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Miami Marlins Morning News: Marlins defeat Mets 7-3

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The Miami Marlins defeated the New York Mets 7-3 night and notes on Jose Fernandez

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The Marlins defeated the New York Mets Wednesday night at Marlins Park 7-3

Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez is set to pitch to batter in next rehab step. Fernandez is currently recovering from Tommy John surgery.

With catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia's struggles, the team appears to have given up on the catcher who was in the second year of his contract.

The Marlins and Orangetheory fitness have launched a partnership

After playing shortstop in high school, Marlins catcher J.T. Realmuto was only envisioned as a catcher by the Marlins.

Around The League

In the lowest-attended Major League game of all-time, The Baltimore Orioles battled the Chicago White Sox in a completely empty stadium. The days' announced attendance, zero.

Max Scherzer will return to action to face the New York Mets Friday

Ryan Bruan blasted both a solo home run and a grand slam in a Brewers victory.

Top Diamondbacks prospect Archie Bradley heads to the DL after being struck with a line-drive

Masahiro Tanaka has been placed on the DL due to a forearm strain.

At Fish Stripes

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Is three games too small a sample size to draw reliable conclusions? Yes. Will that stop us from evaluating Tyler Kolek over his first three games of 2015? Of course not.

Miami Marlins' Justin Nicolino thriving in Triple-A

Nicolino could be the next Marlins prospect to earn a starting job.

Betting over/under on Miami Marlins projections

The early-season performance on certain players has gotten fans making sure-fire claims about many Marlins at the plate. Let's record some over/under bets on current overachieving/underachieving Marlins.

What a difference a week makes for Miami Marlins

The Fish have tripled their win total in the last week by winning six of their last seven games, all against NL East rivals

Heroes And Zeroes: Marlins 4, Mets 3

The Marlins finally earn a win against the New York Metropolitan National League ballclub