There is no guarantee Giancarlo Stanton will play again this season. Stanton continues to bounce back from a hand injury, but according to MLB.com's Joe Frisaro, he might not play again in 2015.
Giancarlo Stanton is doing everything within his power to return this season, but the Marlins' All-Star right fielder acknowledged on Sunday there is a chance he won't.
Martin Prado thrived against the Mets and helped the Marlins win the series as a result.
A.J. Ramos was placed into the closer role after Steve Cishek was traded. Miami is committed to him as their closer.
Offensively, Marcell Ozuna has been inconsistent. But he continues to thrive in the outfield.
Dan Jennings is expected to return to Miami's front office next season.
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Matt Harvey wants to pitch in the playoffs. The Mets appear willing to let him.
Dustin Pedroia could return to the Red Sox's lineup as soon as Tuesday.
Jordan Walden will miss the remainder of the season.
At Fish Stripes
The slugging right-fielder cannot opt out for another five seasons, but some drastic changes will need to take place if Miami wants to see him play out the full length of the record breaking contract.
-Miami Marlins will pursue closer, starter this offseason - Fish Stripes
The Marlins want a closer and starter before the start of 2016.
The Marlins' pursuit of a closer in free agency would be yet another disastrous move.
The Miami Marlins have no obvious, easy path to improving a hole-riddled roster for a variety of reasons.
The rookie is experiencing tendinitis in his throwing shoulder and is on a no-throw basis.
The Miami Marlins think they have a strong core, but who really is a part of this team's bright future?
The veteran infielder was traded at the end of the July after struggling throughout the first few months of the season.
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