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5/29/2015 | Relishing new role, amped-up Ramos gets save

As the music blared and crowd noise rose at Citi Field, so did A.J. Ramos' adrenaline level. Seizing the moment, the Marlins' right-hander was able to lock down his toughest save chance since he took over the closer's role a couple of weeks ago.


5/29/2015 | Bour keeps providing much-needed extra power

Through three innings, the Marlins barely were able to put the ball in play off Matt Harvey. Their fortunes changed in the fourth inning, and Justin Bour provided the pop with a three-run homer.


5/29/2015 | Haren steady despite homers, lack of velocity

Dan Haren doesn't overpower or overwhelm you. But for the most part, all the 34-year-old has done this season is give his team a chance to win. It was more of the same on Friday. On a night Matt Harvey was throwing 98-mph fastballs and striking out 11, Haren countered with his usual 86-mph heater in the Marlins' 4-3 win over the Mets at Citi Field.


5/29/2015 | N.Y. native Koehler tries to conquer Citi Field

Saturday's Mets-Marlins matchup at Citi Field features two starting pitchers on opposite trajectories. New York left-hander Jon Niese has struggled recently, giving up 16 runs in his last three starts. He'll face Miami right-hander Tom Koehler, who's allowed just three runs in his last 13 innings.


5/29/2015 | Bour homers off Harvey; Marlins escape Mets

Matt Harvey's arm certainly isn't dead, but the righty may be in a bit of a slump. Harvey was throwing in the upper 90s after dealing with a bout of "dead arm" following his last start, and he struck out 11 over eight innings Friday night. But one bad pitch to Justin Bour was enough to hand Harvey his second straight loss as the Marlins topped the Mets, 4-3, at Citi Field.


5/29/2015 | Mathis could return to Marlins on Monday

Another three Minor League games may be all Jeff Mathis needs before being reinstated from the disabled list by the Marlins.


5/29/2015 | Marlins claim reliever Smith from Angels

The Marlins added some bullpen depth to their system on Friday, claiming right-hander Chad Smith off waivers from the Angels. The 25-year-old, who has appeared in 12 big league games, was optioned to Triple-A New Orleans.


5/28/2015 | Inbox: Can players be themselves around Jennings?

Are players able to be themselves around new manager Dan Jennings? What is the Marlins' plan this season? Beat reporter Joe Frisaro answers these questions and more in the latest Inbox.


5/27/2015 | Give him a Hand: Lefty steps up in first start

Entering Wednesday's game, the Marlins had just one win over the Pirates in their past 11 games at PNC Park. Looking to avoid a sweep, Miami manager Dan Jennings went to the guy who helped deliver their last win in Pittsburgh: left-hander Brad Hand.


5/27/2015 | Shutdown frame missing as 2-out rally sinks Fish again

In the eyes of Marlins manager Dan Jennings, missing a pitch or two is the difference between escaping a potentially damaging inning and fueling a game-changing rally. Miami was on the wrong end of the latter on Wednesday afternoon.


5/27/2015 | On first ASG update, Dee, Stanton in line for first starts

Second baseman Dee Gordon and outfielder Giancarlo Stanton represent the Marlins well on the first National League update of the 2015 Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot, which was released Wednesday.


5/27/2015 | Rally vs. Marlins 'pen lifts Bucs to 6th straight

Led by another strong start from Gerrit Cole, the Pirates rallied to score five runs with two outs in the seventh inning and beat the Marlins, 5-2, on Wednesday afternoon at PNC Park.


5/27/2015 | Back in Gotham, Dark Knight to face Haren, Fish

Matt Harvey was surprisingly hit hard his last time out, but he looks to rebound against a struggling Marlins offense when the New York right-hander faces Miami on Friday evening at Citi Field.


5/27/2015 | NL All-Star Game ballot update: May 27

At the first update in the 2015 Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot for the National League, the Cardinals have four players in line to start July 14 Midsummer Classic at Great American Ball Park, and another four among the voting leaders. Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper, an All-Star in each of the last two seasons, leads all NL players in balloting with 1,447,753 total votes.


5/27/2015 | MLB.TV unveils new Web-based media player

Major League Baseball Advanced Media is introducing its new Web-based media player (version 5.0), for those who currently subscribe or those who sign up now for MLB.TV Premium ($114.99 a year or $24.99 a month) or regular MLB.TV ($94.99/$19.99). You'll notice the difference right away as the HD media player has an in-page layout, so it all happens in your browser with no need for an additional download.


5/26/2015 | Fish sticks go cold again in Pittsburgh

Fresh off a series-clinching victory over the Orioles in which they scored five runs, the Marlins fell flat offensively in Monday's series opener against the Pirates. And on Tuesday, Miami's lack of production at the plate was even worse in a 5-1 loss at PNC Park.


5/26/2015 | Two-out rallies mar Urena's starting debut

With the Marlins strapped for pitching depth, Jose Urena was recalled from Triple-A New Orleans to make his first Major League start against the Pirates on Tuesday night at PNC Park. Urena, despite owning a 4-0 record and 1.21 ERA for the Zephyrs, struggled with the Bucs' hot-hitting bats as he was tagged with the loss in a 5-1 Marlins defeat.


5/26/2015 | Pirates go for sweep of Fish, season-high streak

The Pirates have a chance to secure their second straight three-game sweep and a season-high six-game winning streak Wednesday at PNC Park, where they will take on the Marlins in a 12:35 p.m. ET matinee.


5/26/2015 | Bucs hit Marlins rookie hard, win 5th straight

The Pirates rode left-hander Jeff Locke's solid start and a two-out barrage to a 5-1 win over the Marlins on Tuesday night at PNC Park, the Bucs' fifth straight win.


5/26/2015 | Morse on DL; sim game on tap for Fernandez

Marlins manager Dan Jennings announced Tuesday that first baseman Michael Morse has hit the 15-day disabled list with a right finger ligament strain, while several pitchers have mound sessions on the horizon.


5/26/2015 | Marlins tweak staff; Harris new 3B coach

The Marlins announced before Tuesday's 5-1 loss to the Pirates that former third-base coach Brett Butler has been reassigned, with Lenny Harris taking over in that role.


5/26/2015 | Hall of Famers, legends top list of Draft reps

Three members of the 500 Home Run Club -- Ken Griffey Jr., Reggie Jackson and Mike Schmidt -- and 20 other former All-Stars will headline the list of team representatives on the floor at MLB Network's Studio 42 when the 2015 MLB Draft gets underway on June 8.


5/25/2015 | Phelps allows first HRs, but feels love in Pittsburgh

With his wife, baby and other family members in the stands at PNC Park, Marlins starting pitcher David Phelps had an abundance of emotional support on hand for his eighth start of the 2015 season. He didn't have much run support, though.


5/25/2015 | Bucs' blasts back Morton, sink Stanton, Fish

Backed by a pair of home runs, right-hander Charlie Morton made an encouraging return to the rotation as the Pirates beat the Marlins, 4-2, on Monday night at PNC Park.


5/25/2015 | Marlins' Urena makes first start vs. Locke, Pirates

Marlins prospect Jose Urena will make his first Major League start Tuesday night at PNC Park against left-hander Jeff Locke and the Pirates.




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