Jose Fernandez made his first rehab start since Tommy John surgery but did not have a ton of success, allowing eight hits and five runs. But according to MLB.com's David Wilson, Fernandez is not concerned.
"I would love to go out there and give up no runs, but I'm trying to work on my stuff," Fernandez said. "There's different situations that I could've thrown different pitches and get them out or pitches that I know that they were not going to hit, but the pitches that I want to work on were where I needed to be."
Jose Urena had success on Sunday over six innings against Colorado.
Pitching depth is an option for the Marlins in the draft. But adding infield depth could be, too.
Miami is seeking relief help, according to MLB.com's Joe Frisaro, and David Carpenter is a possibility.
Giancarlo Stanton continues to set home run records.
The 2015 campaign still has value. A lot of it.
Around the League
Some players requested more protective nets. But it never happened.
Dodgers activate Yasiel Puig from the disabled list.
At Fish Stripes
On Tuesday the Marlins called up Suns right-hander Kendry Flores, who will provide bullpen depth for Miami during this upcoming road trip to Colorado and Toronto. Suns broadcaster Roger Hoover takes a look at the past week for the AA Marlins.
Rafael Soriano was an option but the Marlins felt he would not be prepared when necessary.
It is said that the wisdom of the crowds can share more knowledge than any one source. What has the wisdom of a variety of mock drafts said about the Miami Marlins' 12th pick in 2015 MLB Draft?
There are three high school outfielders who all appear to be in the mix for the Miami Marlins with the 12th pick. Which one best fits Miami's profile?
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