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 having surgery on his fractured left wrist, but slow progress in recovery means he'll be out longer than expected.

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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.

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Base-loaded walks lift Padres over Marlins 8-3

A.J. Ramos forced home the tiebreaking run with a bases-loaded, four-pitch walk in the 11th inning, Jedd Gyorko added a two-run single and the San Diego Padres beat the Miami Marlins 8-3 Friday n

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Final: Padres 8, Marlins 3 (11)

San Diego was one out away from a win in regulation, then got the win anyway with a 5-run 11th. Padres P Ian Kennedy got the no decision; more importantly, he has a new daughter waiting for him at home, as his wife gave birth while he was on the mound. Box score

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Down to last out, Marlins get the tie

Padres P Craig Kimbrel has blown just two saves this season. The second came tonight, as Derek Dietrich got all of a pitch on the inside part of the plate with 2 outs in the bottom of the 9th to force extra innings. Follow live

Yelich sends a screamer to deep center

There's nothing like the acoustics of a deep homer hit right off the sweet spot. It's a sound Christian Yelich knows after his 2-run shot well over the 418-foot marker in center in the bottom of the 1st gave the Marlins a 2-0 lead on the Padres. Follow live

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Szymborski: Ranking deadline performances

Teams such as the Blue Jays and Royals fulfilled their short- and long-term goals -- while others, such as the Padres, Red Sox and seemingly all of the NL Central, stood pat.

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Reports: Marlins sending Haren to Cubs

The Cubs are acquiring RHP Dan Haren from the Marlins, according to ESPN and multiple reports. He is 7-7 with a 3.42 ERA this season and 149-129 with a 3.75 ERA in his career. Miami will get SS Elliott Soto and RHP Ivan Pineyro in return.

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Marlins' Hill to fans: Team's core still intact

Ace right-hander Jose Fernandez is unbeaten and perhaps stronger than ever after recovering from elbow surgery. Giancarlo Stanton remains one of baseball's top power hitters. Dee Gordon is among

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Scherzer to Storen to Papelbon as Nats prevail

Max Scherzer scattered three hits over seven innings, Jonathan Papelbon got his first save for Washington with a perfect ninth inning and the Nationals beat the Miami Marlins 1-0 on Thursday.

Dodgers-Marlins-Braves trade official

The three-way trade is headlined by the Dodgers acquiring SP Alex Wood (via Atlanta), SP Mat Latos and OF Michael Morse (both via Miami); the Braves receiving Cuban INF prospect Hector Olivera (via L.A.); and the Marlins getting 3 prospects.

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Dodgers acquire Latos, Wood in 13-player trade

The Los Angeles Dodgers acquired pitcher Alex Wood from the Atlanta Braves in addition to the Miami Marlins' Mat Latos in a three-way trade that took 24 hours to get squared away.

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Don't lose your head!

Christian Yelich had a bit of trouble keeping his helmet on after hitting a single in the first inning against the Nationals. Miami trails 1-0 in the fourth inning. Follow live

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2015 Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs36729th
Batting Average.25215th
On Base Percentage.30424th
Slugging Percentage.37425th
Earned Run Average3.7113th
Quality Starts5910th
WHIP1.2512th
BAA.24811th

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