Miami wants both Michael Morse and Justin Bour to receive starting time and the pair could be in the lineup together on a regular basis. According to MLB.com's Joe Frisaro, Morse might spend some time in the outfield following Marcell Ozuna's demotion.
with Ozuna sent down am anticipating Yelich in CF more and Morse in LF a bit. Valdespin could get a callup #Marlins— Joe Frisaro (@JoeFrisaro) July 5, 2015
Dee Gordon and Giancarlo Stanton received the most All-Star votes in the National League at second base and right field, respectively. Though Stanton is injured, Gordon will still start and represent the Marlins.
Marcell Ozuna has struggled offensively in 2015 and the Marlins optioned him to Triple-A New Orleans on Sunday. Jordany Valdespin is expected to take his place on the roster.
Jarred Cosart allowed seven runs over 1.2 innings against the Cubs and was optioned to Triple-A as a result of his inability to throw strikes.
Michael Morse is back and hoping to bring power to Miami's lineup.
Detroit has been linked to several of the Marlins' starting pitchers and a deal could be made over the next few weeks.
Around The League
Steven Matz has been solid on the mound for the Mets but he keeps hitting, too.
Stephen Strasburg is headed back to the DL with an oblique strain.
The Cardinals placed Jaime Garcia on the DL with a groin injury.
Philadelphia acquired the number one international signing slot from the Diamondbacks.
At Fish Stripes
Detroit is in pursuit of starting pitching and the Marlins might have a few available arms.
Jose Fernandez finally made his return start, and while the raw runs allowed were not fantastic, it was a promising start to the 2015 season after Tommy John surgery.
Both Dee Gordon and Giancarlo Stanton were selected to represent the Marlins in the mid-summer classic.
Dee "Flash" Gordon hit a ball in the gap which allowed him to drive in three - including himself - in last night's 5-3 victory over the Giants.
And he watched it a little.
With Fernandez set to take the mound this afternoon, take a look at his road to recovery.
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