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Miami Marlins Highlights

Jose Fernandez's presence was everywhere on Monday night, and collectively, the Marlins fed off the energy. Dee Gordon set the tone with a tearful leadoff homer that tugged at the heartstrings of everyone at Marlins Park. Gordon had four hits and Justin Bour collected three, helping the Marlins break open a big lead and hold off the Mets, 7-3, on a night they paid tribute to Fernandez, whose death on Sunday morning in a boating accident rocked the sports world. More»

An emotional and teary-eyed Dee Gordon paid tribute to Jose Fernandez in dramatic fashion during Monday night's 7-3 Marlins win over the Mets. The two-time All-Star second baseman, after taking one pitch while batting from the right side, switched back to his natural spot as a lefty hitter and two pitches later belted his first home run of the season. More»

The significance of the night outweighed the importance of one regular-season game, and that sentiment came to light at Marlins Park before the first pitch of Monday's 7-3 Marlins win over the Mets was thrown. More»

Dee Gordon was holding the bat. We know that. But the forces that swung it through the strike zone? More»

No. 16 was everywhere on Monday night. Each Marlins player had it on the back of his black uniform top. Nothing has been officially announced, but it just might be the last time we see a Marlins player wear No. 16. More»

A great tribute to a dear friend. More»

The Marlins on Monday honored pitcher Jose Fernandez, who died in a boating accident early Sunday morning, with a rousing ceremony prior to the team's series opener against the Mets at Marlins Park. The ceremony featured a moment of silence and a trumpet rendition of "Take Me Out to the Ballgame." More»

The memorial for Jose Fernandez outside Marlins Park will not vanish overnight. Nor will the pain. For manager Terry Collins' Mets, however, Tuesday's game represents another integral part of a postseason push. Noah Syndergaard, who missed his last start due to strep throat, will start opposite Tom Koehler. More»

Who do the Marlins have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Miami's Top 30 Prospects on's Prospect Watch. More»

Marlins ace Jose Fernandez, a two-time All-Star and one of the young faces of Major League Baseball, was killed early Sunday in a boating accident in Miami Beach. More»

Everything about Jose Fernandez radiated hope. Those brown eyes that had seen so much yet shined so bright. The electric arm that racked up strikeouts at a record rate. The contagious smile. The enthusiastic way he rooted for his teammates. The passion he had for his family, for his sport, for his adopted country. More»

Fans, many wearing No. 16 jerseys, gathered on the West Plaza at Marlins Park on Sunday, paying tribute to the memory of Jose Fernandez, who died in a boat crash early in the morning. More»

As one, the Marlins players and coaches stood together on Sunday mourning the death of Jose Fernandez. More»

Rest in peace. More»

Tragedy struck the baseball world early Sunday morning, when 24-year-old Marlins ace Jose Fernandez, along with two other people, died in a boating accident in Miami Beach. The Marlins organization and the rest of the Major League Baseball community were left to grieve the loss of a player with All-Star personality and talent. More»

The tragic news of Jose Fernandez's death spread quickly across the pitcher's two beloved countries, whose relations have grown closer over the past year -- the United States and Cuba. The reaction was the same: Disbelief. Sadness. More»

Jose Fernandez had talent that dazzled almost everyone. To some of the people who knew him best, though, it was the laughter and energy and happiness they'll remember forever. More»

The Miami Marlins organization is devastated by the tragic loss of Jose Fernandez. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family at this very difficult time. More»

Marlins owner Jeffrey H. Loria released the following statement on Sunday, following the tragic death of Jose Fernandez. "It is with the deepest sorrow that I, together with my family and the entire Marlins organization, mourn the tragic loss of Jose. Sadly, the brightest lights are often the ones that extinguish the fastest. Jose left us far too soon, but his memory will endure in all of us. At this difficult time, our prayers are with his mother, grandmother, family and friends." More»

The final week of the Marlins' 2016 season quickly and tragically shifted early Sunday morning following the death of ace Jose Fernandez. More»

There's still a heartbeat, albeit a faint one. The Marlins are still alive and kicking in the National League Wild Card race after snapping the Braves' seven-game win streak with a 6-4 victory on Saturday night at Marlins Park. More»

