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Marlins Morning News: Marlins on the mend

Notes on Chen, Bour, Stanton, Worley and links from around the league.

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Your favorite baseball team excited fans with a comeback win against the Phillies yesterday afternoon.

Wei-Yin Chen was supposed to take the hill for his first rehab start, but the game was rained out.

Justin Bour resumed baseball activities this week.

New ownership brings new hope for a farm system overhaul.

Vance Worley thinks this year’s baseballs are juiced. He also thinks he knows how to pitch them. Yesterday’s box score does not agree.

A writer at Newsweek seems to think the Marlins are rebuilding and plan to trade Giancarlo Stanton.


If you have a Twitter account, you definitely heard about not one, not two, but three brawls in the Tigers-Yankees game yesterday.

Red Sox ace Chris Sale was roughed up by Cleveland last night.

Injuries for the Mets keep piling up, with the latest being a freak injury to Michael Conforto.

It has been a good year for Derek Jeter, who became a father for the first time.

Tom Koehler, a class act, is already playing major league ball again and earned his first K in a Blue Jays uniform.

Henderson Alvarez, another Marlins alum, was signed by the Phillies this week.