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  • What they're saying about the Orioles at the All-Star break

    What they're saying about the Orioles at the All-Star break
    Here’s a roundup of what national media outlets are saying about the Orioles at the All-Star break. The Orioles have five players, including three starters, in Tuesday’s midsummer classic.   ** Jon Morosi of FOX Sports writes about the...
  • Dylan Bundy gets fan vote for top minor league starting pitcher of 2012

    Dylan Bundy gets fan vote for top minor league starting pitcher of 2012
    This award surely won't earn the centerpiece on Dylan Bundy's mantel, but the Orioles' top pitching prospect has earned the MiLBY Award as the fans' choice for minor league starting pitcher of the year in all of baseball. Miami Marlins prospect Jose...
  • Miami Marlins - TeamReport

    MLB Team Report - Miami Marlins - INSIDE PITCH MIAMI -- In the nine games before Friday's series opener against the Seattle Mariners, the Miami Marlins' bullpen had been a train wreck -- an 0-4 record, a 7.31 ERA and a ghastly seven homers allowed....
  • Baseball tells the pain of Cuba

    Baseball tells the pain of Cuba
    Funny, the way we're numb to it all, numb to the everyday courage and drama and suffering. "My story?" Miami Marlins shortstop Adeiny Hechavarria says. He shrugs at his locker. It isn't much of one, he says. It's normal, he says. Simple. But listen:...
  • Marlins losing with E's

    MIAMI The Marlins can point to errors (they lead baseball with 16), a shoddy bullpen (they have given up six homers after the eighth inning this season, including four game-winners) and inconsistent starting pitching as reasons why they've dropped nine of...
  • Saltalamacchia's two errors mar Fernandez's 10-strikeout effort

    Saltalamacchia's two errors mar Fernandez's 10-strikeout effort
    For the better part of seven innings, catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia made all the right calls. He helped keep Jose Fernandez in a nice rhythm as the right-hander negotiated the Nationals’ lineup. Fernandez struck out 10, did not walk a batter and...
  • Miami Marlins - PlayerWatch

    RHP Nathan Eovaldi gets the start Friday against the visiting Seattle Mariners, and he has some trends working in his favor. His ERA at home (3.46) is much better than his 5.68 road number. And he has been pretty good in interleague play -- a 1.74 ERA....
  • Marlins notes: Slowey tabbed over Hand for Sunday start

    Marlins notes: Slowey tabbed over Hand for Sunday start
    MIAMI – After watching Brad Hand give up eight runs on 12 hits over 6 1/3 innings in two spot starts against the Nationals, the Marlins are making a change. Kevin Slowey will take Hand's turn in the rotation for Sunday's series finale against...
  • Nationals 6, Marlins 3

    Nationals 6, Marlins 3: Rookie Zach Walters hit a mammoth pinch-hit home run to open the eighth inning and Ian Desmond added a two-run single later in the frame as Washington captured the rubber game in Miami. Walters has two home runs in three at-...
  • Preview: Nationals at Marlins

    Coming off the worst start of his brief but sensational career, Jose Fernandez will look to the comforts of home in his quest to bounce back. The 21-year-old puts his perfect record at Marlins Park on the line Wednesday as Miami resumes its three-game...
  • Marlins mash Nationals, end eight-game skid

    Marlins mash Nationals, end eight-game skid MIAMI -- Stephen Strasburg came in with his power stuff, and the Miami Marlins did not flinch. Benches cleared, and the Marlins did not back down. No haymakers were thrown -- unless you count right fielder...
  • Marlins find unity in confrontation with Nationals

    The  brief confrontation Tuesday between the Marlins and Nationals after Tom Koehler threw a pitch too close to Washington's Ian Desmond amounted to nothing of substance. It had the usual comical trimmings of all the relief pitchers jogging in from...