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2016 Schedule
65-60, 2nd in NL East
Cain drives in lone run to propel Royals (0:19)

Lineup: Marlins (65-59) vs. Royals (64-60)

  • 1. Dee Gordon, 2B (L)
  • 2. Martin Prado, 3B (R)
  • 3. Christian Yelich, LF (L)
  • 4. Marcell Ozuna, CF (R)
  • 5. J.T. Realmuto, C (R)
  • 6. Ichiro Suzuki, RF (L)
  • 7. Xavier Scruggs, 1B (R)
  • 8. Adeiny Hechavarria, SS (R)
  • 9. Andrew Cashner, RHP
  • Daily lineups

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Christian Yelich on bench for Team USA?

Yelich makes the cut, but Giancarlo Stanton is nowhere to be found on David Schoenfield's ideal roster. That's because it's safe to assume that Yelich is the better bet to stay healthy over the next four years. 2020 U.S. Olympic dream team

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Is Stanton baseball's best power hitter?

Some would say Giancarlo Stanton settled that debate with his performance in the Home Run Derby this year. But, for good measure, Keith Law offers his opinion. Best hitting/speed tools in MLB (Insider)

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Marlins hold steady in Power Rankings

The Marlins swept the Pirates over the weekend, but it wasn't enough for them to leapfrog Pittsburgh in our rankings. Miami missed out on Carlos Gomez, but several other potential outfield options are still out there. Week 20 Power Rankings

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Yelich feels at home in Pittsburgh

With a solo shot on Sunday, Christian Yelich has hit five home runs in just 47 career at-bats at PNC Park, the Elias Sports Bureau notes. Yelich is averaging one home run every 56.6 at-bats in all other ballparks in his career.

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No matter the team, Miggy gets it done

Miguel Cabrera, who reached 1,000 RBIs with the Tigers on Thursday and had 523 RBIs for the Marlins, is now one of seven players in MLB history to drive in 500 runs for one team and 1,000 for another, the Elias Sports Bureau reports. The others:

  • Jimmie Foxx (Athletics/Red Sox)
  • Frank Robinson (Reds/Orioles)
  • Barry Bonds (Giants/Pirates)
  • Ken Griffey Jr. (Mariners/Reds)
  • Rafael Palmeiro (Rangers/Orioles)
  • Alex Rodriguez (Yankees/Mariners)

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Fernandez joins ranks of strikeout elite

Jose Fernandez is the second-fastest pitcher in major league history to reach 200 strikeouts in a season (139 2/3 IP), the Elias Sports Bureau notes. Randy Johnson got there the quickest, in 130 2/3 innings in 2001.

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Teixeira not interested in joining Marlins

With Miami believed to be in the market for a first baseman, Mark Teixeira made it clear that he wouldn't waive his no-trade clause to play there. "It's not something that I think would benefit me or the Yankees," he said. "So no, I'm staying put." New York Post

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.2703rd
On Base Percentage.3296th
Slugging Percentage.40717th
Earned Run Average3.959th
Quality Starts53Tied-21st

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