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BBTN: Yelich, Samson, Gordon On Jose Fernandez

Buster Olney talks to Christian Yelich, David Samson and Dee Gordon about whether their views of Jose Fernandez changed after seeing Fernandez's toxicology report.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Ichiro tweaked his back Tuesday in a minor outfield collision during a drill, leading to a rare appearance in the trainer's room. How rare? Teammates were taking photos because they'd never seen him in there before.

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Miami Marlins con mucho talento para la campaña 2017 (1:44)
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Eduardo Perez ESPN 

The Marlins Third Basemen Martin Prado and Derek Dietrich get their work done in Jupiter, FL. Lead by infield coach Perry Hill.

Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports
6dBuster Olney

Marlins dismayed but resolute over Fernandez

The toxicology report from the Jose Fernandez boating accident changes nothing about how those closest to him on the Marlins will remember him, they say.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

A new look for Marlins infielder Miguel Rojas... ¡El nuevo estilo del venezolano!

Photo by JCS/Icon Sportswire
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Marlins prez: Multiple groups want to buy team

Speaking Friday before the Miami Marlins' first full-squad workout, team president David Samson says multiple groups are interested in purchasing the team.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

A very lean Edinson Vólquez at Marlins camp.

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Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Giancarlo Stanton headed to the batting cages at Marlins camp in Jupiter.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

'16' patches the Marlins will be wearing this season in honor of José Fernández.

AP Photo/Mike Derer
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Kushners to nix Marlins bid if Loria ambassador

The family of Charles Kushner says it will end its pursuit to purchase the Marlins if current owner Jeffrey Loria is nominated as the United States ambassador to France.

AP Photo/David J. Phillip
9dMark Saxon

Marlins face tough takeaways after losing Jose Fernandez

As they enter spring training without Jose Fernandez, Don Mattingly has a message to his young Marlins team about what they should learn from its former ace's death: "We're not bulletproof."

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Ramos, Marlins picking each other up without Fernandez (1:17)
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Marlins president plans on winning for Jose (1:20)
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Mark Saxon ESPN Staff Writer 

Don Mattingly discussed the ways in which the Miami Marlins will never be the same again after losing teammate Jose Fernandez last September. Tuesday was the team's first spring workout since Fernandez's death in a boating accident.

AP Photo/Alan Diaz
10dBradford Doolittle

Players with something to prove: Justin Bour

Unless they can find a right-handed complement at first base, the Marlins are banking on the 28-year-old lefty as their everyday starter there even though he has never homered off a southpaw pitcher.

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10dKatie Strang

Victims' suits allege Fernandez negligent in crash

Families of the two men killed with Jose Fernandez when his boat crashed into a Miami jetty are claiming that Fernandez's "negligence" was a "direct and proximate cause" of the death of both men.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs65527th
Batting Average.2634th
On Base Percentage.32213th
Slugging Percentage.39427th
Earned Run Average4.0510th
Quality Starts6326th
WHIP1.3620th
BAA.2519th

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