2013 Miami Marlins Fish Caps

Fish Cap: Marlins 6, Brewers 2

Josh Johnson finally reaps the benefits with a needed win as the Marlins had a three-run first to defeat Milwaukee on Thursday afternoon, 6-2.

Fish Cap: Brewers 8, Marlins 4

Marlins lose to the Brewers on Tuesday night. However a few positives in the loss for the Fish include Stanton coming out of a slump with two hits. And A.J. Ramos making an impressive major league debut in the ninth as he strikes out the side.

Fish Cap: Miami Marlins 1, New York Mets 5

The Miami Marlins fell to the New York Mets on Sunday afternoon. Jason Bay hit a two-out grand slam that led the Mets to a series sweep.

Fish Cap: Miami Marlins 3, New York Mets 5

The Miami Marlins held a 3-1 lead in the ninth inning versus the New York Mets, but an implosion by closer Steve Cishek combined with a potential blown call by the home plate umpire blew the game, yielding a 5-3 Marlins loss.

Fish Cap: Miami Marlins 0, New York Mets 3

The Miami Marlins failed to get anything going offensively despite three solid opportunities against R.A. Dickey. Meanwhile, the New York Mets squeeze just enough offense against Nathan Eovaldi, whose solid start hides poor underlying play.

Fish Cap: Miami Marlins 4, Washington Nationals 8

The Miami Marlins came back from a 5-0 deficit to make it 5-4 as late as the seventh inning in a game against the Washington Nationals last night, but ultimately fell 8-4 as the bullpen struggled in relief of Jacob Turner.

Fish Cap: Marlins 9, Nationals 0

A terrific shutout from Ricky Nolasco as the Marlins beat the Nationals in game one of this two game set. The Marlins got plenty of offense. And in doing so chased Strasburg after just five innings pitched.

Fish Cap: Miami Marlins 6, Los Angeles Dodgers 2

Rob Brantly hit his first major league home run, and the bullpen held on to a four run lead as the Marlins took game three of the series against the Dodgers on Sunday afternoon. Giancarlo Stanton, Carlos Lee, and Jose Reyes all hit solo shots as well

Fish Bites: Marlins' Performance In Final Weeks May Determine Future Plans

The Miami Marlins may not be in the playoff hunt, however they still have plenty of young, talented players that are looking to secure a roster spot for next season. Among them are Rob Brantly, Jacob Turner, and Nathan Eovaldi.

Fish Cap: Miami Marlins 2, Los Angeles Dodgers 8

The Miami Marlins had a complete team collapse in tonight's 8-2 loss to the Los Angeles Dodgers, as almost all aspects of the Fish's game went sour early and often. The only positive to take away from this was Giancarlo Stanton's 28th homer.

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