3 hrs ago | Fish Stripes
New Orleans shutout a potent River Cats offense, Austin Nola doubled and tripled, and Jesus Solorzano reached base three times.
8 hrs ago | Fish Stripes
Giancarlo Stanton is taking batting practice and resuming baseball activities, and he is exactly what the Marlins' anemic offense needs right now.
12 hrs ago | Fish Stripes
The news regarding the Alex Sanabia spitball incident continues to grow, with information regarding whether the umpires caught anything during the game.
As impressive as Endy Chavez looked hitting that ninth-inning, pinch-hit home run for the Mariners in Cleveland on Monday, he's done it all before.
Fish Stripes breaks ground with a cutting-edge bromatological analysis of how stadium food affected the on-field performance of the Miami Marlins yesterday.
Jacksonville scored three runs off Alex Wood, the best pitcher in the Southern League this year, while Justin Nicolino threw six scoreless innings.
The Miami Marlins recently started backup catcher Jeff Mathis for two games, thus beginning another chapter in one of the most interestingly bad careers in baseball.
Last week, Ricky Nolasco lamented that he missed his strikeouts. He then struck out 11 batters on Sunday, continuing a run of K's in May.
Miami Marlins backup outfielder Matt Diaz has been sent to the disabled list with a left knee contusion.
The Miami Marlins designated Jon Rauch for assignment after Friday night's game, and subsequently promoted lefty reliever Duane Below.
Christian Yelich , LF: 3-for-6, 2 HR, 2B, 3 RBI Jake Marisnick , CF: 0-for-3, BB, 2 SB Robert Morey , SP: 6.1 IP, 4 H, 4 ER, 2 BB, 5 K Michael Brady , RP: 1 IP, 0 H, 0 ER, 0 BB, 2 K Double-A Jacksonville rolled over Mobile yesterday night, scoring ten runs on Anthony Meo and the Mobile pitching staff.
Miami Marlins starting pitcher Ricky Nolasco says that he misses being a strikeout pitcher, but why has he not been one in the last few years? Miami Marlins starter Ricky Nolasco has not been truly effective for a long time.
For the first time all season the Miami Marlins have repeated lineups. Alex Sanabia's future in the Marlins rotation comes into question and pitcher Brian Flynn gets some coverage on FanGraphs.
The Marlins were shut out for the 175th time this season by the Cincinnati Reds on Wednesday, or maybe these losses really are all starting to blend together.