Derek Jeter and Jeb Bush have won the bidding for the Marlins.
Another day, another short outing for a Marlins starting pitcher, who as a staff has thrown the least amount of inning in the majors. Marlins manager Don Mattingly says that’s all part of the plan.
Prospect Dillon Peters will be out for six to eight weeks. The young southpaw underwent surgery to fix a few fractures in his thumb but could still make his way into the rotation by the end of the season.
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Two youngsters vy for the longest homerun of the 2017 campaign as Corey Seager and Joey Gallo have tied each other for that honor.