins manager for a day

    The Score "The Miami Marlins made Micah Goeman's dream come true. Goeman's wish was to be a major-league manager, and on Tuesday the Marlins, along with the Make-A-Wish Foundation, gave him that chance. The 18-year-old Indiana native was named the team's manager for the day, and was even signed to a..." July 26

  • Marlins' four-hit pitching silences Phillies

    The Sports Xchange "MIAMI -- Giancarlo Stanton said his Miami Marlins, scoreless for 24 consecutive innings, "needed to get some energy going." Ichiro Suzuki tried to provide a boost, driving the first pitch of the bottom of the first inning to the wall. But that was just a long out, and the search for offense..." July 26

  • Dee Gordon Set to Return from PED Suspension on Thursday

    Baseball Essential "After back-to-back huge seasons by second baseman Dee Gordon with the Los Angeles Dodgers and Miami Marlins, it had seemed like he was one of the many young stars in the game who forced fans to watch when he was at the plate. Gordon’s electric speed and hit tool left him receiving MVP votes at the..." July 26

  • Miami Marlins trade rumors: Hector Santiago could be an option

    Fish Stripes "If the Angels opt to move Hector Santiago in advance of the non-waiver trade deadline, the Marlins could be interested, according to ESPN’s Jerry Crasnick. Crasnick adds the Marlins are “aiming their sights higher” at the moment, though that could change quickly. Santiago could be an..." July 26

  • Phillies cap shutout of Marlins with late runs

    The Sports Xchange "MIAMI - The Philadelphia Phillies appreciate Jeremy Hellickson, and Cameron Rupp let him know. "He's not going anywhere," Rupp shouted as Hellickson talked to the media. Hellickson did not get the win on Monday night, but he contributed to the victory with six scoreless innings as the..." July 25

  • Marlins' Chen headed to DL with elbow issue

    The Score "The Miami Marlins will place Wei-Yin Chen on the 15-day disabled list with an elbow issue, manager Don Mattingly confirmed Sunday, one day after the 31-year-old left-hander was scratched from Monday's scheduled start against the Philadelphia Phillies. On Saturday, the Marlins offered no..." July 24

  • Matz pitches six scoreless innings as Mets blank Marlins

    The Sports Xchange "MIAMI -- This could have gone terribly wrong for New York Mets left-hander Steven Matz. With runners on the corners and two outs in the fifth inning, Matz faced Miami Marlins slugger Giancarlo Stanton, who had hit five homers in the past three games against the Mets. Stanton, a..." July 24

  • Fernandez wins again at home, Stanton homers for Miami

    The Sports Xchange "MIAMI -- Speed kills, and whether it was Jose Fernandez's 99-mph fastballs or Giancarlo Stanton's 100-plus-mph line drives, the Miami Marlins knocked out the New York Mets on Saturday night. They even boxed in the dugout to celebrate. Fernandez improved his Marlins Park record to 26-1,..." July 23

  • Marlins still in mix to acquire Cashner

    The Score "The playoff-chasing Miami Marlins remain in discussions with the San Diego Padres regarding pitcher Andrew Cashner, the coveted right-hander who's been the subject of increased trade speculation in recent days. Cashner continues to be pursued by several teams ahead of next week's non-waiver..." July 23

  • Ichiro is 4 MLB hits away from 3,000

    SB Nation "Ichiro Suzuki is in the unique position of having more hits than anyone else in baseball history while also sitting just four hits away from becoming the 30th player in MLB history with 3,000 career knocks. Ichiro has 4,274 when you combine his 1,278 hits from Nippon Professional Baseball, and has..." July 23

  • Ichiro moves within 4 hits of 3,000 with multi-hit effort

    The Score "Ichiro Suzuki moved closer toward immortality Thursday at Citizens Bank Park, where the venerable Miami Marlins recorded the 2,995th and 2,996th hits of his MLB career with a pair of singles against the Philadelphia Phillies for his 18th multi-hit game of 2016. Making just his second start..." July 22

  • Reyes ignites Mets in victory over Marlins

    The Sports Xchange "MIAMI -- Pitcher Logan Verrett knows exactly what leadoff hitter and recent acquisition Jose Reyes brings to the New York Mets. "He's like a can of Red Bull balled up into a human being," said Verrett, who started for New York on Friday. "That's something we were lacking. He brings that..." July 22

