Miami Marlins

3rd NL East | 67-66
  • Batting Avg
    .268 AVG
  • Runs
    548 R
  • Earned Runs Avg
    3.89 ERA
  • Home Runs Allowed
    120 HR
  • SNY

    In case you missed it on Tuesday, presented by Citi

    Seth Lugo allowed two runs in six innings and the Mets hit three home runs as they beat the Marlins, 7-4, on Tuesday night at Citi FIeld. The Cardinals beat the Brewers, so the Mets remain three losses back of the second Wild Card. Steven Matz will have his start skipped on Thursday due to continued shoulder discomfort Read more Neil Walker is dealing with a tingling sensation in his back, but will try to play through it Read more Logan Verrett was recalled, with Rafael Montero optioned to Triple-A Las Vegas Read more The Mets and Las Vegas extended their Player Development program through 2018 Read more What's on Tap for Wednesday, Aug. 31 The Mets (68-64) continiue their four-game

  • What’s on Tap: Previewing Tuesday’s action
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    What’s on Tap: Previewing Tuesday’s action

    Rich Hill made his long-awaited Dodgers debut last Wednesday, out-dueling Giants starter Johnny Cueto. The lefty hurled six shutout innings, yielding only five hits (all singles) with no walks and three strikeouts. Of the 81 pitches he threw, a whopping 32 (39.5 percent) were curves compared to 41 fastballs. That’s been the trend for Hill over his career, spanning parts of 12 seasons: highly reliant on the curve. It’s worked out well since resurrecting his career last year with the Red Sox and continuing it this season before the Athletics sent him along with outfielder Josh Reddick to the Dodgers on August 1. As we’ve noted in this space several times, the Dodgers have dealt with more than their

  • And That Happened: Monday’s scores and highlights
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    And That Happened: Monday’s scores and highlights

    Here are the scores. Here are the highlights: Indians 1, Twins 0: Tied at zero for nine innings and then, in the tenth, the Indians use a bunt single, a single, a fielder’s choice and then a final, walkoff single by Jason Kipnis to send the Twins to their 11th straight loss. The win was fun and stuff, but Cleveland has scored one run or less in seven of its last eight games and that’s kinda concerning. Blue Jays 5, Orioles 1: Stop me if you’ve heard this one, but Josh Donaldson homered. So did Jose Bautista. Toronto keeps a two-game lead over the Red Sox, who also won, for the division lead, while Baltimore falls four games back. It’s getting a bit scary for the Orioles, who have lost four of