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    Alvarez vies for first victory of season

    Roenis Elias has been a steady presence since a breakout Cactus League earned him a spot in Seattle's depleted rotation. He'll look to continue his early-season success and help the Mariners snap a four-game losing streak Saturday night in Miami, where Henderson Alvarez can earn his first win of the year and secure a series victory.
    (And THAT didnt happen)

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    Marlins hope Jones can get in a groove

    Fans are seeing signs from time to time of what Garrett Jones can do in the middle of the Marlins' order. What Jones and the Marlins are looking for is consistency.

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    Rehabbing Turner throws off mound

    Jacob Turner is moving closer to game action. The Marlins right-hander, on the disabled list with a right shoulder sprain, threw roughly 45 pitches off the mound on Friday afternoon at Marlins Park. Next up is another bullpen session on Sunday, the last day of Miami's homestand.

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    Giancarlo hotter than the HEAT !!!!

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    Happy Good Friday ALL you Marlin Fans !!!!!

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    Inbox: Will club call up top prospect Heaney?

    With Jacob Turner out, will the Marlins call up top prospect Andrew Heaney? Is slugger Giancarlo Stanton willing to sign a long-term deal with the club? Beat reporter Joe Frisaro answers your queries.

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    Marlins move Slowey into rotation, Hand to 'pen

    Without having to make a roster move, the Marlins were able to revise their rotation with a simple switch. Kevin Slowey will get the start on Sunday against the Mariners at Marlins Park. Slowey will flip with lefty Brad Hand, who goes from starter to the bullpen.

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    Eovaldi tries for first Interleague win vs. Seattle

    There isn't a lot of history between the Marlins and Mariners, but Miami has some familiarity with veteran pitcher Chris Young. When he takes the mound Friday, Miami will counter with hard-throwing right-hander Nathan Eovaldi in the first of three.

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  • colocolo
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    BTW Right fielder Giancarlo Stanton's first-inning blast to center off Stephen Strasburg was measured at 457 feet, the longest ever allowed by the Washington Nationals' ace.

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  • colocolo
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    Bravo Giancarlo..Stanton crushes a long home run to center

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    Marlins' bats come alive to end eight-game skid

    Pushed around for more than a week, the Marlins took their turn to slug back on Tuesday night. Giancarlo Stanton blasted a three-run homer and drove in five runs, while Marcell Ozuna collected four hits as the Marlins steamrolled Stephen Strasburg and the Nationals, 11-2, at Marlins Park.

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    Tempers fizzle after benches clear in Miami

    Benches and bullpens cleared and there was some jawing going on Tuesday night, but the dust quickly settled without further incident at Marlins Park. In the Marlins' 11-2 win over the Nationals, tempers heated up in the fourth inning after Tom Koehler's pitch ran inside on Ian Desmond.

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    Marlins president recognizes favorite school teacher

    Before the Marlins faced the Nationals at Marlins Park, Major League Baseball paid tribute to Jackie Robinson Day. As part of the ceremony, president of baseball operations Michael Hill recognized one of his high school teachers, Patricia Dunn from Cincinnati Country Day School. She and her husband made the trip to Miami

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    Fernandez starts in bounce-back attempt vs. Nationals

    Jose Fernandez (2-1, 3.78 ERA) looks to bounce back from his previous start (six earned runs in four innings) in the series finale against Tanner Roark (1-0, 5.91 ERA) and the Nationals.

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    Yelich relieved to avoid collision with Stanton

    At 6-foot-6, 240-pounds, Giancarlo Stanton is an imposing figure who is difficult to miss in the outfield. Christian Yelich is certainly glad he was able to stay clear of his teammate on a fly ball to the gap in right-center at Marlins Park on Monday night.

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