  • Koehler, Marlins cruise past Phillies

    The Sports Xchange "PHILADELPHIA -- Tom Koehler was nearly unhittable, the Miami offense did plenty of hitting and the Marlins rolled to a 9-3 win over the Philadelphia Phillies at Citizens Bank Park Thursday night. Miami, which took three of four from the Phillies, has won 11 of its past 16. The Marlins..." July 21

  • MLB eyes limits on relief pitchers, which doesn't make much sense

    Sporting News "Rob Manfred has been vocal about several changes he's looking to negotiate during his tenure as commissioner of Major League Baseball. Add "relief pitcher restrictions" to that list. On Thursday's episode of ESPN's "Mike and Mike," Manfred said MLB has been "talking a lot internally" about..." July 21

  • Hellickson keeps Marlins in check in Phillies' win

    The Sports Xchange "PHILADELPHIA -- Jeremy Hellickson did not consider Wednesday night's start against the Miami Marlins an audition. It might have been just that, however. The Philadelphia right-hander pitched eight strong innings and Tyler Goeddel homered as the Phillies beat the Marlins 4-1. "It..." July 20

  • The MLB home run explosion of 2016: Are juiced baseballs to blame?

    ESPN "The day before the All-Star Game, Max Scherzer was in a good mood. He talked about University of Missouri football, how the curveball he developed in 2013 took his game to the next level and the new cutter he's starting to throw. Then he was asked about the home run spike across the..." July 20

  • How every team in the National League looks going into the MLB trade deadline

    CBS Sports "The August 1 non-waiver trade deadline is just two weeks away, meaning the clock is ticking for teams to complete trades that will either help position themselves for a playoff push this year or set themselves up for a brighter future. Last week, we looked at all 15 American League teams,..." July 20

  • Yelich's 10th-inning single sends Marlins past Philliies

    The Sports Xchange "PHILADELPHIA -- The Miami Marlins continue to find ways to win, and Christian Yelich continues to be a big reason for that. Yelich, who homered earlier in the game, drove in the decisive run with an opposite-field single in the top of the 10th inning as the Marlins beat the Philadelphia..." July 19

  • Report: Marlins target Pineda, Hellickson in starter search

    The Score "The Miami Marlins need starting pitching help to stay in the playoff race, and they're apparently leaving no stone unturned in that quest. Miami has reportedly inquired about several pitchers, most notably Philadelphia Phillies right-hander Jeremy Hellickson and New York Yankees right-hander..." July 19

  • Prado's homer powers Marlins past Phillies

    The Sports Xchange "PHILADELPHIA -- Martin Prado said Monday night's 3-2 win over the Philadelphia Phillies was "significant." It was also the first of its kind, the Marlins having never before rallied to win after trailing through eight innings this season. Prado won it with a leadoff homer off Phillies..." July 18

  • Christian Yelich's attorneys looking into 'false and defamatory' video

    CBS Sports "Marlins outfielder Christian Yelich has issued a response to a video posted online allegedly showing him engaged in a sex act with a woman. His lawyers are investigating. Yelich's tweet was deleted shortly after being posted. The video in question was posted on Twitter by user @RealMarlinsFan...." July 18

  • Marlins Interested In Jeremy Hellickson

    MLB Trade Rumors "The Marlins’ search for rotation help has spanned many targets over the past month, and MLB.com’s Joe Frisaro adds another name to the list today, tweeting that Miami is interested in division-rival Jeremy Hellickson of the Phillies. Marlins scouts and officials will get an up-close look at..." July 18

  • Rage against the machines: MLB stars don't want to see robot umps

    Sporting News "When you follow a game on Major League Baseball’s website, it’s there. When you watch a local broadcast, there’s a good chance you’ll see it. When you see an ESPN broadcast, it’s part of the live picture. Graphics showing the strike zone, telling viewers immediately whether a pitch is good, are..." July 18

  • Marlins no longer the circus clowns of MLB

    USA Today "Major League Baseball’s carnival act, which has amused us for years with its own version of clowns, fortune tellers and Tilt-a-Whirls, has left town. The Miami Marlins, before our very eyes, have become an honest-to-goodness baseball team, turning 13 years of anguish and comedy into legitimate..." July 18

