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  • Late-inning spots 'up for grabs' in Marlins' bullpen

    At a time Miami starters are settling into a groove, the relievers have had their struggles. They've been prone to allowing a game-changing hit, especially the long ball.
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    • Slowey seeks more efficient night at Citi Field

      When Kevin Slowey last took the mound at Citi Field, he found himself in the game that seemingly would never end. It was June 8, 2013, and the Marlins and Mets engaged in a marathon that lasted 20 innings and eclipsed six hours and 25 minutes. On Saturday, the Marlins and Mets will be hoping for a much crisper, shorter contest. Slowey will get the start, appearing at Citi Field for the first time since the 20-inning affair. New York is going with Jenrry Mejia, who was in the Minor Leagues last June.
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      • Reflective Fernandez visits World Trade Center site

        The Sept. 11 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center happened when Jose Fernandez was a 9-year-old living in Cuba. The tragedy continues to hit home for the Marlins' 21-year-old ace.
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        • Potential starter Stanton leads Marlins on ASG ballot

          Giancarlo Stanton is off to the best start of his career, and the right fielder is making the case to be the National League Player of the Month. If he keeps it up, he promises to attract plenty of fan votes to be a serious contender to start at the Midsummer Classic in July
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          • Late homers not enough in rare Cishek blown save

            Steve Cishek had been pretty much automatic. On Friday night, the Miami closer came up human. Cishek surrendered three straight two-out hits in the ninth inning, and the Mets celebrated a 4-3 walk-off victory on Curtis Granderson's single to right field.
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            • Cishek's record save streak halted.

              No BIG Deal !!!! Cish will be back,STRONGER !!!!
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              • Go Miami MARLINS, Go !!!
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                • Gotta love it. We beat the Mets last nite !! Nothinn better than beating NY!!
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                  • Dunn stresses long season amid 'rough patch'

                    Mike Dunn knows it will take some time to lower his disappointing 8.31 ERA. The 28-year-old Marlins lefty also fully understands how being a reliever in the big leagues works. The season is six months, not three weeks.
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                    • Furcal strains groin; Marlins hopeful it's not serious

                      Just when it looked as if Rafael Furcal was getting back into form, the veteran infielder suffered a setback on Friday night. The Marlins second baseman was removed from a rehab-assignment game with Double-A Jacksonville because of a right groin strain.
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                      • Yelich approach the same as hit string snapped

                        Hitting streaks come and go, and Christian Yelich's approach to them remains the same.
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                        • Collins' challenge nets overturned call in close game

                          Mets manager Terry Collins successfully challenged a safe call in the ninth inning of the Marlins' 7-6, 10-inning victory on Saturday night.
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                          • Cishek downplays individual stats as streak ends

                            Good fortune tends to come with any impressive streak. Marlins closer Steve Cishek is the first to admit that he certainly had his share of breaks go his way over his franchise-record 33 consecutive save chances.
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                            • Salty tater in 10th helps Marlins escape Mets

                              This time, the Marlins were able to make Jarrod Saltalamacchia's home run stand. Saltalamacchia homered to open the 10th inning on Saturday night, and Steve Cishek locked down the save as the Marlins edged the Mets, 7-6, at Citi Field.
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                              • Koehler at home pitching in New York finale

                                Tough luck met Dillon Gee and Tom Koehler in each of their respective previous starts. Each threw well in games their teams lost. On Sunday, the Mets and Marlins hurlers square off against each other in the series finale at Citi Field.
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