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71-91, 3rd in NL East
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Don't sleep on Carter Capps

His injury history is disconcerting, but considering how fickle the closer position is, the risks are worth it for a pitcher with Capps' elite skills. His 49 percent strikeout rate was the third highest in history among pitchers who faced at least 100 batters. Top 5 fantasy sleepers

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Don't sleep on Marcell Ozuna

A miserable June and July and a monthlong detour through Triple-A, all coupled with winter trade rumors, have weakened Ozuna's stock. Still, he recovered after his recall with a .469 slugging percentage, and the Marlins' decision to move in their fences will help him. Top 5 fantasy sleepers

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Ichiro to become the world's hit king?

With his 1,278 hits in Japan in mind, Ichiro Suzuki is only 44 away from having more career hits than Pete Rose. He should reach that number this season, as well as getting the 65 hits he needs to reach 3,000 for his MLB career. Simon: Milestones to watch in 2016

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4dStephania Bell

Bell: Top 5 injury comebacks to watch

Giancarlo Stanton, set to return after suffering a fractured hamate bone in his left hand last season, is among several players who'll be back on the field after dealing with injuries in 2015.

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Marlins interested in Kyle Lohse?

Miami is among the teams reportedly considering the veteran pitcher as a potential bounce-back candidate. Lohse struggled with the Brewers in 2015 but posted solid numbers in his first two years with Milwaukee. MLB rumors roundup

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Fernandez's value on the rise?

Jose Fernandez's camp reportedly feels that he could make upwards of $30 million per season in free agency. Fernandez is set to hit the market following the 2018 season. MLB rumors roundup

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What is Stanton's status?

A broken hamate bone cut Giancarlo Stanton's strong 2015 season to just 74 games. How soon do the Marlins expect him to be ready to play? Injury updates (Insider)

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Padres, Marlins looking at Lincecum

San Diego and Miami are reportedly among the teams showing interest in Tim Lincecum. The free-agent right-hander is making his return from hip surgery. MLB rumors roundup

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Arroyo decision expected this week

Bronson Arroyo has reportedly been linked to discussions with the Reds, Nationals, Marlins, Pirates and Padres. A move to Washington would reunite Arroyo with Nats manager Dusty Baker, who he played for in Cincinnati. MLB rumors roundup

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Interest picks up for Arroyo

Bronson Arroyo has not pitched in the majors since undergoing Tommy John surgery in 2014, but multiple teams are reportedly showing interest in the right-hander. MLB rumors roundup

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13dJerry Crasnick

Manfred hits brakes on potential NL DH talk

MLB commissioner Rob Manfred told ESPN that he did not mean to give the impression during his comments at last week's owners meetings that NL clubs want to adopt the designated hitter.

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Marlins have some talented arms

Whether its closer A.J. Ramos' nearly unhittable changeup or Jose Fernandez's wipeout slider, two of the nastiest pitches in baseball exist in Miami. Best pitches in MLB (Insider)

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Marlins looking at buy-low starters?

Miami is reportedly in the market for veteran starters, and Tim Lincecum, Cliff Lee and Doug Fister are among the names on its radar if the price is right. MLB rumors roundup

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More suitors emerging for Cespedes?

As the market for free agent Yoenis Cespedes continues to draw out, several new teams are emerging as potential bidders. The Marlins are reportedly interested, but their team president says otherwise. MLB rumors roundup

Is 2016 the new 2012 in Miami?

ESPN Stats & Info's Sarah Langs provides a full breakdown of the Marlins' comparable offseasons to Buster Olney. Olney's blog (Insider)

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Marlins boast a strong defense

Miami has superb defenders at second, short and third, but its secret weapon is Giancarlo Stanton, who is a lot better in right field than people may realize. Buster Olney ranks the group among the game's best. Top 10 defenses (Insider)

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Will Marcell Ozuna remain in Miami?

Before signing Wei-Yin Chen, the Marlins reportedly made trade proposals to the Reds and Rangers seeking starting pitching for Ozuna. Neither team took Miami up on the offer, and Ozuna looks likely to stay now that Chen is in tow. MLB rumors roundup

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Marlins announce extension for Gordon

The Marlins signed 2B Dee Gordon to a 5-year extension. The deal is for $50M with a $14M vesting option for a sixth year, according to ESPN sources and Fox Sports. Gordon batted .333 with 205 hits last season.

Marlins avoid arbitration with six

Miami announced one-year deals with Jose Fernandez, Tom Koehler, Adeiny Hechavarria, Carter Capps, David Phelps and A.J. Ramos, thus avoiding arbitration with its eight eligible players. Deals with Dee Gordon and Bryan Morris were previously reported.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.2608th
On Base Percentage.31023rd
Slugging Percentage.38427th
Earned Run Average4.0215th
Quality Starts83Tied-13th

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