Dee Gordon flashed a glimpse of the player the Marlins had come to lean on in 2015. Last year's National League batting and stolen base champion reached base four times, stole three bases and scored twice as the Marlins took a rare 6-4 win over the Braves on Saturday night at Marlins Park. More»

All season, the Braves have presented problems to Miami. On Friday night, Adonis Garcia's two-out RBI single in the ninth inning lifted Atlanta to a 3-2 comeback win and pushed the Marlins closer to National League Wild Card elimination. More»

The Marlins on Friday honored two of their top prospects, as right-hander Luis Castillo and third baseman Brian Anderson were selected as the organization's Pitcher of the Year and Player of the Year, respectively. More»

If Marlins manager Don Mattingly feels like he has been repeating himself, it's because he has. On Friday, it was a new day, but in many ways, the same story. More»

It's a small sample size, but the way Justin Nicolino has pitched out of the bullpen this month has the Marlins wondering if the left-hander is best suited to remain a starter or transition into a reliever. More»

There was little doubt the ball would leave the park on Thursday. The question was: Where would it land? J.T. Realmuto put a charge into a Josh Collmenter's cut fastball in the seventh inning, and he set a career high for home runs in a season. More»

he Braves continue to play for more than pride. The way they've heated up, they're spoiling the postseason plans for a couple of National League East rivals. Matt Kemp belted two home runs and Josh Collmenter gave up two runs in seven innings on Thursday night in Atlanta's 6-3 win over Miami at Marlins Park. More»

Nice hands, Justise. More»

Will he actually do it? More»

Ballots for the Gold Glove Awards went to the Marlins' coaching staff on Thursday, a day after shortstop Adeiny Hechavarria gave a reminder that he is once again worthy of being in the mix for the top defensive honor. More»

Two days after being designated for assignment, Bryan Morris is rejoining the Marlins' organiztion, at least for now, as the 29-year-old reliever was outrighted to Triple-A New Orleans on Thursday. More»

Washington's offense broke out in Wednesday night's 8-3 victory over the Marlins at Marlins Park, including a three-run homer from Ryan Zimmerman and a solo blast from Trea Turner, to back a strong start from right-hander Max Scherzer, who won No. 18. More»

A power boost by Christian Yelich and Derek Dietrich in the seventh provided some hope, but the damage done early was too much to overcome as the Marlins fell to the Nationals, 8-3, on Wednesday night at Marlins Park. More»

Before stepping to the plate in the sixth inning on Tuesday night, Giancarlo Stanton had a brief conversation with manager Don Mattingly. In a scoreless game, the three-time All-Star right fielder was informed he would be coming out of the game after his at-bat. More»

The Miami Marlins claimed right-hander Odrisamer Despaigne off waivers from the Baltimore Orioles and designated infielder Robert Andino for assignment, the team announced Thursday. More»

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Tournaments Details
 • Five games guaranteed
 • Two umpires per game
 • Age cut of Date May 1st, 2017
 • Baseballs are included
 • Opening Ceremony at the Miami Marlins
 • Trophies for 1st and 2nd place
 • Cooler is provided for games
 • Based on good weather conditions

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$300.00/per team
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 Package #1

$568.00 ($US)  per person

  1. Hotel 3* in Miami 8 days / 7 nights
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  3. Food: breakfast and dinner at the hotel
  4. Inauguration ceremony at the Miami Marlins Ballpark
  5. Marlins baseball game ticket
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$598.00 ($US)  per person

  1. Hotel 4* in Miami 8 days / 7 nights
  2. Transp. roundtrip Miami Airport / parks
  3. Food: breakfast and dinner at the hotel
  4. Inauguration ceremony at the Miami Marlins Ballpark
  5. Marlins baseball game ticket
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$639.00 ($US)  per person

  1. Hotel 5* in Miami 8 days / 7 nights
  2. Transp. roundtrip Miami Airport / parks
  3. Food: breakfast and dinner at the hotel
  4. Inauguration ceremony at the Miami Marlins Ballpark
  5. Marlins baseball game ticket
Price based on 4 persons per room

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$568.00 ($US)  per person

  1. Hotel 3* in Miami 8 days / 7 nights
  2. Transp. roundtrip Miami Airport / parks
  3. Food: breakfast and dinner at the hotel
  4. Inauguration ceremony at the Miami Marlins Ballpark
  5. Marlins baseball game ticket
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