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  • colocolo
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    Two calls reviewed, upheld in Marlins-Tigers game

    The Tigers' latest tryout with baseball's instant replay system resulted in two reviews, both of which upheld the original calls. One of them wasn't a surprise, the other seemingly was.

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  • colocolo
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    Jones goes deep, posts three RBIs to back Eovaldi

    Garrett Jones hit a two-run homer in the first inning off Scott Feldman and added an RBI single in a three-run fifth inning to lead the Marlins to a 7-2 win over the Astros on Friday afternoon at Osceola County Stadium. Nathan Eovaldi started for the Marlins and gave up a pair of runs in 4 1/3 innings.

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  • colocolo
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    Marlins trying to stay healthy as camp winds down

    Seeing Derek Dietrich sprawled on the ground and covering his face is one of the major reasons why Marlins officials nervously count down the final days of Spring Training. "Whenever you get closer to Opening Day, you cringe every time something like that happens," president of baseball operations Michael Hill said.

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  • colocolo
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    Originally posted by colocolo View Post
    To The Mods here:

    Please, whenever possible stick this tread, and unstick last years one.

    Gracias

    colocolo

    Thanks Folks.

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  • colocolo
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    To The Mods here:

    Please, whenever possible stick this tread, and unstick last years one.

    Gracias

    colocolo

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  • colocolo
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    Ozuna's drive backs Fernandez, seals Marlins' win

    Jose Fernandez struck out eight Cardinals over six innings, and Marcell Ozuna provided a boost with a home run in the sixth that lifted Miami to a 4-3 win on Thursday afternoon at Roger Dean Stadium.

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  • colocolo
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    Power returns for Stanton

    Big bangs or small bops, balls are flying off Giancarlo Stanton's bat once again this spring. It's a welcome sign considering how injuries have slowed the All-Star right fielder throughout his career.

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  • colocolo
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    Stanton's prodigious homer sets the tone

    Giancarlo Stanton hit a long three-run homer, Jake Marisnick had three hits and Jacob Turner cruised through five innings in a win over the Astros.

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  • colocolo
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    Despite down spring, hopes high for Ozuna

    The expectations are still there for Marcell Ozuna, the always upbeat and often energized Marlins outfielder. The 23-year-old entered Spring Training as the frontrunner to win the center-field job.

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  • colocolo
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    We JUST love to beat The Mets.

    Originally posted by colocolo View Post
    As usual, Cozumel was GRAND.....

    Stanton, Johnson homer to complement Alvarez

    The Marlins added some power to their strong starting pitching on Monday afternoon in a 10-7 win over the Mets at Roger Dean Stadium.

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  • colocolo
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    As usual, Cozumel was GRAND.....

    Stanton, Johnson homer to complement Alvarez

    The Marlins added some power to their strong starting pitching on Monday afternoon in a 10-7 win over the Mets at Roger Dean Stadium.

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  • colocolo
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    I am leaving for a 5 days cruise in a couple of days, not much will get posted here due to the fact that I will be away from the Internet for that period of time.

    Please keep up the posting here, ya'hear ????

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  • colocolo
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    Jensen goes deep as Marlins rally past Red Sox.

    Brian Flynn, who has an outside shot at winning a spot in the Marlins' rotation, turned in a strong performance, giving up one hit and no runs over three innings during a 5-4 win over the Red Sox on Tuesday afternoon at JetBlue Park.

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  • colocolo
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    And its DONE again...


    Gotta love it . . . . .

    Stanton hits long homer as Marlins beat Mets 11-1

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  • colocolo
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    Stanton hits first homer to back Koehler's solid start

    Giancarlo Stanton provided the "wow factor" with his monstrous solo home run in the fourth inning. But the decisive blow was delivered by Alex Avila, who lined a two-out, two-run double in the eighth inning that vaulted the Tigers to a 3-1 win over the Marlins on Sunday afternoon at Roger Dean Stadium.

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