Ichiro Suzuki has had a solid season with the Marlins and it got even better on Wednesday night. Suzuki's 2,900th career hit was an RBI double down the left field line at Marlins Park. Manager Dan Jennings continues to be impressed by Suzuki's style of play, according to MLB.com's Joe Frisaro.
"It was certainly great to see Ichiro collect his 2,900th hit," Marlins manager Dan Jennings said. "That's just a tribute to such an outstanding, Hall-of-Fame player that he is."
Scott Boras, who represents Marcell Ozuna, told Barry Jackson of The Miami Herald he is disturbed by the fact Ozuna is still in Triple-A.
Miami completed a deal that sent Mat Latos and Michael Morse to the Dodgers and a competitive balance pick to the Braves on Thursday afternoon. The Marlins received three minor league pitchers in return.
The Indians are among the teams interested in Marcell Ozuna.
Tyler Kolek remains in the number one slot as MLB.com's 2015 prospect list is updated.
Starter Henderson Alvarez is out for the season following shoulder surgery. Alvarez was Miami's opening day starter.
Around the League
Houston acquired Mike Fiers and Carlos Gomez from Milwaukee on Thursday.
The Blue Jays were able to add David Price to their rotation.
Joakim Soria was sent to Pittsburgh in one of many moves Thursday afternoon.
Brandon Phillips had a career night against the Pirates.
At Fish Stripes
The Miami Marlins are getting minor league pitchers Jeff Brigham, Victor Araujo, and Kevin Guzman in the deal. None of these players were rated as top-20 organizational prospects.
Yes, there is money involved. No, this is not a fire sale.
Toronto remains in on Dan Haren.
Miami acquires three minor league players in the deal.
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