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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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    • 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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      • 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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        • Yelich remains consistent amid Marlins' slump

          At a time when the Marlins as a team have been in a slump, Christian Yelich has stayed hot. A career-high 11-game hitting streak entering Friday has helped raise Yelich's average to .317, and the 22-year-old left fielder is getting on base at a .388 clip.
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          • Transfer rule leads to overturned call in Miami

            Earlier in the day Friday, the Marlins got a memo from the league outlining the umpires' interpretation of the "transfer rule." In the ninth inning later that night, Miami benefited from the rule that has been gaining plenty of attention lately. The rule worked in the Marlins' favor, leading to an overturned call that set up Giancarlo Stanton's walk-off grand slam in an 8-4 win over the Mariners at Marlins Park.
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            • Stanton atones for error , slams Seattle in ninth

              Giancarlo Stanton rocked Marlins Park on Friday night and received a water bath in the process. Stanton blasted a grand slam in the ninth inning to propel the Marlins to an 8-4 win over the Mariners. The dramatic drive came off Yoervis Medina with no outs. Stanton spiked his helmet prior to reaching home and was then doused with water by his teammates as he touched the plate.
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              • Tonite and tomorrow the Mariners, then we hit the road again for a Series in Atlanta, starting on the 21st.
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                • The Mariners were swept, the brooms came out in Miami, again
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                  • Marlins offense getting it done early

                    The Marlins entered Sunday's game against the Mariners with some impressive offensive statistics. Miami was second in the National League in team batting average (.279) and runs (91), and the Marlins lead the NL in walks (63).
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                    • McGehee proving to be a hit at Marlins Park

                      Marlins Park may frustrate some hitters because of its spacious dimensions, but Casey McGehee is taking advantage of the big building by simply striving to hit the ball hard
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                      • Marlins reap benefit of overturned call

                        Marlins manager Mike Redmond leapt out of the dugout before Christian Yelich had much of a chance to even complain about a close call at home plate in Sunday's 3-2 win over the Mariners. A few minutes later, Redmond and the Marlins were awarded a reversal in their favor for the second time this weekend.
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                        • Marlins rally past Mariners in series finale

                          Christian Yelich extended his hitting streak to 14 games by sparking the eighth-inning rally as the Marlins defeated the Mariners, 3-2, in front of 20,228 at Marlins Park, securing the Marlins' third consecutive victory and a 4-2 homestand.
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                          • Koehler faces Braves in series opener in Atlanta

                            Julio Teheran, coming off a three-hit shutout, will pitch on Monday night opposite Marlins right-hander Tom Koehler, who also has all of his pitches working
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                            • The Daily Go MARLINS Go !!!!!
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                              • Quickly onto Atlanta then The Rotten Apple.


                                Mon, Apr 21
                                @ Atlanta 7:10pm EDT

                                Tue, Apr 22
                                @ Atlanta 7:10pm EDT

                                Wed, Apr 23
                                @ Atlanta 12:10pm EDT

                                Fri, Apr 25
                                @ NY Mets 7:10pm EDT
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