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  • #61
    Fernandez: Opening Day start 'means everything'

    With his grandmother in the stands, Jose Fernandez will officially become the youngest starting pitcher in Marlins' history
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    • #62
      McGehee tips cap to former teammate Tanaka

      A year ago, Marlins third baseman Casey McGehee and Yankees pitching import Masahiro Tanaka were teammates on the Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles in Japan. McGehee was impressed with Tanaka then, and he was impressed again when he faced him at George A. Steinbrenner Field on Friday night.
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      • #63
        Yankees, Marlins warm up, but finale rained out

        Saturday's Grapefruit League finale between the Yankees and the Marlins at George M. Steinbrenner Field was cancelled due to rain.
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        • #64
          Stanton set up for season after monster homers

          Could this be Giancarlo Stanton's breakout year? Last Sunday, as the Marlins slugger stood waiting at the plate, young Tigers pitcher Drew Smyly admitted, "I thought I could sneak a fastball by him."
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          • #65
            With Furcal out, top of Marlins' order unsettled

            With Rafael Furcal, who was acquired to be the Marlins' starting second baseman and their leadoff hitter, on the disabled list with a strained hamstring, manager Mike Redmond has had to rethink his batting order.
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            • #66
              Slowey, Johnson make Marlins' Opening Day roster

              As expected, outfielder Reed Johnson and pitcher Kevin Slowey, a couple of non-roster invitees, were included on the Marlins' 2014 Opening Day roster.
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              • #67
                Opener offers fresh outlook for Marlins, Rockies

                The Rockies and Marlins are looking to rebound from last-place finishes in their respective divisions a year ago. And both clubs have reason to believe in 2014 as their seasons officially begin Monday at Marlins Park.
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                • #68
                  Today's The DAY !!!


                  Go Marlins 2014 Go !!!!
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                  • #69
                    Great way to get the Season goinn !!!! Had an awesome time at Marlins Park yesterday !!!
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                    • #70
                      Marlins rout Rockies, back Jose's record night
                      Jose Fernandez struck out nine -- matching Josh Beckett for a Marlins franchise high for an Opening Day start -- in six sharp innings, Casey McGehee tied a career high with four RBIs and Marcell Ozuna finished a triple shy of the cycle in a 10-1 win over the Rockies on Monday night.
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                      • #71
                        Miami Marlins Schedule

                        Mon, Mar 31

                        Colorado W 1-10

                        Tue, Apr 1

                        Colorado 7:10pm EDT

                        Wed, Apr 2

                        Colorado 7:10pm EDT

                        Thu, Apr 3

                        Colorado 12:40pm EDT

                        Fri, Apr 4

                        San Diego 7:10pm EDT
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                        • #72
                          So starved for runs were Marlins pitchers a season ago that nobody would have faulted them had they stood at home plate, shaking tin cups and begging for handouts.

                          They lived off crumbs.

                          Maybe times have changed.

                          Before a sellout crowd of 37,116 that was announced as the largest in Marlins Park history, and on the opening night of a new season, the reconfigured lineup showed life, providing pitcher Jose Fernandez with support the likes of which Marlins pitchers seldom experienced in 2013.

                          The result: a 10-1 victory over the Colorado Rockies.
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                          • #73
                            Originally posted by colocolo View Post

                            Before a sellout crowd of 37,116 that was announced as the largest in Marlins Park history, and on the opening night of a new season, the reconfigured lineup showed life, providing pitcher Jose Fernandez with support the likes of which Marlins pitchers seldom experienced in 2013.

                            The result: a 10-1 victory over the Colorado Rockies.
                            For THE Detractors, and ONE who loves to come here ALL the time to bad mouth The Team, ONLY because it's not in TIMBAKTU, next to Broward.

                            -- --Just like how the AAA doesnt look full on any given sell out, Marlins Park was the same last nite (I was there by the way). The NO shows and the tickets that MIGHT not be sold on Stubhub and or other resalers make the stadium not look like a sell out, but the Marlins have made it CLEAR last nite it was.-- --
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                            • #74
                              Tack on another week as Lucas to have surgery.

                              Marlins infielder Ed Lucas will undergo surgery to his left hand on Wednesday, and the procedure likely will push his recovery time back another week.
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                              • #75
                                Tough opener doesn't dampen Jones' optimism.

                                Bottom-line results don't always tell the full story. Garrett Jones, for instance, went hitless in four at-bats with three strikeouts and a walk in the Marlins' 10-1 w
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