Miami Marlins History

History: Johnson ties season error-free record

On this day in team history, the Marlins' Charles Johnson notched his 117th straight errorless game of the 1997 season, tying the single-season catcher record. The prolific backstop set the overall mark for consecutive errorless games a week earlier.

History: Rapp, offense dominate in 1995 blowout

On this day in history, Pat Rapp tamed the hitter-friendly confines of Coors Field, hurling a complete-game, one-hit shutout against the Rockies. The Marlins' bats were just as impressive in the 17-0 win, their most lopsided victory of the season.

History: Ojala strikes out four in one inning

On this day in Marlins history, in 1998, the Florida Marlins lose 3-2 on a walk-off double by Jose Vidro. Kirt Ojala steals the show by striking out four Montreal Expos in the fourth inning.

Marlins History: Mike Cameron Released

Mike Cameron released due to an incident with a flight attendant.

History: Marlins win wild one against Nats in 2007

On this day in team history, the Marlins topped the Washington Nationals, 13-8, in an up-and-down affair. The game featured two ties and five lead changes, 13 pitchers used and five home runs, including two by Florida shortstop Hanley Ramirez.

History: Johnson gets 3000th K against Marlins

On this day in team history, the Marlins became the victims for Randy Johnson's 3000th career strikeout. Pitching for Arizona, Johnson struck out Mike Lowell in the fourth inning to attain the mark., but the Marlins won in the 12th inning.

History: Sanchez throws fourth Marlins' no-hitter

Anibal Sanchez pitches the fourth no-hitter in Marlins History. The Marlins improve to only three games behind in the wild card race.

History: Johnson earns 14th win over the Nationals

Josh Johnson earns his 14th win as the Marlins climb to four games back the National League Wild Card leading Rockies.

History: Beckett makes big league debut

On this day in team history, top prospect Josh Beckett made his Major League debut, throwing six shutout innings in 2001. Beckett went on to have a solid, if short, career with Florida, highlighted by his World Series MVP performance in 2003.

History: Sheffield delivers walk-off win in 1997

On this day in team history, the Marlins got a walk-off home run from Gary Sheffield to keep their winning streak alive during the 1997 pennant race. By doing so, Florida also completed a sweep of the Orioles, the best team in baseball at that point.

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