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Abdi_hakim

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Fish Cap: Miami Marlins 4, San Francisco Giants 6

A shaky fourth innings, booming bats from the Giants, and fundamental mistakes led to the Marlins' second straight loss against the Giants.

Fish Cap: Miami Marlins 1, Atlanta Braves 0

Still dealing with less than impressive run support, Nathan Eovaldi puts in an outstanding start to shutout the hot-hitting Atlanta Braves.

Marlins Week In Review: Starters lacking support

In another week light on games, the Marlins' bats showed little appreciation for high caliber pitching. Plus, a pitcher-friendly Plays of the Week.

Fish Cap: Miami Marlins 3, Cleveland Indians 4

Despite Jacob Turner's solid start, the Marlins fell prey to their lacking bats and some heady base theft by the Cleveland Indians.

Fish Cap: Miami Marlins 4, Pittsburgh Pirates 7

The Pirates jump on Tom Koehler from the first frame, Marlins unable to capitalize on scoring opportunities as the Pirates win 7-4.

Miami Marlins Week In Review: Drawing blanks

This week, the Miami Marlins played just three games, but in getting shut out all three outings, they showed a whole lot for fans to worry about.

Fish Cap: Miami Marlins 0, Milwaukee Brewers 6

Nathan Eovaldi has his first bad start of the season, Jonathan Lucroy tees off on the Fish, and Miami gets shut out again.

Miami Marlins Week In Review: Looking ahead

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The Miami Marlins finish off their first half of the season with two almost two months' worth of positive baseball. How will the Marlins fare in the second half?

Fish Cap: Miami Marlins 2, Washington Nationals 1

Giancarlo Stanton's late blast and Ed Lucas's walk-off turn Jose Fernandez's no-decision into a Miami Marlins win over the Washington Nationals.

Week In Review: Nolasco dealt, Fernandez dealing

In a busy week, the Marlins send one pitcher to Dodger Stadium and another to Citi Field. Deals, All-Star selections, and a defense edition of highlight plays.

Fish Cap: Miami Marlins 4, St. Louis Cardinals 5

Stanton's throwing error wastes the Marlins' power surge. Nathan Eovaldi, control issues and all, completes his longest start since returning from injury.

Week In Review: Deadlines and not-so-dead arms

In three starts, Ricky Nolasco shows ace quality and bumpy pitching. The Marlins pitchers have been uncharacteristically stingy recently.

Fish Cap: Miami Marlins 7, San Diego Padres 1

Jacob Turner goes nine strong in yet another impressive outing from the Marlins' young pitcher.

Fish Cap: Miami Marlins 1, San Francisco Giants 2

The Marlins had their starter pitch a gem, but timely hitting on the part of the Giants (and lack there of on the part of the Marlins) took this one away from Miami in the 11th inning.

Marlins Week In Review: Last hit, first pitch

Highlight plays, JP's hitting streak ends, Nathan Eovaldi returns, a Marlins pitcher gets his first major league win, and some highlights of this week in Marlins Baseball.

Fish Cap: St. Louis Cardinals 13, Miami Marlins 7

Not quite a pitching duel, the Cardinals managed to put a more crooked number on the scoreboard, winning 13-7 on Saturday against the Miami Marlins.

Miami Marlins Week in Review: Youth shining

This week: the Miami Marlins have their own crop of young stars, relievers could be on the block, other (very) early trade deadline thoughts.

Fish Cap: Miami Marlins 2, New York Mets 1

It took twenty innings, but the Marlins outlasted the Mets 2-1. The Marlins are now 7-3 against the Mets on the season.

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