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5/25/2016 | Short-handed outfield sparks Marlins past Rays

Cole Gillespie's RBI single in the eighth drove home the go-ahead run to lead the Marlins to a 4-3 win over the Rays on Wednesday night at Tropicana Field.

5/25/2016 | Back in Tampa area, Jose meets Smyly, Rays

Drew Smyly will look to build on his strong start on the road, while Jose Fernandez will attempt to get his first win near his old hometown when the Rays and Marlins conclude their home-and-home set on Thursday at Tropicana Field.

5/25/2016 | Stanton sits with sore side; Yelich back Friday?

Marlins right fielder Giancarlo Stanton was kept out of the lineup Wednesday at Tropicana Field with right side soreness.

5/24/2016 | Ozuna reaches safely in 31st straight game

Make it 31 games and counting for Marlins center fielder Marcell Ozuna.

5/24/2016 | Stanton's HR is latest sign he's finding groove

The explosive swing and familiar trot were back at Marlins Park. Giancarlo Stanton blasted a home run on Tuesday, and the no-doubt liner was another reminder that he is breaking out of his slide.

5/24/2016 | Dunn to begin rehab assignment at Jupiter

Marlins lefty Mike Dunn will make the first of at least a couple rehab assignment appearances for Class A Advanced Jupiter on Tuesday. The veteran setup reliever has missed the entire season due to a left forearm strain.

5/24/2016 | Andriese, Nicolino to square off in St. Petersburg

After two games in Miami, the Citrus Series shifts to Tropicana Field for the first of two games beginning Wednesday.

5/24/2016 | Ortiz, Naylor among top prospect performers Monday

Luis Ortiz, baseball's No. 69 overall prospect, made a seamless transition to Double-A as he enjoyed a stellar debut for Double-A Frisco. The Rangers' No. 4 prospect limited San Antonio to just one run in six innings, striking out six batters against one walk in a 11-1 win.

5/23/2016 | Ichiro turning back clock at age 42

Each plate appearance is reason to celebrate, and the Marlins are certainly rejoicing the resurgence of Ichiro Suzuki, the ageless 42-year-old bringing youthful enthusiasm to Miami.

5/23/2016 | Odorizzi, Koehler square off at Marlins Park

The Rays and Marlins close out a quick two-game Interleague series at Marlins Park on Tuesday at 12:10 p.m. ET before heading north to Tropicana Field for two more.

5/23/2016 | Ichiro's 4 hits energize Marlins past Rays

Ichiro Suzuki, going strong at age 42, is energizing the Marlins. The veteran outfielder had four singles, one RBI and a run scored on Monday night, and he was in the heart of the club's eighth-inning rally that lifted Miami to a 7-6 win over the Rays at Marlins Park.

5/23/2016 | Yelich used as pinch-hitting decoy vs. Rays

The Marlins remain confident Christian Yelich will be back in the lineup soon, but a start could be at least a couple of more days.

5/23/2016 | Legends set to welcome stars of the future at 2016 MLB Draft

Major League Baseball announced the annual list of club reps for the 2016 MLB Draft on Monday, and as usual it is a star-studded gathering from the past that will man the phones and help welcome the future on the first night of selections.

5/22/2016 | Rays, Marlins face off for 100th time

On Monday night, the Rays and Marlins begin four days of Interleague games with the opener of a two-game set at Marlins Park.

5/22/2016 | Scherzer quiets Marlins as Nats take series

When Max Scherzer is on his game, the Nationals are in capable hands. The ace once again was sharp, striking out eight over eight innings in an 8-2 win over Miami on Sunday afternoon at Marlins Park.

5/22/2016 | Ichiro moves into 32nd place on all-time hit list

Marlins outfielder Ichiro Suzuki in his first at-bat on Sunday followed Willie Keeler's famous motto: He hit it "where they ain't."

5/22/2016 | Back spasms continuing to hinder Yelich

Christian Yelich is still dealing with back discomfort, and the Marlins' left fielder wasn't available on Sunday for the second consecutive day. Ichiro Suzuki got the starting nod instead in the series finale with the Nationals at Marlins Park.

5/22/2016 | Candelario among top prospect performers Saturday

A look at the best performances from top prospects Saturday.

5/22/2016 | Ramos' great escape act in 9th saves Marlins

The changeup wasn't working the way Marlins closer A.J. Ramos wanted for most of the inning, but when it mattered most, it became the pitch of the night for him.

5/21/2016 | Fernandez calls Bour's decisive 2-run homer

Jose Fernandez set the tone on the mound, and he called the game-changing shot in the dugout. When things are going your way, you don't try to explain it, you let it flow.

5/21/2016 | Ichiro fills bill as Yelich sits with back spasms

Marlins left fielder Christian Yelich, who ranks among the National League leaders in several significant categories, was scratched from Saturday's game due to back spasms.

5/21/2016 | Dunn throws sim game, targets June return

Marlins reliever Mike Dunn, who has missed all of this season due to a left forearm strain, threw a simulated game on Saturday and he anticipates being reinstated perhaps as early as June 1-2.

5/21/2016 | Nats hoping Scherzer can secure series win vs. Marlins

Right-hander Max Scherzer will square off against Marlins lefty Adam Conley when the National League East rivals wrap up their three-game series on Sunday at Marlins Park.

5/21/2016 | Fernandez pins down Nats for 5th straight win

Facing the the first-place Nationals has brought out the best in Marlins ace Jose Fernandez. The 23-year-old right-hander struck out nine in six innings, and backed by Justin Bour's two-run home run and Ichiro Suzuki's four-hits, Miami held on for a 3-2 win on Saturday night at Marlins Park.

5/20/2016 | Mattingly, Bonds working closely with Giancarlo

Mired in one of the worst slumps of his career, Giancarlo Stanton got some early work in on Friday afternoon. For about 45 minutes before the team came out to stretch, the three-time All-Star took batting practice on the field, working closely with hitting coach Barry Bonds and manager Don Mattingly.

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