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7/21/2014 | Alvarez expected to start Thursday's finale in Atlanta

All signs point to Marlins right-hander Henderson Alvarez, who took a comebacker off of his left shin on Saturday, being ready to make his scheduled start on Thursday in the series finale against the Braves at Turner Field.


7/21/2014 | Trade speculation heats up as Trade Deadline nears

The non-waiver Trade Deadline is July 31, and the Marlins are weighing whether to make any major moves.


7/21/2014 | McGehee intent on giving quality at-bats

Throughout his home run drought, Miami's Casey McGehee stayed true to his hitting approach and maintained his sense of humor.


7/20/2014 | Twelve teams to receive supplemental '15 Draft picks

Major League Baseball's version of the Draft lottery doesn't attract nearly as much attention as its NBA and NHL counterparts, mostly because baseball's top picks aren't determined randomly like they are in the other sports. But for 12 big league clubs, the Competitive Balance Lottery will provide them with a valuable extra selection in 2015.


7/20/2014 | Giants lose late challenge at first base vs. Marlins

Sunday's top of the eighth inning between the Giants and Marlins ended with a review on a bang-bang play at first involving Buster Posey. Giants manager Bruce Bochy challenged the call but the play was confirmed.


7/20/2014 | Hand gets rare win as McGehee goes yard

After going through some rough times, the Marlins put to an end several slides Sunday afternoon. Brad Hand allowed two runs in seven innings, and Casey McGehee belted a two-run homer as Miami edged the Giants, 3-2, at Marlins Park.


7/20/2014 | Stanton credits Derby with restoring homer stroke

Giancarlo Stanton may not have won the Home Run Derby, but the event helped the Marlins slugger regain his power form.


7/20/2014 | Marlins bolster pitching, call up DeSclafani

Because the bullpen was thin after just two games since the All-Star break, the Marlins on Sunday recalled pitching prospect Anthony DeSclafani from Triple-A New Orleans and optioned infielder Ed Lucas to New Orleans.


7/20/2014 | Marlins in wait-and-see mode with Alvarez

Henderson Alvarez appears to have avoided a potentially serious injury. Now, the Marlins are waiting to see if the right-hander will be able to make his next scheduled start, which is lined up for Thursday at Atlanta.


7/20/2014 | Marlins look to claw back into division race

With a four-game set against the first-place Braves at Turner Field on tap, Miami has a chance to climb the ladder as Tom Koehler takes on Julio Teheran.


7/19/2014 | Marlins can't overcome Alvarez's injury vs. Giants

Not even Henderson Alvarez could come to the rescue Saturday night, largely because he left the game in the third inning with a bruised left shin. Miami was unable to recover. Tim Hudson allowed one run in 7 1/3 innings, and Hunter Pence delivered a two-run single as the Giants defeated the Marlins, 5-3, at Marlins Park.


7/19/2014 | Surging Lincecum aims to give Giants sweep

Tim Lincecum's confidence is back, and with it have come his Cy Young-caliber performances of yesteryear. A win Sunday over the Marlins and Brad Hand would give the Giants their first sweep since blanking the Mets in a three-game set June 6-8.


7/19/2014 | Alvarez knocked out of game with shin contusion

All-Star Henderson Alvarez sustained a bruised left shin in Miami's 5-3 loss to the Giants on Saturday night, but the right-hander is confident he will make his next start.


7/19/2014 | Looking for spark, Marlins bring up Valdespin

Second base has been an unsettled position for the Marlins, and the organization is now giving Jordany Valdespin a chance to see if he can become the answer. The Marlins on Saturday selected the contract of Valdespin from Triple-A New Orleans, and the 26-year-old immediately found himself in the starting lineup.


7/19/2014 | Penny making case for return to Majors

Another positive step was taken in Brad Penny's comeback bid. On Friday night, Penny gave up two runs on seven hits in six innings at Triple-A New Orleans in a win over Omaha. Marlins officials are taking notice.


7/19/2014 | Marlins assistant Conine scaling new heights

Jeff Conine has never shied away from testing his limits. The former All-Star outfielder, who currently is a special assistant with the Marlins, has embarked on a new adventure -- climbing Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania.


7/18/2014 | All-Star spectators Alvarez, Hudson meet in Miami

There is some inherent disappointment in not getting into the All-Star Game after making the team, but Tim Hudson and Henderson Alvarez will get a chance to channel any of those feelings while pitching against each other. The two right-handers will take to the Marlins Park mound on Saturday for the second game of a three-game set between the Giants and Marlins.


7/18/2014 | In early hole, Eovaldi, Marlins drop fifth straight

Extra rest couldn't prevent more of the same for Nathan Eovaldi against the Giants. Eovaldi, going nine days between starts, was tagged for a season-high eight runs in four-plus innings on Friday night in Miami's 9-1 loss to San Francisco at Marlins Park.


7/18/2014 | All-Star spotlight suits Stanton just right

Being among the stars is something Giancarlo Stanton can certainly get used to. The Marlins' slugger, who wowed with his 510-foot blast in Monday night's Gillette Home Run Derby, enjoyed the All-Star festivities this week at Target Field in Minneapolis so much, he's talked about being hungry for more appearances in the Midsummer Classic.


7/18/2014 | Ramos back from DL; Gregg lands on shelf

On Friday afternoon, Miami reinstated A.J. Ramos from the disabled list, where he had been out with right shoulder inflammation. Ramos experienced discomfort after a 50-pitch relief stint in Philadelphia on June 26, the last time he pitched in the big leagues.


7/18/2014 | Marlins, 10th-rounder agree to deal before deadline

Negotiations went close to Friday's 5 p.m. ET deadline, but the Marlins were finally able to complete a deal with University of Texas left-hander Dillon Peters. Miami selected Peters in the 10th round of the First-Year Player Draft in June. Entering Friday, the Indianapolis, Ind., native was the team's only unsigned pick in the first 10 rounds.


7/15/2014 | Derby dinger defines Marlins' 2014 All-Star time

Though Giancarlo Stanton took three trips to the plate as a designated hitter during Tuesday night's All-Star Game, finishing 0-for-3 with a popout, flyout and strikeout, his All-Star legacy did not budge. Stanton's presence here will always be defined by the 510-foot explosion he generated in Monday's Home Run Derby, and there was little he could have done Tuesday to alter that.


7/14/2014 | Right on Target: Stars align at Twins' home park

It's regarded as one of baseball's best parks, and Target Field will be on full display Tuesday night when the game's best players take the field for the 85th annual All-Star Game. "It's a big moment," said Twins manager Ron Gardenhire. "It's a big thing for us. It's well-deserved. A lot of people have put a lot of work in here at the stadium."


7/14/2014 | Stanton stars in face of questions about future

For Giancarlo Stanton, the trade rumors are just part of his existence -- kind of like the tape-measure home runs he hits. But unlike the power, which Stanton has worked hard to maintain, the trade talk -- which has started to pop up again in recent days -- is completely out of his control. So as he was asked about it again and again and again during his All-Star media availability, Stanton was completely unfazed.


7/14/2014 | Stanton wows early, shut out late in Derby

The only way Miami Marlins slugger Giancarlo Stanton could have lived up to the pre-event hype in Monday's Gillette Home Run Derby would have been winning the whole darn thing. After he blasted six prodigious home runs in Round 1, one of which nearly exited Target Field entirely, it appeared he might just do it.




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