Mat Latos tweaked his hamstring during Wednesday's contest against the Mets, however a stint on the disabled list will not be necessary. According to MLB.com's Joe Frisaro, Latos will start on Tuesday when Miami faces Washington in D.C.
Both Solano brothers were in the lineup on Sunday and both had success.
A.J. Ramos landed in an awkward position after throwing a pitch on Sunday, but he is OK and opted to remain in the game.
Martin Prado drove in four runs on Saturday afternoon and his bat is warming up.
Dee Gordon really likes to dunk. And he is thriving at the top of the Marlins' order, too.
The Marlins still want to trade Jarrod Saltalamacchia. The end of the 10 day period is inching closer.
What effect did losing Christian Yelich have on the rest of the lineup?
Do not look now, but the Marlins are HOT and no longer at the bottom of the NL East standings.
Around the League
Matt Moore will face live batters for the first time since undergoing Tommy John surgery.
Anthony Rendon. Another setback.
At Fish Stripes
Fernandez threw 15 pitches in Jupiter on Thursday. Plus links on Ichiro Suzuki and Giancarlo Stanton.
Barnes, 25, gave the Marlins infield depth.
The Zephyrs lose despite a season-leading nine strikeouts by starting pitcher Andre Rienzo.
Jacksonville Suns broadcaster Roger Hoover takes a look back at the past week for the Miami Marlins Double-A affiliate Jacksonville Suns.
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