2013 Miami Marlins Fish Caps

Fish Cap: Miami Marlins 0, Washington Nationals 5

The Marlins were shutout in Washington Tuesday night by Nationals lefty Gio Gonzalez and Washington's bullpen.

Fish Cap: Marlins 2, Reds 1

The Miami Marlins faced a dominant Mat Latos on Friday night, but managed to hold on, and win the game thanks to a ninth inning home run off Aroldis Chapman.

Fish Cap: Marlins 1, Phillies 3

The Marlins' early season woes continued in a painful loss to the Philadelphia Phillies on Friday night.

Fish Cap: Marlins 7, Mets 5

The Miami Marlins win their first game of the season, heralding a golden age of baseball for the franchise.

Spring Training 2013 Recap: Marlins 5, Nationals 1

The Miami Marlins had a strong offensive outing backed by a fantastic pitching performance by Nathan Eovaldi and the rest of the team's staff en route to a 5-1 victory over the Washington Nationals.

Spring Training 2013 Recap: Marlins 6, Braves 7

The Miami Marlins fell just short of a major comeback against the Atlanta Braves, eventually losing 7-6 despite a five-run eighth inning.

Spring Training 2013 Recap: Marlins 2, Nationals 2

The Miami Marlins and Washington Nationals battled to a 10th inning tie game after the Marlins strung together enough hits to extend the game against closer Drew Storen. Starter Henderson Alvarez looked good in his first Marlins start.

Fish Cap: Miami Marlins 2, New York Mets 4

The Miami Marlins ended their disappointing 2012 season just like they started it, with a loss in their brand-new ballpark, this time to the New York Mets.

Fish Cap: Miami Marlins 4, New York Mets 3 (11)

In extra innings, the Miami Marlins beat the New York Mets 4-3 on Tuesday with Donovan Solano playing hero. The team also got home runs from Gorkys Hernandez and Rob Brantly earlier in the game.

Fish Cap: Miami Marlins 3, New York Mets 2

The Miami Marlins beat the New York Mets 3-2 on Monday largely thanks to a couple of late innings runs off of the Mets' bullpen. Giancarlo Stanton homered again in the Fish's victory.


Marlins Fall To Phillies in Rubber Game, 4-1

Miami fell to the Phillies 4-1 in the rubber game of the three game series. The Marlins were dominated by Cole Hamels, who retired the first ten batters he faced.

Phillies Defeat Marlins 9-5

The Phillies defeated a struggling Miami Marlins squad 9-5 on Saturday night.

Fish Cap: Miami Marlins 2, Philadelphia Phillies 1

Carlos Lee and the Miami Marlins pulled off a walk-off win over the Philadelphia Phillies to snap a seven-game losing streak. Mark Buehrle had a stellar start and passed 200 innings for the 12th straight year.

Fish Cap: Miami Marlins 2, Atlanta Braves 6

The Atlanta Braves pulled away from the Miami Marlins with a 6-2 victory thanks to a four-run fourth inning keyed by a crucial Bryan Petersen error. This was the Marlins' seventh straight loss.

Fish Cap: Miami Marlins 0, Atlanta Braves 3

Paul Maholm pulled his inner Tom Glavine for the Atlanta Braves and shut down a Miami Marlins offense that was missing their superstar, Giancarlo Stanton, again.

Fish Cap: Braves Walk-Off On the Marlins, 4-3

The Atlanta Braves win and secure a postseason spot. For the Miami Marlins, it was another wasted Nathan Eovaldi pitching effort and a loss on a career night by Donovan Solano.

Fish Cap: Miami Marlins 2, New York Mets 3

Source: FanGraphs The 2012 season cannot end soon enough for the Miami Marlins. Rumors continue to fill the air, with the most recent ones claiming that the Marlins' front office won't be shaken...

Quick Cap: Miami Marlins 3, New York Mets 4

The Miami Marlins narrowly to lost the New York Mets on Saturday afternoon. R.A. Dickey pitched eight innings, only allowing two earned runs. John Buck hit a three-run homer in the ninth, but the Marlins failed to tie the game.

Quick Cap: Miami Marlins 3, New York Mets 7

The Miami Marlins suffered one of the worst losses of the season in the 2012 season, as they bumbled and stumbled their way to an ugly 7-3 loss to the New York Mets.

Fish Cap: Miami Marlins 4, Atlanta Braves 3 (10)

Marlins win in dramatic fashion 4-3. The win in extra innings pushes the Marlins mark in extras to 11-5 on the season. The star was Jose Reyes as he walked off. But the real star should have been Nathan Eovaldi who pitched eight scorless innings.

Fish Bites: Miami Marlins' 2013 Schedule Includes Games Against White Sox, Tigers

For the Miami Marlins, things won't get any easier in 2013. The Marlins' first 15 games are against division rivals, and they have several tough interleague matchups against teams such as the Rays, White Sox, and Tigers.

Fish Cap: Miami Marlins 4, Cincinnati Reds 5 (11)

Trying to win three games in a row for the first time since early July, the Marlins fell to the Reds 5-4 in eleven innings.

Fish Cap: Miami Marlins 6, Cincinnati Reds 4

The Miami Marlins pulled out a 6-4 victory over the Cincinnati Reds, but the game was never as close as the score indicated. The Fish jumped out to a lead thanks to their middle of the lineup, and Buehrle looked dominating for all but one batter.

Fish Cap: Phillies 9, Marlins 7

Marlins lose to the Phillies 9-7 on Tuesday night. Doc Halladay beats the Fish yet again.

Fish Cap: Miami Marlins 8, Washington Nationals 0

Miami defeated the Washington Nationals 8-0 on Sunday afternoon as Ricky Nolasco tossed the fourth shutout of his career. Miami's offense was strong, scoring six runs off of Nationals starter Edwin Jackson.

Fish Cap: Miami Marlins 6, Washington Nationals 7 (10)

The Miami Marlins held a lead thanks to an early home run barrage and a couple of errors by the Washington Nationals, but the Marlins' bullpen allowed four runs in the last three innings and the Nats won in extra innings 7-6.

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