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Fish Bites: Trying to get by without Giancarlo Stanton

With the Stanton injury in the rearview mirror, we look around the world of Major League Baseball to look at some of the articles that you might have missed.

Marc Serota

Miami Marlins' Juan Pierre in awe of steals mark | Sports | Bradenton Herald

Juan Pierre is in shock as he moves closer to getting his 600th career stolen base which is a mark that only 16 other players have made.

Kevin Slowey: Marlins Starter Has Been as Good as Anyone

A quick glance at Kevin Slowey who has been one of the better surprises during the first month of the Marlins season.

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We take a road trip over to Jupiter to take a look at a few players (Jake Marisnick and Adeiny Hechavarria) who are working their way back from injures.

Around the League

Which young player do you want? - Baseball Nation

Rob Neyer takes a look at some of the best young pitchers in the MLB and decides which one he'd most like on his team.

How many future aces are in the Minors? - Beyond the Box Score

A unique and informative glance at how some of the top minor league pitching prospects should be described if they really have ace potential.

Jonah Keri ranksthe MLB teams - Grantland

The great Jonah Keri does his weekly MLB power rankings but also looks deep into some of the teams like the Pirates, Rays and Orioles.

Baseball's most boring player

The Hardball Times goes under investigation to find out who is the most boring player in the MLB.

Tim Hudson building Hall of Fame case - SweetSpot Blog - ESPN

With Tim Hudson recently grabbing his 200th career victory, David Schoenfield looks at his Hall of Fame credentials.

At Fish Stripes

Giancarlo Stanton Injury Story Stream - Fish Stripes

All the analysis you'll ever need about the impact of the Giancarlo Stanton's injury from of your favorite Fish Stripes writers.

Miami Marlins vs. New York Mets: Marlins win on walk-off wild pitch, 2-1 - Fish Stripes
The Miami Marlins took the best pitching performance from Jeremy Hefner this season and matched it with the best performance Kevin Slowey put up this year. The Fish walk off in the bottom of the ninth, 2-1.