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  • Marlins' gap hitters delivering at spacious park

    Marlins Park, with its large dimensions and high outfield wall, is not ideally suited to produce an abundance of home runs. Still, the building can work to hitters' advantage, with the right approach.
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    • Salty getting acclimated to NL pitchers

      Adapting to a new pitching staff was Jarrod Saltalamacchia's first priority after signing as a free agent with the Marlins. Familiarizing himself to the National League was next.
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      • Padres' homer erases Eovaldi's start, sinks Marlins

        For much of Sunday afternoon, Nathan Eovaldi was dominant and not in a giving mood. But with little margin for error, one mistake is all it took to ruin what was shaping up as another rewarding day for Miami.
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        • After a louzy 2013, who cares if we didnt sweep ??? We WON The Series anyways !!!
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          • After strong homestand, Marlins set for test in DC

            In most baseball circles, the Nationals -- along with the Braves -- are widely considered the class of the National League East. At this juncture, the Marlins are hoping to move into their neighborhood.
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            • Miami Marlins Schedule

              @ Washington 7:05pm EDT
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              Wed, Apr 9

              @ Washington 7:05pm EDT
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              Thu, Apr 10

              @ Washington 4:05pm EDT
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              Fri, Apr 11

              @ Philadelphia 7:05pm EDT
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              • Fernandez, Blackmon named co-NL Players of Week

                Young Marlins ace Jose Fernandez and Rockies outfielder Charlie Blackmon have been named the co-National League Players of the Week for the first week of the season.
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                • Stanton turning heads with prolific start

                  Home runs may all count the same, but they certainly don't all look or sound alike. The volume seems to turn to full blast whenever Marlins slugger Giancarlo Stanton gets into one.
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                  • Hand makes spot start for injured Turner in Washington

                    April starts and successes are nothing new for Nationals righty Jordan Zimmermann. For Marlins lefty Brad Hand, pitching in April at all is a relatively new experience. On Wednesday night, Hand is being called into action as an emergency starter in place of Jacob Turner, who strained his right shoulder Tuesday hitting in the cages.
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                    • New R.B.I. Baseball 14 is here to play

                      A reimagined world of R.B.I. Baseball 14 launches today on Xbox 360, PS3 and on iOS via the Apple App Store, and it is coming this spring for PS4, Xbox One and Android devices.
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                      • Errors catch sure-handed Dietrich by surprise

                        Marlins second baseman Derek Dietrich is as surprised and disappointed as anybody about a couple of errors he's already committed to start off the season.
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                        • Alvarez takes tough loss as bats come up empty

                          For the most part, Henderson Alvarez matched Gio Gonzalez pitch-for-pitch Tuesday night. Execution of some little things turned out to be the difference. Gonzalez threw six shutout innings and Anthony Rendon drove in three runs in the Nationals' 5-0 win over the Marlins at Nationals Park.
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                          • Let's Go Marlins, bounce back we CAN !!!!
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                            • Jones pays tribute to Ultimate Warrior
                              There is still a lot of professional wrestling fan left in Marlins first baseman Garrett Jones. When news broke that WWE legend "The Ultimate Warrior," James Hellwig, had passed away on Tuesday, it moved Jones to consider ways to pay tribute.
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                              • Umpires go to replay three times in Nats-Marlins game
                                The umpires had a busy night making replay reviews in the Nationals' 10-7 win over the Marlins on Wednesday night.
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