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Right-hander Colin Rea left injured in the fourth inning of his first start with the Miami Marlins on Saturday after being acquired a day earlier from the San Diego Padres.
Lineup: Marlins (56-47) vs. Cardinals (55-48)
- 1. Dee Gordon, 2B (L)
- 2. Martin Prado, 3B (R)
- 3. Christian Yelich, LF (L)
- 4. Giancarlo Stanton, RF (R)
- 5. Marcell Ozuna, CF (R)
- 6. Chris Johnson, 1B (R)
- 7. Jeff Mathis, C (R)
- 8. Adeiny Hechavarria, SS (R)
- 9. Colin Rea, RHP Daily notes
San Luis masacra a Miami y deja a Ichiro esperando
La que debía ser la noche del japonés, resultó un festival de batazos de los Cardenales que castigaron con 14 hits al pitcheo de los Marlins. Leer
The Cardinals beat the Marlins on Friday night and kept Miami outfielder Ichiro Suzuki stuck at 2,998 hits for his career.
Heather Burns ESPN.com
Ichiro two hits away from 3,000.
Two to go for Ichiro
Two hits away from No. 3,000, Ichiro Suzuki is in the Marlins' starting lineup batting third against the Cardinals on Friday.
Sukuzi habla sobre su hit 3,000, Pete Rose y el retiro
Al acercarse a los 3,000 hits, el jardinero de los Marlins Ichiro Suzuki se sentó a hablar sobre Pete Rose -- demasiado defensivo -- y Lou Piniella -- demasiado afectivo. Oh, ¿y sobre otra temporada de 200 hits? Cree que puede lograrla. Leer
Four teams -- the Rangers, Orioles, Marlins and Nationals -- had scouts on hand at Chris Sale's start on Thursday, but a deal still appears unlikely.
Keith Law breaks down what adding Andrew Cashner and Colin Rea means for the Marlins' rotation; Plus a look at the Giants' deal for Eduardo Nunez.
Failure to match up on a deal for pitching with the Phillies and Rays could explain why the Marlins pushed hard to get Andrew Cashner.
Jayson Stark ESPN Senior Writer
Still think it's unlikely that Chris Sale gets dealt. But FWIW, the Rangers, Orioles, Marlins & Nationals all had scouts at his start Thursday
An off night for Jose Fernandez
The Elias Sports Bureau breaks down Fernandez's surprisingly poor performance at Marlins Park on Thursday:
- First time that Fernandez allowed two home runs in one inning of a home game
- First time that he gave up more than one home run in any start at Marlins Park
- The only other pitcher who made his MLB debut over the last 25 years and did not allow more than one home run in any of his first 37 or more home starts was the Cardinals' Matt Morris, who had a streak of 67 in a row from 1997 to 2002
Jim Bowden ESPN Senior Writer
Padres and Marlins have confirmed with me that the final deal is: Marlins get Andrew Cashner, Colin Rea, Tyler Guerrero and Padres get: Josh Naylor, Jose Castillo, Jarred Cosart and Carter Capps pending medicals/physicals.
One-run wins key for playoff teams
When it comes to contenders, the Rangers, Giants and Marlins have been the best in one-run games this season. Texas' .759 winning percentage in such contests is on pace to make history.
Starter or reserve, Ichiro gets his hits
At age 42, Ichiro Suzuki has proven this season that he's still a threat with the bat regardless of the situation he's hitting in.
A rare blip at home for Jose Fernandez
Throughout his career, Fernandez has just eight starts at Marlins Park with five innings pitched or less and three with five earned runs allowed or more. His outing against the Cardinals on Thursday falls under both those categories.
Jayson Stark ESPN Senior Writer
The #Marlins will also send RHP Jarred Cosart to the #Padres in the Andrew Cashner/Colin Rea deal, sources said.
David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer
The Marlins need rotation help, but Andrew Cashner and Colin Rea project as just minor upgrades the rest of the way. The cost is 19-year-old first baseman Josh Naylor, last year's first-round pick. A good upside play for the Padres for an impending free agent and a No. 5-type starter.
On Base Percentage.3299th
Earned Run Average3.9510th
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