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44-52, 4th in NL East
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Marlins won't trade off core pieces, prez says

Core Marlins players such as Giancarlo Stanton and Christian Yelich won't be moved prior to the July 31 trade deadline, according to the team's president of baseball operations.

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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Marlins second-round draft pick Joe Dunand has had plenty of coaching and instruction during his path to pro baseball. That comes with the territory when you are Alex Rodriguez's nephew. In addition to soaking in advice from A-Rod, Dunand has learned from great coaches at some of the top amateur programs in the country (Gulliver Prep in Miami in high school and N.C. State in college). But there's also a hitting instructor in the Bronx who helped Dunand along the way. Jose Martinez, a youth coach in New York City, helped Dunand with his swing as a young teen and has helped countless other young players perfect their swing. Martinez, a former scout who runs The Art of Hitting program, is proud to see Dunand reach his goal of playing professionally. "I'm so happy for him," said Martinez, who has also worked with MLBer Pedro Alvarez.

Christina Kahrl MLB Staff Writer 

David Phelps wasn't having the same sort of big year in the Marlins bullpen that he had in 2016, but his 26% K rate and his effective blend of cutters & curves will help the Mariners cover innings 6-8 to compensate for their rotation down the stretch.

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Arenado finds sweet spot on Wednesday

Nolan Arenado not only hit three home runs in the Rockies' 18-4 win over the Padres on Wednesday, but two of them were hit over 420 feet.

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Stanton hot after losing to 'worst team' in MLB

Despite hitting his 30th homer of the season to tie Aaron Judge for the major league lead, Giancarlo Stanton was more concerned with the fact that the Marlins lost to the Phillies.

Stanton doesn't care about personal success (0:37)

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Giancarlo Stanton's first-inning home run Wednesday gave him nine this month, breaking the franchise single-season record for July home runs. He now holds the franchise single-month HR records for June, July, and August while sharing the May record with Dan Uggla.

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

With his ninth homer in 11 games, the Marlins' Giancarlo Stanton sets the franchise record for home runs in July, per ESPN Stats & Info. Because it's only July 19 and there were four off-days for the All-Star break, Stanton has ostensibly set the record in half a month. Stanton now has 30 homers, and is on pace to hit 52 this season.

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Trout among big names that went deep Tuesday

Mike Trout's 448-foot home run was not only the longest of the night, but it was also his first long ball since May 27, just before he went on the DL with a left thumb injury.

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It's only July 18th, but Giancarlo Stanton has already tied a Marlins record for the most home runs ever in a single July (8). Miguel Cabrera (2007), Dan Uggla (2010) and Stanton (2011) are the others to do it.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.2664th
On Base Percentage.32517th
Slugging Percentage.42317th
Earned Run Average4.6522nd
Quality Starts30Tied-29th

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