  • Report: Shortened MLB schedule gaining momentum

    Sportsnaut "Major League Baseball has used a 162-game schedule for more than 50 years. When it comes time to negotiate the new Collective Bargaining Agreement, the MLB schedule might be changing. “The idea of returning to a 154-game regular season has gained momentum recently,” per David Lennon of New York..." July 18

  • Suzuki creeps toward milestone as Marlins beat Cardinals

    The Sports Xchange "ST. LOUIS -- Ichiro Suzuki drew closer to a cherished major league milestone and helped the Miami Marlins maintain their place in the National League wild-card race. Suzuki collected three hits and a walk Sunday, leading Miami's 13-hit attack as it knocked off the St. Louis Cardinals 6-3 at..." July 17

  • Marlins capitalize on Cardinals' bullpen, defense

    The Sports Xchange "ST. LOUIS -- Call it a case of failure ultimately leading to success. Miami Marlins second baseman Miguel Rojas atoned for a flyout that left the bases loaded in the seventh inning Friday night with a tie-breaking RBI single in the top of the ninth, giving Miami a 7-6 win over the St. Louis..." July 16

  • Deja vu for Wainwright as Cardinals blank Marlins

    The Sports Xchange "ST. LOUIS -- On Saturday night, the St. Louis Cardinals celebrated the 10-year anniversary of their 2006 team that won the World Series after sneaking into the playoffs with an 83-79 record that barely won the National League Central. The guy who threw the last pitch of that World Series..." July 16

  • Marlins' Dee Gordon: Expected to begin rehab work Monday

    CBS Sports "Gordon (suspension) is expected to begin a 10-game rehab assignment with Triple-A New Orleans on Monday, Clark Spencer of the Miami Herald reports." July 15

  • Marlins have deal in place with #7 pick Braxton Garrett

    Today's Knuckleball "On the final day for teams to come to terms with their 2016 draft selections, the Miami Marlins and #7 overall pick Braxton Garrett have reached a deal, sources tell Today’s Knuckleball. Garrett is in Miami for a physical Friday morning before a deal is to be signed. Details of the deal are not..." July 15

  • 2016 MLB All-Star Game ratings and viewership are record lows

    Awful Announcing "There was a time when the MLB All-Star Game could boast that it was a mid-summer ratings and viewership draw. But in this day and age of internet, fragmented cable universe and so many other alternatives, the All-Star Game can no longer make that claim. While the American League can feel good..." July 13

  • Report: Marlins seeking top starting pitcher in trade

    Sportsnaut "For the first time in a while, the Miami Marlins head into the second half of the MLB season as contenders. As such, Miami is also looking to make upgrades on the trade market. One area that the Marlins are looking to improve is the starting pitching. “The Marlins (with limited available trade..." July 13

  • Rob Manfred: PEDs not behind surge in homers

    Newsday "The day after Giancarlo Stanton’s personal fireworks display lit up Petco Park in the Home Run Derby, commissioner Rob Manfred faced a volley of questions about Major League Baseball’s sudden power surge, and what might be behind it. Stanton is one of the strongest players in the sport, at a..." July 13

  • Ortiz: Red Sox should sign Encarnacion, trade for Fernandez

    The Score "With only a few months left in his illustrious career, David Ortiz continues to lobby the Boston Red Sox to replace him with Edwin Encarnacion after he retires. Following his early departure from Tuesday's All-Star Game at Petco Park, Ortiz reiterated that the Red Sox should go out this winter..." July 13

  • Marlins interested in Rich Hill?

    ESPN "Add the Miami Marlins to the list of teams interested in Rich Hill, but acquiring the Oakland Athletics' left-hander will be no easy task. Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports the Marlins, who have previously been linked to the Rays’ Jake Odorizzi and and the Padres’ Drew Pomeranz, could..." July 13

  • Jose Fernandez wants to give up a home run to David Ortiz in the All-Star Game

    CBS Sports "Tuesday night, Red Sox slugger David Ortiz will play in the 10th and final All-Star Game of his Hall of Fame career. He's in the middle of a remarkable season but insists he will not change his mind and come back for another year. Marlins righty and fellow All-Star Jose Fernandez is a big fan..." July 12