Giancarlo Stanton had surgery on July 28 but he might be out for a bit longer. According to MLB,.com's Steve Wilaj, the recovery is taking longer than expected.
"I have to swing off the tee with no pain first, then we'll go from there," Stanton said. "I don't know when that will be. I'm just doing what I'm supposed to every day."
Marcell Ozuna continues to have success in Triple-A. But the Marlins want to make sure he is producing consistently before they recall him again.
Jose Urena had difficulty throwing strikes against San Diego in his first start since being recalled.
Jarred Cosart has been sidelined with vertigo and is set to visit a specialist so that he can quickly return to the mound.
Miami dealt Dan Haren, Steve Cishek, Mat Latos, Michael Morse, and Sam Dyson prior to the non-waiver trade deadline.
The Marlins are confident Henderson Alvarez will be healthy in time for spring training.
Miami was active before the deadline. How would you rate their moves?
The Marlins were shopping for starting pitching. Until they weren't.
Around the League
A.J. Burnett might have thrown the last pitch of his career.
Andrelton Simmons is hoping to avoid a stint on the DL following a thumb injury.
Larry Lucchino is stepping down as Boston's CEO.
Clayton Kershaw has not allowed a run in 37 innings.
At Fish Stripes
Haren was thought to be an August trade candidate.
The Marlins receive a switch hitting catcher and left-handed pitcher return.
Miami was active. So were the other clubs in the NL East.
The Marlins do not have many prospects that would have been necessary to get a big deal done.
Notes from Friday following the 4:00 EST non-waiver trade deadline
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