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Miami Marlins morning news: Dee Gordon named Roberto Clemente Award nominee

Dee Gordon was named as the Marlins representative nominee for the Roberto Clemente Award. Plus links on Henderson Alvarez, Ichiro, and more.

Marlins News

Dee Gordon has had a great season for the Marlins on the field, and his performance in the clubhouse and off the field has garnered notice as well. Gordon was named the Marlins' nominee for the Roberto Clemente Award.

Although Henderson Alvarez struggled to stay on the field in 2015, the club is likely to tender a contract to the 25-year-old pitcher.

The Marlins projected starting outfield coming into 2015 missed a lot of combined games. Ichiro proved to be a solid emergency, fourth outfielder.

Heading into the season, the Marlins biggest strength was expected to be their outfield. Due to injuries and struggles at the plate, the outfield turned out to be a carousel.

Around the League

After being no-hit for over eight innings, the Yankees came from behind to win a stunner in Tampa Bay.

Cuban pitcher, Yadier Alvarez, was named's number one international prospect.

Joe Panik's season is likely over due to lingering back issues.

The reigning American League Cy Young Award winner, Corey Kluber, is set to finally return to the Indian's rotation this Thursday.

At Fish Stripes

-Miami Marlins 'leaning towards' tendering offer to Henderson Alvarez - Fish Stripes

The 25-year old has been on the disabled list with a shoulder injury.

-Jose Fernandez's historical Miami Marlins career start - Fish Stripes

Jose Fernandez has barely been around and yet somehow he is closing in on being one of the best pitchers in Marlins history already.

-Christian Yelich's surprisingly decent campaign - Fish Stripes

When you start as slow as Christian Yelich did, it is easy to let it slip past that he is actually having a decent 2015 season.

-3 reasons Miami Marlins fans should be excited about the front office shakeup - Fish Stripes

The Marlins have already made several changes. But there are plenty of reasons to believe they will help the organization moving forward.

-Koehler's performance gives Marlins something to think about - Fish Stripes

Eight strong innings in a September games puts Tom Koehler in a good position to remain with the club and fight for a rotation spot in 2016.