Murphy's one-handed throw to first seems like déjà vu (0:28)

Final: Mets 12, Marlins 1

Yoenis Cespedes tallied 3 doubles and 4 RBIs and Bartolo Colon tossed 8 innings of 1-run ball as New York took over sole possession of first place in the NL East with its 4th consecutive win. Box score

Mets rookie smacks three-run HR (0:13)
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Mets playing in unfamiliar territory

New York takes the field tonight vs. the Marlins with at least a share of first place for the first time this late in a season since Sept. 19, 2008. Tonight's pitching matchup: Bartolo Colon (Mets) vs. Tom Koehler (Marlins). Follow live

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More roster turnover in Miami

Last week's deals have left the Marlins with few players contracted beyond this season. Speaking of this season, Christian Yelich was about the only potent Miami bat during July. MLB Power Rankings

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Monday's Mets-Marlins lineups

The Mets enter Monday's game against the Marlins with at least a share of first place for the first time this late in a season since Sept. 19, 2008.

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Cash over talent for GM Hill

Miami GM Mike Hill dumped plenty of money at the deadline, but forgot to add baseball. All the Marlins' returns were mid- if not low-level prospects. GM deadline grades (Insider)

Fernandez fans 10 in win (1:01)

Marlins blow it, then walk off

Marlins SS Adeiny Hechavarria made up for closer A.J. Ramos blowing a save by clubbing a 3-run walk off home run in the 9th. Ramos had allowed two runs in the top half of the frame, depriving Miami's Jose Fernandez of his 16th straight win at home. Box score


Have a day Jose Fernandez

The Marlins righty, in just his 6th start since Tommy John surgery, has a season-high 112 pitches through 6 scoreless innings. He has 10 K's, and 2 walks and 4 hits allowed. With a 2-0 lead, he is in line for his 16th straight home win. Follow live

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Jose Fernandez keeps rolling

Since coming back from Tommy John surgery July 2, the Marlins righty is 4-0 with a 2.53 ERA in 5 starts. Through 2 innings today vs. the Padres, he has 4 K's, giving up 0 runs and 2 hits. Follow live

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Fernandez at home = trouble for Padres

Marlins SP Jose Fernandez tests his 15-0 career home record (23 starts) vs. San Diego. The RHP's insane home ERA is 1.19 ERA in 151.2 innings. The Padres, winners of 4 in a row, counter with James Shields. Follow live

Stanton recovery slower than expected

Marlins slugger Giancarlo Stanton was hoping to return within 6 weeks of having surgery on his fractured left wrist, but the progress isn't going as expected. "Definitely slower," Stanton said. "That's the generation of your whole swing is that turnover [with] your hand and your wrist. I know what a sore wrist feels like, and now with a broken hand and the sore wrist, it takes a little longer."

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Stanton rehab 'definitely slower' than expected

Marlins right fielder Giancarlo Stanton was hoping to return within six weeks of surgery on his fractured left wrist, but slow progress in recovery means he'll be out longer than expected.

Waiver trade deadline candidates (2:31)

Marlins' yard sale embarrassing for fans

The Marlins gave away some quality pieces and didn't get much in return at the trade deadline. With the front office yet again pinching pennies, Miami's fans are the biggest losers in this situation, writes Michael Baumann. Grantland: Deadline winners, losers

Marlins save money

Trading Mat Latos and Dan Haren without getting a single prospect on the other team's radar isn't exactly getting value. ESPN Insider Dan Szymborski ranks the Marlins last on his list. Trade deadline rankings (Insider)

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Prado may still be traded

The Marlins seem inclined to hang on to Martin Prado, but his high salary and low production could mean he would get through waivers unclaimed. Could Miami trade him in August? Crasnick: August trade candidates

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Crasnick: Players who could get traded in August

Baseball's July 31 non-waiver trade deadline is behind us, but there still could be more moves coming in August. Jerry Crasnick identifies players who could change teams this month.

2015 Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.25117th
On Base Percentage.30227th
Slugging Percentage.37128th
Earned Run Average3.7614th
Quality Starts609th


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