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2020 Schedule
7-2, 1st in NL East
Alonso's dinger highlights Mets win over Marlins (1:19)

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

After tonight's win in New York, the 7-1 Miami Marlins currently rank sixth in the majors with a 3.09 team ERA. Don Mattingly has used 25 different pitchers to cover 67 innings. The team innings leader is Sandy Alcantara with 6 2/3.

Cervelli salutes crowd after 3-run HR ... who aren't there (0:39)

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Former Yankees pitcher Stephen Tarpley on the mound for the Marlins in the bottom of the 5th inning. Marlins have a 4-1 lead over the Mets. The Marlins, atop the NL East with a 6-1 record, are looking for their 7th consecutive win.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Former Olympic speed skater Eddy Alvarez, a silver medalist at the 2014 Winter Olympics, is tonight's second baseman for the Marlins, and still looking for his first MLB hit. The amazing 30-year-old rookie has gone 0-for-3 tonight.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Humberto Mejía, who is the first Marlins pitcher to debut as a starter without pitching above High-A since the late José Fernández, struck out the first three Mets he faced.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

The grounds crew is in position at Citi Field. There's a forecast of rain (though it's supposed to be light) until about 9pm.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

The NL East leader Miami Marlins at Citi Field tonight. Humberto Albert Mejía, 23, a native of Panama, will make his Major League debut tonight; has never pitched above Class A-Advanced.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

MLB-MLBPA release latest results of COVID-19 testing in the monitoring phase: Number of monitoring samples collected/tested this past week was 13,043; 13 of these samples, which is 0.1%, were new positives -- 7 players and 6 staff members -- 4 of the last 7 days had no new positives.


Marlins beat Orioles 8-7 to complete stunning 4-game sweep

Jonathan Villar hit a first-pitch leadoff homer to spark a robust offensive performance by the Miami Marlins, who beat the Baltimore Orioles 8-7 Thursday night to complete a startling four-game sweep and make Don Mattingly the winningest manager in...

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Phillies, Marlins set for 7-game flurry in 5 days

The Philadelphia Phillies and Miami Marlins will play seven times in five days as part of Major League Baseball's reconfigured schedule released Thursday to account for 21 coronavirus-caused postponements in the first two weeks of the season.

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

While forwarding MLB's press release announcing a slew of scheduling changes, the Miami PR staff added this note: "Please note, the Miami Marlins will now conclude the 2020 regular season with 27 games over the final 23 days, which includes no off-days and four double headers in a 10-day span." ... Brutal, but that's the 2020 season for you.


BBTN: Reds GM Nick Krall on Nicholas Castellanos, a day in the life of a GM, evaluating trades this season

Reds general manager Nick Krall joins Buster to discuss meeting Eddie Murray as a bat boy with the A’s, the process of signing Nicholas Castellanos as a free agent, a day in the life of a Major League Baseball GM, how he’s evaluating trades given the current circumstances and his assessment of the team at this early point in the season (20:40). Dave Schoenfield also hops on to “talk about the Rockies,” ponder whether closers are as necessary as we think, marvel at the excellence of Dustin May and declare the predictability of Mike Trout hitting a home run after returning from paternity leave (7:53). Later, Hembo stops by to give his review of the extra-innings rule and the three-batter minimum for pitchers (34:20).


Triumphant return for retooled Marlins, who beat Orioles 4-0

After enduring one final delay in their effort to return from an eight-day, coronavirus-induced hiatus, the Miami Marlins found enough power and pitching within their vastly overhauled roster to beat the Baltimore Orioles 4-0 Tuesday night.

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Makeshift Marlins 4-0 winners in return to field

The start of the Marlins' first game in nine days was delayed 40 minutes -- but the wait proved worth it, as Miami found enough power and pitching within its vastly overhauled roster to beat the Orioles 4-0 on Tuesday night.


PTI: Should Pelicans keep pushing Zion?

Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon weigh in on if the Pelicans should keep pushing Zion Williamson, how many more days will we have left for baseball, if Aaron Rodgers is at peace with his place on the Packers and more.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.23315th
On Base Percentage.31016th
Slugging Percentage.41213th
Earned Run Average3.606th
Quality Starts1Tied-23rd