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    Stanton seeking voting push for All-Star start

    The first round of All-Star voting results was revealed on Wednesday and Giancarlo Stanton finds himself fourth among NL outfielders. Colorado's Charlie Blackmon, Pittsburgh's Andrew McCutchen and Milwaukee's Ryan Braun currently hold the top three spots.

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  • colocolo
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    Stanton seeking voting push for All-Star start

    The first round of All-Star voting results was revealed on Wednesday and Giancarlo Stanton finds himself fourth among NL outfielders. Colorado's Charlie Blackmon, Pittsburgh's Andrew McCutchen and Milwaukee's Ryan Braun currently hold the top three spots.

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  • colocolo
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    Cishek making a case for NL All-Star squad

    The way Marlins closer Steve Cishek is throwing right now, he is making a case to be a National League All-Star for the first time.

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    Fri, May 30
    Atlanta 7:10pm EDT

    Sat, May 31
    Atlanta 4:10pm EDT

    Sun, Jun 1
    Atlanta 1:10pm EDT

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  • colocolo
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    Lets finish in DC on a high note and back to Miami for the Braves

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  • colocolo
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    Marlins rained out in DC, no makeup date official

    About the time the Marlins were wrapping up batting practice at Nationals Park on Tuesday night, the grounds crew was rolling the tarp onto the field in anticipation of heavy rains. About an hour later, roughly at 7:15 p.m. ET, the Marlins-Nationals game was postponed.

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  • colocolo
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    Capps goes on disabled list with elbow sprain

    Carter Capps, who has impressed with a fastball that has reached as high as 101 mph this season, was placed on the 15-day disabled list Tuesday with a right elbow sprain. Arquimedes Caminero, another hard-throwing reliever, was recalled from Triple-A New Orleans.

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  • colocolo
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    Marlins' Fernandez has cast, stitches removed

    The rehabilitation process for Jose Fernandez is about to begin. Fernandez, the Marlins' ace, had his cast and stitches removed on Tuesday in Los Angeles, and now his road to recovery comes next.

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    Furcal set to begin rehab assignment on Thursday

    While Jose Fernandez was in Los Angeles getting his cast and stitches removed, second baseman Rafael Furcal is moving closer to game action in Jupiter, Fla. Furcal will begin his rehab assignment with Class A Jupiter on Thursday.

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    Marlins' Heaney tosses one-hit shutout in Triple-A

    Left-hander Andrew Heaney, the Marlins' No. 1 prospect, threw a one-hit shutout Tuesday and Triple-A New Orleans defeated Round Rock, 9-0, in a game shortened to six innings by rain.

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  • colocolo
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    Lovely, got swept there a few weeks back, not this time.

    Go Marlins Go

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  • colocolo
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    Marlins hold off Nats after Stanton's homer

    Boosted by Giancarlo Stanton's two-run homer, the Marlins were able to hold off the Nats, 3-2, on Monday afternoon in a Memorial Day matinee at Nationals Park.

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    Colonel's son Baker appreciates Memorial Day game

    Memorial Day is more than a one-day event for Jeff Baker. The Marlins infielder was born to a military family in Germany, and the 32-year-old has lived in more places around the world than he can remember.

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  • colocolo
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    Wolf to stay in rotation, face Braves on Saturday

    Randy Wolf, tagged for six runs (four earned) in Sunday's loss to the Brewers at Marlins Park, will remain in the rotation. The 37-year-old lefty is scheduled to start on Saturday at home against the Braves

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  • colocolo
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    Alvarez tries to beat Nats for first time, secure series

    The Marlins rely on Henderson Alvarez to be one of their top starters and log his share of innings. Yet when he starts against the Nationals, his teams have had minimal success. Washington is 5-0 in the games Alvarez has started, including four with Miami. The Nats will start Blake Treinen, who is looking for his first career victory.

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