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2017 Schedule
77-85, 2nd in NL East
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Harper 'very shocked' by Marlins' OF dismantling (0:22)
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3hJerry Crasnick

Yelich: Fernandez death led to Miami teardown

Christian Yelich said his biggest disappointment is that Miami failed to make the playoffs or post a .500 record during his time there, and he cites the death of Jose Fernandez as the unfortunate turning point for the Marlins franchise.

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Miami-Dade sues for money from Marlins' sale

In a lawsuit released Friday, Miami-Dade County claims the county and the city of Miami were to receive a share of profits from any sale of the Miami Marlins. The suit names former owner Jeffrey Loria and the new ownership group led by Derek Jeter.

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Marlins' Straily: Glad Stanton, Yelich are gone

While Giancarlo Stanton and Christian Yelich were happy to be traded by the Miami Marlins, right-hander Dan Straily says he wants to be a cornerstone of the team's rebuilding plan.

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Marlins' Chen not expected for Opening Day

Injury-plagued left-hander Wei-Yin Chen, the Miami Marlins' highest-paid pitcher, isn't expected to be ready for Opening Day, but the team hopes he can join the rotation sometime during the season.

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6d

Marlins' Jeter OK with 'well-groomed' facial hair

Marlins CEO Derek Jeter told reporters on Tuesday that he's fine with team members sporting facial hair -- as long as it's "well-groomed." He added: "I think if you look professional, you act professional."

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Jeter: 'Good! Doubt us' (1:55)
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Jeter: Marlins 'in a good spot' as ST begins

Speaking Tuesday at Marlins Park, Derek Jeter said he was about to jump in the car and head down to spring training, even though the Miami Marlins' camp is actually up in Jupiter, 90 miles north on Interstate 95.

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Golic: 'Jeter is ruining the Marlins' (2:01)
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8d

Reports: Marlins wave away sea mascot race

Billy the Marlin remains, but Miami's four other sea mascots will swim away and wave goodbye to their midgame race, according to multiple reports.

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8d

Former NBA exec to lead Marlins' business ops

Former NBA executive Chip Bowers has been hired as president of business operations for the Miami Marlins, who are anxious to increase revenue under new CEO Derek Jeter.

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8dEnrique Rojas

Castro to try and set 'best example' for Marlins

Miami Marlins infielder Starlin Castro says he doesn't want to be the "negative part of the team" and will "try to set the best example" for his young teammates.

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10d

Mattingly 'excited' about new-look Marlins

Speaking publicly for the first time since the Marlins' offseason purge, manager Don Mattingly said Saturday during the team's Fan Fest event that he's enthused about the upcoming season.

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Jeter tells inquisitive fans Marlins will compete

Derek Jeter understands why Miami Marlins fans are unhappy with his ownership group, but he said Wednesday that big changes were needed to become a franchise that can win over the long term.

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14d

Hough on Marlins: Think they have a good idea

"I know they've made some moves that maybe the fans are not really comfortable with," former Marlins pitcher Charlie Hough said Tuesday as the team unveiled a 25th anniversary logo at Marlins Park.

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14d

Marlins fire man who plays team's mascot

The Marlins on Tuesday confirmed that it had fired John DeCicco, the man who plays the team's mascot, but Billy the Marlin will remain the team's mascot with a different person in the costume, the team said.

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18d

Realmuto loses arbitration case, to get $2.9M

J.T. Realmuto was given a $2.9 million salary Friday instead of his request for $3.5 million. Justin Bour was awarded $3.4 million instead of Miami's $3 million offer.

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When Giancarlo Stanton — whose dais seat at the NY baseball writers dinner Sun. was next to also towering new teammate Aaron Judge — accepted his NL MVP Award, he recounted the late Jose Fernandez predicting to him a 60-HR 2017 season (he hit 59) & that the then-Marlins duo might eventually become Yankees. The slugger said, "Now that I'm here, I'm going to take a little piece of him and bring it with me."

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Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs77811th
Batting Average.2673rd
On Base Percentage.33110th
Slugging Percentage.43114th
Earned Run Average4.8226th
Quality Starts54Tied-29th
WHIP1.4426th
BAA.26319th