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7/26/2014 | Marlins lead Majors in successful challenges

Upon review, it is clear the Marlins have capitalized on MLB's replay system. With successful challenges in each of its last two games, Miami is now a Major League-best 16-of-20.

7/26/2014 | MLBPipeline set to unveil new Top Prospects lists

The 2014 season is more than half over, and much has happened since released its Top 100 Prospects list in January. With change being inevitable, it's time for a new set of rankings. Fans can see just how much difference a few months make when the new Top 100 is unveiled on Sunday night. prospect expert Jim Callis breaks down the top 50 players during an hour-long special at 9 p.m. ET on MLB Network and

7/26/2014 | Cosart, Koehler trending in opposite directions

Astros starter Jarred Cosart needs a blank slate -- and Saturday's game against the Marlins at Minute Maid Park might provide the perfect backdrop for him. The 24-year-old has never faced the Marlins before. Across his last three starts, he has tossed 15 2/3 innings and yielded 14 earned runs for an 8.04 ERA in July. It's been a different story for Marlins starter Tom Koehler, who has made some progress since his three-inning outing on July 7 at Arizona, where he allowed seven earned runs.

7/25/2014 | Hand, Marlins toss three-hit shutout in Houston

The Marlins have presented an opportunity, and Brad Hand is seizing the moment. The left-hander scattered three hits over a career-high 7 1/3 innings and set the tempo in the Marlins' 2-0 win over the Astros at Minute Maid Park on Friday night. Jeff Mathis provided all the support Hand would need with a two-run double.

7/25/2014 | Overturned call nixes Altuve steal, ends inning

A potential stole base by the Astros' Jose Altuve was taken off the board after the Marlins won a replay challenge Friday night.

7/25/2014 | Marlins lead near-record Draft spending

The Marlins led all teams with a franchise-record $13,112,900 in bonuses, including $6 million for No. 2 overall choice Tyler Kolek. That's the fourth-highest total in Draft history -- the Pirates established the mark with $17,005,700 in 2011 -- and the most ever under the current CBA. The White Sox ranked second this year with $10,460,600, including $6,582,000 for No. 3 pick Carlos Rodon, and also set a new franchise standard.

7/25/2014 | Marlins' trade market could hinge on Hand, Turner

As trade talks continue, the Marlins also are giving starters currently in the rotation a chance to secure spots. Brad Hand, who started on Friday, and Jacob Turner, specifically, are getting second chances after struggling in the rotation early in the year.

7/25/2014 | Realmuto up, Disco down as Marlins balance roster

Before opening an Interleague series in Houston, Miami recalled catcher J.T. Realmuto from Double-A Jacksonville and optioned right-hander Anthony DeSclafani to Triple-A New Orleans.

7/25/2014 | Marlins encouraged as Kolek's back improves

The Marlins are optimistic that Tyler Kolek's lower-back issue isn't serious. The No. 2 overall pick in the June First-Year Player Draft, Kolek is dealing with a lower back sprain, and he is on a no-throw status for about a week.

7/24/2014 | Salty steps up after Alvarez subdues Braves

Henderson Alvarez put to rest any doubts about his sore left shin Thursday night, and he once again pitched at an All-Star level. The right-hander allowed two runs in eight innings and played the role of stopper in the Marlins' 3-2 win over the Braves at Turner Field. Alvarez kept Atlanta in check, and catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia delivered the crucial hit.

7/24/2014 | Overturned call gives Miami inning-ending double play

Some fancy footwork by Garrett Jones worked in the Marlins' favor in a overturned call against the Braves in the sixth inning at Turner Field.

7/24/2014 | Keuchel seeks return to form as Astros host Marlins

Astros starter Dallas Keuchel looks to rediscover his dominant form when he faces the Marlins' Brad Hand in a battle of lefties for the opener of an Interleague series at Minute Maid Park on Friday.

