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2016 Schedule
12-12, 4th in NL East
Carter goes deep twice against Marlins (0:51)
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Stanton ripped Saturday's longest HR

Giancarlo Stanton hit the longest homer of the day on Saturday (460 feet). Kevin Pillar had the second longest home run (435 feet), followed by Mitch Moreland (432 feet).

Lineup: Marlins (12-11) at Brewers (8-15)

  • 1. Ichiro Suzuki, LF (L)
  • 2. Martin Prado, 3B (R)
  • 3. Derek Dietrich, 2B (L)
  • 4. Giancarlo Stanton, RF (R)
  • 5. Justin Bour, 1B (L)
  • 6. Marcell Ozuna, CF (R)
  • 7. J.T. Realmuto, C (R)
  • 8. Adeiny Hechavarria, SS (R)
  • 9. Tom Koehler, RHP (R)
  • Daily notes

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Dee Gordon suspendido 80 partidos por dopaje

Enrique Rojas analiza la suspensión de Dee Gordon por dopaje, indicando que esto podría ser una señal de que los beneficios sobrepasan los riesgos a la hora de usar sustancias para mejorar el rendimiento. Mirar


Marlins' Conley pulled in 8th with no-hit bid

Marlins lefty Adam Conley threw no-hit ball for 7 2/3 innings before being pulled by manager Don Mattingly after 116 pitches. Miami's bullpen wound up holding off the Brewers for a 6-3 win.


Marlins' no-hit bid ends

Adam Conley got through 7 2/3 innings without allowing a hit, but was then pulled, and the bullpen did not finish the no-no when Jonathan Lucroy singled with one out in the 9th. Follow live


Marlins no-hit bid through 8

Adam Conley threw 7 2/3, 116 pitches and did not allow a hit. Jose Urena then came in and a batter reached on Urena's error, but no hit was given. Marlins have a 5-0 lead over Brewers. Follow live


Conley leaves game; allowed 0 hits

Adam Conley threw 7 2/3 innings, allowed 0 hits and walked 4, but was pulled after throwing 116 pitches. The bullpen will look for a combined no-hitter. Follow live

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Adam Conley has no-hit bid going

The Marlins pitcher has not allowed a hit through 7 innings against the Brewers. Milwaukee has a 5-0 lead. Follow live

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Ichiro climbs MLB hits list, gets 500th stolen base

Ichiro Suzuki passed Frank Robinson for 33rd on the all-time hits list Friday at Milwaukee, where he picked up his 2,944th major league hit and got his 500th stolen base in the majors.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said that in the wake of Dee Gordon's positive test for performance-enhancing substances the team asked questions but found there is no avenue for protesting the results of a four-game series against the Marlins. Gordon, who had appealed a positive test, had a major impact in the Marlins' sweep at Dodger Stadium this week.

2B Dee Gordon suspended 80 games (1:30)
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Gordon's BA steadily improved each year

Dee Gordon's batting average got better every year, improving from .228 in 2012 to .333 in 2015. MLB announced on Friday that the second baseman has been suspended 80 games without pay, effective immediately, for violating the league's performance-enhancing drug policy.

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Five things we've learned from Dee Gordon's suspension

The suspension of Dee Gordon, who weighs all of 170 pounds and already cashed in with a $50 million contract, shows why it's time to forget everything you thought you knew about PEDs in baseball.

Stephen A.: MLB needs to scare players away from PEDs (1:56)

Eric Karabell ESPN Senior Writer 

Fantasy owners should not look to drop Dee Gordon. He's still an impactful player and he can produce key stats the final two months. Don't let your anger for what he did affect judgment. And add Jarrod Dyson for stolen bases. Quickly.

Jim Bowden ESPN Senior Writer 

My thoughts on the Dee Gordon suspension: 1. I want to know what Dee Gordon knowingly took that made him ingest unknowingly PED's so someone else doesn't make same mistake. 2. 80-game suspension should be increased to one year because why have him back if he then can't play in post-season. 3. Players should be out on Administrative leave once they test positive until appeal process is done just like Domestic Violence policy.

Jerry Crasnick ESPN Senior Writer 

The Chris Colabello and Dee Gordon suspensions have ramped up debate on whether the current MLB penalty structure is enough of a deterrent to potential PED users. Recent developments will also spur discussion on whether teams should be stuck with the tab on multi-million dollar deals for players who break the rules. It's a volatile and contentious topic that can only add to the complexity of the ongoing MLB labor talks.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.2773rd
On Base Percentage.3387th
Slugging Percentage.42111th
Earned Run Average4.3721st
Quality Starts10Tied-19th

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