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8/30/2015 | Stanton to begin rehab stint, may return Friday

Marlins All-Star right fielder Giancarlo Stanton is primed to see his first game action since he broke the hamate bone in his left hand on June 26. What may sidetrack Stanton's return to the field is inclement weather at the Roger Dean Stadium complex in Jupiter, Fla.

8/30/2015 | Yelich to be handled carefully after pinch-hit

There is nothing wrong with Christian Yelich's swing, as evidenced by his pinch-hit single with two outs in the ninth inning of the Marlins' 7-4 loss to the Nationals on Sunday at Nationals Park.

8/30/2015 | Miami not expecting to make any more trades

A month ago, the Marlins were active before the July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline, moving reliever Steve Cishek, right-handers Mat Latos and Dan Haren and first baseman Michael Morse in three separate deals.

8/30/2015 | Cosart among injured Marlins hurlers on mend

Miami has several pitchers on the disabled list who are getting close to rejoining their roster. Jarred Cosart (left inner ear disorder) is scheduled to make a rehab start for Class A Advanced Jupiter on Tuesday, and Jose Urena (left knee contusion) is scheduled to throw two innings for Jupiter on Monday.

8/30/2015 | Braves set to host Marlins for three-game set

Down the stretch, more than pride is on the line for the Braves and Marlins when they open a three-game series on Monday at Turner Field. The inside track to third place in the National League East also is at stake.

8/29/2015 | Bour hits Stanton-esque, second-deck blast

In terms of power, no one in baseball seriously rivals Marlins right fielder Giancarlo Stanton. But leading off the seventh inning in Saturday's 5-1 loss to the Nationals, Justin Bour showed he can offer pop from the left side.

8/29/2015 | Marlins making difficult plays look easy

Defensive gems are occurring so routinely for the Marlins these days that spectacular plays have almost become routine. If not for some stellar plays in the field on Saturday, a 5-1 loss to the Nationals at Nationals Park on Saturday night could have been considerably worse.

8/29/2015 | Strasburg faces Fish, seeking to extend dominant run

After evening the series and cutting into their National League East deficit on Saturday, the Nationals will have Stephen Strasburg on the mound as they try to keep gaining ground and take Sunday's rubber game against the Marlins.

8/29/2015 | Three homers help Nationals top Marlins, gain game

Backed by three home runs, including back-to-back blasts from Clint Robinson and Ian Desmond in the sixth inning, Jordan Zimmermann turned in seven strong innings in the Nationals' 5-1 series-tying victory against the Marlins on Saturday night.

8/29/2015 | Marlins like Prado's presence, now and for 2016

The Marlins are not where they'd like to be in the standings, but there are some veteran leaders on the club who are helping steer the young players in the right direction. Martin Prado, signed through next season, is one of the few core players with a long track record. Miami has made it clear to other teams the third baseman is not a trade piece.

8/29/2015 | Prado looks like old self, especially vs. Scherzer

Facing Max Scherzer is not an easy task for any hitter, yet throughout the years, Martin Prado has enjoyed success against one of the top right-handers in the game.

8/29/2015 | Rookie Barraclough proves lucky and good

On the stat sheet, A.J. Ramos was credited with the save on Friday night in the Marlins' 4-3 win over the Nationals at Nationals Park. Unofficially, you can chalk up a glove save to rookie reliever Kyle Barraclough, the recipient of a fortunate bounce that helped wiggle Miami out of a jam.

8/28/2015 | Marlins get to Scherzer early, hold off Nationals

The Marlins scored four runs in the first four innings off Max Scherzer on Friday night, then held on tight, earning a 4-3 win over the Nationals in the series opener.

8/28/2015 | Harper faces favorite Fish foe as Koehler gets call

Bryce Harper has tormented Miami starter Tom Koehler this season, and the All-Star slugger will get a chance to pad his stats when the two meet Saturday in the second game between the Nationals and Marlins.

8/28/2015 | Cosart could start for Marlins during next homestand

If everything progresses in his next rehab-assignment start, Jarred Cosart could be ready to rejoin the Marlins' rotation in the middle of their next homestand.

8/28/2015 | No DL stint, but Yelich likely to miss rest of trip

The Marlins are not anticipating placing Christian Yelich on the disabled list, but it also appears doubtful the 23-year-old left fielder will be able to play on this six-game road trip.

8/28/2015 | Dee's talent only surpassed by his character

Since there are so many wonderful things to say about Dee Gordon, it's difficult to decide where to start.

8/27/2015 | Scherzer aims to get on track against Marlins

The Marlins and Nationals open up a three-game series in Washington on Friday as the Nationals try to stay afloat in the National League East. The Marlins will face ace Max Scherzer, a byproduct of the Nationals shuffling their starting rotation for series against the Mets and Cardinals down the road.

8/27/2015 | Ozuna boasts upward trend against Pirates

The sight of black and gold may just have been what Marcell Ozuna needed to get his bat going again. In Miami's 2-1 loss to the Pirates on Thursday, the Marlins center fielder went 2-for-4 for his third two-hit game of the series.

8/27/2015 | Yelich day to day after aggravating knee

After returning from the disabled list Tuesday and starting the past two games, Marlins outfielder Christian Yelich is sidelined again with a bruised right knee and is considered day to day.

8/27/2015 | Jennings favors changing ballpark dimensions

Miami manager Dan Jennings is in favor of the Marlins Park fences being moved in, as well as lowered, in the offseason.

8/26/2015 | Cordier making most of opportunity with Marlins

When Erik Cordier was released from the Giants on Aug. 1, the right-handed reliever chose to sign with Miami because he saw an opportunity.

8/26/2015 | Cole looks to end August strong in finale vs. Marlins

While the 24-year-old Gerrit Cole -- a former Pirates top prospect -- quickly established himself as a top-end starter in the Pittsburgh rotation, the Marlins are hoping 23-year-old rookie Justin Nicolino -- their No. 3 prospect according to -- can soon do the same. They'll square off in the series finale Thursday night at Marlins Park.

8/26/2015 | Pirates ride six-run 2nd to get by Marlins

Andrew McCutchen crushed a three-run homer as part of a six-run second inning, left-hander Jeff Locke fired seven strong innings, and the Pirates cruised to a 7-2 win over the Marlins on Wednesday night at Marlins Park.

8/26/2015 | Marlins may use six-man rotation in September

In hopes of preserving some of the young arms, Marlins manager Dan Jennings said the club is considering going with a six-man rotation in September.

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