Jarred Cosart continues to be plagued by vertigo symptoms. Cosart left his last start with Triple-A New Orleans with one out in the second inning, and according to MLB.com's Joe Frisaro, his departure was the result of vertigo returning.
Jarred Cosart's vertigo returned. Reason why he exited his start for @zephyrsbaseball #Marlins— Joe Frisaro (@JoeFrisaro) July 18, 2015
Dan Haren allowed five runs and gave up a pair of home runs against the Phillies. But the Marlins' bullpen could not hold a late lead.
A.J. Ramos has been solid since taking over as Miami's closer. But Jeff Francoeur battled and hit a walk-off home run to give the Phillies a sweep of the Marlins.
The July 31 non-waiver trade deadline is approaching. The Marlins understand how significant the current road trip is.
David Phelps takes the mound as the Marlins open a series with the Diamondbacks on Monday.
Martin Prado has played some second base since being activated from the disabled list. But when Dee Gordon returns, it will likely be third base for the remainder of the season.
Tyler Kolek could become a top major league starter. But Baseball America believes he needs to make a few adjustments first.
Miami has been plagued by injuries in 2015. Adeiny Hechavarria is an exception.
TV ratings continue to rise for the Marlins.
Around the League
It took 18 innings but the Mets topped the Cardinals.
Chicago designated Edwin Jackson for assignment in order to make room for Rafael Soriano on the roster.
Justin Upton left Sunday's game with a sore left oblique.
Jordy Mercer's lower left leg is being evaluated after a collision with Carlos Gomez.
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