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Miami Marlins Morning News: Harper homers three times in 7-5 defeat

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Nationals star Bryce Harper blasted three homers as the Nationals defeated the Marlins 7-5 Wednesday afternoon.

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Miami Marlins News

Bryce Harper blasted three home runs as the Nationals defeated the Marlins 7-5 yesterday.

Letting someone go stinks, but when it costs you 15 million dollars, it really stings.

The Marlins and Giants start a three-game series tonight at AT&T Park.

Dee Gordon does everything fast, and that includes his start to the season.

After a nagging injury Christian Yelich will return to action on Friday.

Around The League

Joey Votto of the Reds was ejected and then made matters worse by bumping into the umpire.

Royals All-Star closer Greg Holland is now off of the disabled list.

Rays manager Kevin Cash has endured the long road from backup catcher to now being the manager of the Tampa Bay Rays.

Although the Red Sox are off to a slow start, their owner remains optimistic.

After being bit a snake two months ago, Rockies Pitcher John Axford's young son will throw out the first pitch Friday.

At Fish Stripes

Heroes And Zeroes: Nationals 7, Marlins 5

JT Realmuto comes up a Hero, but Bryce Harper had a much bigger night.

MLB Scores: Marlins 5, Nationals 7

Despite out-hitting the Nationals, the Marlins fall short, thanks to Bryce Harper's trio of homers.

Miami Marlins prospects: April check-up

Now that April is in the rear-view mirror, let's examine how several of the Marlins' top prospects fared; and what we can expect from them as the season progresses.

Miami Marlins' Michael Morse 'always just about winning'

Morse's slow start has resulted in Justin Bour receiving starting time.

Miami Marlins' new-look defense paying dividends

The Marlins wanted to improve their team in the offseason, but while offense was the focus, defense has become a major part of the story in 2015.