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Past articles by Joe:


Stephen Strasburg, Nationals beat Marlins

MIAMI -- It was more of the same the second time around from Stephen Strasburg, who set a record in the process. The hard-throwing right-hander threw six scoreless innings and struck out eight batters in the Nationals' 2-1 win over the Marlins on Tuesday night at Marlins Park. Strasburg, who shut out the Marlins, 4-0, on Aug. 30 at Nationals Park, ran his scoreless innings streak to 26, the most… → Read More


Giancarlo Stanton ties franchise homer mark

MIAMI -- A Marlins record that stood for 21 seasons has now been matched. Giancarlo Stanton connected on an opposite-field home run off right-hander German Marquez in the third inning in the Marlins' 5-3 win over the Rockies on Sunday afternoon for his 42nd of the season, matching Gary Sheffield's total in 1996. → Read More


Gio Gonzalez, Nationals beat Marlins

MIAMI -- Earlier in the day, Nationals left-hander Gio Gonzalez visited the infant daughter of the late Jose Fernandez. Gonzalez grew up in nearby Hialeah, Fla., and he and his brother became close with Miami's former ace. They attended Fernandez's funeral last September. On Monday night, on Fernandez's 25th birthday, Gonzalez flirted with history to deliver a tribute to his friend on the mound… → Read More


Marlins' Edinson Volquez no-hits D-backs

MIAMI -- When Edinson Volquez tangled with Rey Fuentes on a play at first base to open the game on Saturday, it appeared the veteran right-hander was headed for a short outing. Instead, the 33-year-old was on a collision course with destiny. Volquez collected himself and went on to make history by tossing a no-hitter in the Marlins' 3-0 victory over the D-backs at Marlins Park. The 98-pitch,… → Read More


Dallas Keuchel wins as Astros rout Marlins

MIAMI -- The weak-contact grounders didn't go Dallas Keuchel's way in the first inning, as the left-hander surrendered a couple of runs. The Astros ace's fortunes, however, turned quickly. Jake Marisnick belted a pair of two-run home runs and Brian McCann also drove in four runs, as Houston blew past the Marlins, 12-2, on Tuesday at Marlins Park. After showing some vulnerability, and a lot of… → Read More


Astros Yuli Gurriel hits grand slam vs. Fish

MIAMI -- Yuli Gurriel nearly broke up Dan Straily's no-hit bid in the fourth inning with a hard line drive that was run down in center field. An inning later, the Houston first baseman connected on his first career grand slam to power the Astros to a 7-2 victory over Miami on Monday at Marlins Park. Gurriel's slam came on a 2-1 offering from Junichi Tazawa, who got himself into a bases-loaded… → Read More


Cardinals erase deficit for 6th straight win

MIAMI -- Another four-run deficit, another comeback victory at Marlins Park. The Cardinals on Wednesday were unfazed trailing by sizeable margins early and were able to rally for the second straight night. Dexter Fowler's pinch-hit two-run triple plated Magneuris Sierra and Tommy Pham and highlighted a three-run sixth inning, and the Cardinals held on for a 7-5 win over the Marlins, extending… → Read More


Cardinals rally, win on Dexter Fowler's RBI

MIAMI -- Battling back has become common for the Cardinals, who erased a four-run deficit in the eighth inning and rallied past the Marlins, 6-5, on Tuesday night at Marlins Park. Dexter Fowler's pinch-hit RBI single off A.J. Ramos in the ninth inning scored Magneuris Sierra from second, capping the late-inning comeback to secure St. Louis' fifth straight win. The run was unearned because Ramos'… → Read More


Ivan Nova pitches complete game vs. Marlins

MIAMI -- The Marlins got to see from Ivan Nova what the 30-year-old does with pretty much everybody. The right-hander pounds the strike zone, and it was more of the same on Saturday night in the Pirates' 4-0 victory at Marlins Park. Nova went the distance, scattering three hits while striking out seven and walking none. This season, Nova has issued just one base on balls in 36 innings. → Read More


Mets' Syndergaard dominates Marlins

NEW YORK -- Noah Syndergaard demonstrated no ill effects from the blister that cut short his Opening Day start, delivering seven strong innings Sunday against the Marlins at Citi Field. And Michael Conforto showed no rust from a week spent on the bench, homering in the 5-2 victory to help the Mets avoid their first home sweep by the Marlins in nine years. Striking out nine Marlins on the night,… → Read More