7/24/2014 | No. 2 overall pick Kolek out with lower back issue

Marlins pitching prospect Tyler Kolek, the No. 2 overall pick in the 2014 First-Year Player Draft, is on a no-throw status for about a week due to lower back discomfort.

7/24/2014 | Struggling behind the plate, Salty working to improve

When it comes to his defense, Marlins catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia doesn't sugarcoat the numbers. The 29-year-old has committed 12 errors, which ties him with Cleveland's Yan Gomes for the most by any catcher in the Majors.

7/24/2014 | Competitive Balance pick could come in handy

For an organization looking to infuse young talent into its system, the Marlins came up big on Wednesday when they won the lottery to receive the first pick in the Competitive Balance Round A of the 2015 First-Year Player Draft.

7/24/2014 | Marlins could stand pat at Trade Deadline

Deals are starting to be made across the league. For now, the Marlins are staying the course. Unless something absolutely makes sense, the Marlins appear willing to go with what they have. They also are not in any rush to part with any big league pieces.

7/23/2014 | Soccer match electrifies Marlins Park crowd

A rainy afternoon gave way to clear evening skies and a partially opened roof at Marlins Park, just in time for a soccer match featuring Colombia's Atletico Nacional and France's AS Monaco on Wednesday. Monaco prevailed over Atletico, 4-2, giving itself some breathing room with a goal in the 92nd minute.

7/23/2014 | Harang aims to extend unbeaten stretch vs. Miami

A rough outing on June 18 inflated Aaron Harang's ERA to a season-worst 3.83, leading many to believe the Atlanta veteran's early-season success had finally run out. But instead, he got back on track, embarking on a five-start stretch during which he is 4-0 with a 2.12 ERA. Harang will pitch opposite Miami's Henderson Alvarez, who received a scare in his last start, exiting after 2 2/3 innings after being struck on the left shin by a comebacker.

7/23/2014 | Redmond ejected after Marlins' failed rundown

Marlins manager Mike Redmond vented his frustration at third-base umpire Alan Porter and drew an ejection in the eighth inning against the Braves at Turner Field on Wednesday night.

7/23/2014 | Marlins can't climb back for Eovaldi in Atlanta

It took a few innings on Wednesday night before Nathan Eovaldi finally found his groove. By that point, the damage was already done. Freddie Freeman belted a three-run homer and Ervin Santana yielded one run in 7 1/3 innings as the Braves beat the Marlins, 6-1, at Turner Field.

7/23/2014 | Griffey visits Atlanta, watches Stanton BP in awe

Ken Griffey Jr. certainly has seen his share of imposing sluggers. But the big league legend has never witnessed anything quite like Marlins All-Star Giancarlo Stanton. One of the greats of his era, Griffey spent quality time with Stanton at Turner Field on Wednesday.

7/23/2014 | Valdespin, Solano trying to shore up second base

The Marlins are exploring second-base options on the trade market. As the front office surveys the market, two candidates on the roster are currently making the most of their opportunities.

7/23/2014 | Cishek shows he can hold runners on base

Holding runners close on first base usually isn't Steve Cishek's highest priority. On Tuesday night, in the Marlins' 6-5 win over the Braves at Turner Field, it became one.

7/23/2014 | Competitive Balance Lottery pays out 12 Draft picks

The order of the 2015 First-Year Player Draft began to take shape Wednesday when the Competitive Balance Lottery was held at the Commissioner's Office in New York. This year, the Marlins won the lottery and will receive the first pick of Competitive Balance Round A, which is held immediately after the Draft's first round. The Marlins will be followed by the Rockies, Cardinals, Brewers, Padres and Indians.

7/22/2014 | Marlins offense boosts Turner in victory over Braves

The Marlins got multi-hit games from four players and RBIs from five as a balanced attack netted a 6-5 victory over the Braves on Tuesday night at Turner Field. Right-hander Jacob Turner benefited from the outpouring to pick up the win, although the bullpen nearly let it get away.

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