In his previous four starts, Justin Nicolino had gone at least six innings without surrendering more than two runs. Yesterday Nicolino's stretch of solid starts ended abruptly as the rookie pitcher was only able to last just over four innings while surrendering five runs on nine hits. The Marlins bats could not help out their struggling pitchers as the club fell to the Brewers 9-1.
On Monday morning, Jose Fernandez threw 75 pitches during a simulated game at Marlins Park. The Marlins ace is scheduled to return to the mound on Saturday against the Nationals.
It has been a tough season for the Marlins in 2015, but there were some some bright spots for the club. With that being said, who were the top five players from this season?
Martin Prado has quietly had a solid season for the Fish, but after his name was tossed around at the Trade Deadline does the club plan on holding into him for next season?
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After a recent rehab start in Triple-A, Marcus Stroman feels ready to rejoin the Blue Jays.
The Mets defeated the Nationals, in the first game of a three game set, to extend their division lead to five games.
Former Marlin Nathan Eovaldi has been shut down for two weeks after an MRI revealed inflammation in his elbow.
After fearing that his major league career may have been over following an elbow injury, A.J. Burnett will make his return to the Pirates rotation on Thursday.
Miami Marlins second baseman Dee Gordon may be fast, but his baserunning has been a slight disappointment for the Fish.
Several Marlins have been bothered about the front office and are talking about "privately."
The Marlins slugger still does not have full strength in his left hand after hamate bone surgery.
Miami's potential offseason strategy indicates the club does not view A.J. Ramos or Carter Capps as closing candidates.
I answer a few questions from Joe Frisaro's latest inbox with our own Fish Stripes viewpoint.