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  • #91
    Marlins set to face Padres, Miami native Alonso
    The Padres have their first road test of the season on Friday when they open a series against the Marlins in what will be more of a homecoming for Miami native Yonder Alonso. Marlins fifth starter Tom Koehler opposes Eric Stults for the Padres.
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    • #92
      Furcal, Lucas staying active while on DL
      While on the DL, Rafael Furcal is taking batting practice, and fielding grounders at second base. Ed Lucas is also doing conditioning while sidelined, keeping his arm loose by throwing.
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      • #93
        McGehee assuming many roles
        Casey McGehee is handling third base and batting cleanup against left-handed pitchers and has impressed thus far with his obvious production, like three doubles, a triple and eight RBIs in the first four games.
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        • #94
          Redmond gives Yelich a breather vs. lefty
          Marlins manager Mike Redmond on Friday decided to make a switch at the top of his batting order. Adeiny Hechavarria was in the leadoff spot in place of Christian Yelich, giving Reed Johnson a chance to start his first game, while giving the left-handed hitting Yelich a breather against southpaws.
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          • #95
            Stanton's epic homer paces Marlins' potent offense
            Giancarlo Stanton's two-run homer set the stage for another big offensive output by the Marlins, who went on to defeat the Padres, 8-2, at Marlins Park on Friday.
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            • #96
              Ex-starter Hand saves 'pen with rare three-frame save

              When Brad Hand opened Spring Training, the lefty was competing for the fifth-starter spot. He ended up making the Opening Day roster as a multiple-inning lefty reliever. Because of a rare situation on Friday night, Hand finds himself tied with Steve Cishek for the Marlins' lead in saves
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              • #97
                Furcal headed to extend spring training

                When the Marlins head out of town on Monday to begin their first road trip of the regular season, Rafael Furcal will be heading to extended spring training at the Roger Dean Stadium complex in Jupiter, Fla.
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                • #98
                  Fireballer Eovaldi, Marlins go for sweep of Padres

                  The Marlins have a good idea what they're getting in their starting pitcher on Sunday in Nathan Eovaldi. The Padres want big results from their starter, Ian Kennedy, but would settle for him to work deep into the game, something that's been hard to come by thus far.
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                  • #99
                    Motivated Hechavarria showing off adjustments

                    Working with hitting coach Frank Menechino, Adeiny Hechavarria has focused on a middle-of-the-field approach. The shortstop has adjusted his hand placement a little farther away from his body, and he has shortened his swing. The results are evident, as Hechavarria has 11 hits through five games entering Saturday,
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                    • Fernandez, Marlins blank Padres, secure series

                      Only a pitch limit slowed Jose Fernandez down on Saturday night. Fernandez struck out eight in 6 2/3 scoreless innings, and Giancarlo Stanton drove in two runs to power the Marlins to a 5-0 victory over the Padres in front of 35,188 at Marlins Park.
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                      • We smell a SWEEP in Miami !!!!
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                        • It's ALL about The Miami MARLINS !!!!
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                          • Must say I'm impressed by the Marlins thus far. Would like to see them continue with it throughout the season.
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                            • Originally posted by brewcrew82 View Post
                              Must say I'm impressed by the Marlins thus far. Would like to see them continue with it throughout the season.
                              That is the Plan in Marlins Land. Road Trip to DC and Philly, Let's see how the Lads do on the away trip.
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                              • Rehabbing Furcal playing role of cheerleader

                                A strained hamstring may be keeping Marlins second baseman Rafael Furcal out of the lineup, but it hasn't diminished the 36-year-old's importance on the team.
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