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Miami Marlins Highlights

A month remains in the regular season, and the Marlins find themselves in a position very few outside of the organization thought would be possible. More»

Three straight games with the second-place Braves beginning Friday night will be telling if the Marlins are to remain within striking distance of the National League Wild Card. Miami's Tom Koehler draws the starting assignment for the series opener at Turner Field. In three starts against the Braves this season, Koehler is 0-1 with a 2.70 ERA. He will put that success to the test opposite Ervin Santana, who is enjoying a terrific second half. More»

In his 117th game and 431st at-bat, Adeiny Hechavarria connected on his first home run of the season Wednesday night. Naturally, the Miami shortstop was met by the mandatory "silent treatment" in the dugout. Unfortunately for the Marlins, their offense remained silent the rest of the night. Hector Santiago yielded one run in 5 2/3 innings and Mike Trout belted a homer and drove in two runs to lift the Angels to a 6-1 win over the Marlins. More»

Speculation is coming at a rapid rate, but there is one constant about Giancarlo Stanton's stance when it comes to questions about his future. The Marlins slugger is dealing in the here and now. Anything else must wait. More»

The Marlins received some encouraging news regarding reliever Bryan Morris. The hard-throwing right-hander was diagnosed with a strained right groin, and the club is hopeful he won't miss an extended period of time. More»

Growing up in Thousand Oaks, Calif., Christian Yelich regularly attended games at Dodger Stadium. But dating back to when the Marlins left fielder was 8-years-old, he had a connection to the other baseball team in Los Angeles. In his early seasons playing youth baseball, Yelich attended camps run by Angels manager Mike Scioscia. More»

Avoiding the big inning has been an issue of late for Nathan Eovaldi. It plagued the Marlins' right-hander once again on Tuesday night. The big damage off Eovaldi came in a five-run fourth inning that propelled the Angels to an 8-2 victory over the Marlins at Angel Stadium of Anaheim. More»

Feeling some discomfort in his right hip, Marlins reliever Bryan Morris was sent back to Miami on Tuesday for further evaluation. Morris has helped solidify the eighth inning, but the hard-throwing right-hander experienced some discomfort after pitching in Colorado on Saturday. More»

Anthony DeSclafani got a taste of the big leagues this season, making five starts and appearing in seven games with the Marlins. In the offseason, the 24-year-old will get an opportunity to polish up his game in the Arizona Fall League. DeSclafani is one of seven Marlins prospects heading to the AFL to play for the Salt River Rafters. More»

The Marlins on Tuesday afternoon reinstated Derek Dietrich from the 15-day disabled list and optioned the second baseman to Triple-A New Orleans. The transaction puts Dietrich in position to be a callup when MLB rosters expand on Monday. More»

Giancarlo Stanton has dominated the National League all season. On Monday night, the slugger did some damage in an American League park. Stanton blistered a three-run home run, which became the knockout blow in the Marlins' 7-1 victory over the Angels at Angel Stadium of Anaheim. More»

Christian Yelich was denied a home run in the sixth inning by mere inches on Monday night. Not even instant replay was able to give the Marlins left fielder a boost. More»

More than an Interleague series is taking place at Angel Stadium this week. The three-game set that began on Monday very well might be matching two players that will go on to win their respective league's Most Valuable Player Awards. For the first time in the regular season, Giancarlo Stanton of the Marlins and Mike Trout of the Angels were on the same field. The only other occasion they were together was at the All-Star Game at Target Field in Minnesota. More»

With Casey With McGehee hitting .247 in August entering Monday, manager Mike Redmond opted to make a change with his No. 4 hitter. Marcell Ozuna entered on a nine-game tear, batting .405 with three homers, four doubles and 11 RBIs. So in the series opener on Monday at Anaheim Stadium, Ozuna was moved to the cleanup spot for the first time all season. More»

Both starter Brad Hand and reliever Brad Penny got tagged for runs and proved to be ineffective options as the Marlins lost, 7-4, to the Rockies Sunday at Coors Field in the series finale. More»

Right-hander Steve Cishek entered Saturday having allowed five earned runs in seven August opportunities, and he left a ball in Colorado's Corey Dickerson's sweet spot to blow his fourth save Saturday. More»

Double-A Jacksonville catcher J.T. Realmuto continued his September callup campaign Saturday by finishing 1-for-4 with two walks, three RBIs and his eighth home run of the season. More»

When Marlins manager Mike Redmond saw the ball come off Justin Morneau's bat, all he could think was "this thing is over." As his brain swirled to process what seemed destined to be a walk-off single, Redmond hardly had a chance to focus on the gravity-bending play that was unfolding in front of him. But as soon as shortstop Adeiny Hechavarria came down with the grab in no-man's land, Redmond remembered who he was dealing with. More»

Following Friday's offensive flash in the pan, the Marlins had seemingly found a way to win by resuming their scrappy run-producing ways. But with one towering shot to the third deck of right field, Corey Dickerson neutralized the Marlins' two-out, ninth-inning rally. And in the 13th, Dickerson again made Miami pay for a night's worth of missed opportunities by securing a 5-4 victory with his go-ahead single. More»

On Friday, Rockies manager Walt Weiss' opening comments on the Marlins' offense went about as far as saying Giancarlo Stanton belonged in the circus. Nine innings later, Marcell Ozuna made sure Weiss included him in that high-flying act by finishing 3-for-5 with five RBIs and two runs scored. More»

For a Marlins team that had seen five of its last six games determined by one run, a visit to Coors Field couldn't have come at a better time. Miami jumped out to an early lead and never looked back, as the offense bailed out right-hander Henderson Alvarez for a change in Friday's 13-5 victory at Coors Field. More»

As a former backup catcher who spent much of his career being a bat off the bench, Marlins manager Mike Redmond can relate to Reed Johnson's struggles as well as anyone. That doesn't necessarily mean Redmond's going to insert the veteran into the starting lineup, though. More»

Three injured Marlins look to be turning a corner just in time for a late Wild Card push. In his return from the concussion he suffered after being struck by a line drive earlier this month, left-hander Dan Jennings threw two scoreless innings for Class A Advanced Jupiter on Friday. More»

Few could have envisioned the Marlins making such a dramatic turnaround, and quite frankly, some in the organization are included. In a conversation with, president David Samson spoke about the process of rebuilding the Marlins brand. More»

There are stretches where Marcell Ozuna tends to be all or nothing. With a homer in two straight games, the 23-year-old center fielder appears to be on one of his hot spells. More»

The Marlins continue their hot streak when it comes to instant replay challenges. The club benefited from a crucial call to end the sixth inning on Wednesday afternoon against the Rangers at Marlins Park. More»

Christian Yelich spent the first nine games in August batting .200 (7-for-35), but he turned it around when Miami returned home with hits in nine straight contests and six multihit games. More»

The opportunity to rise two games over .500 for the first time since June 17 escaped the Marlins on Wednesday, as they dropped the series finale to the Rangers, 5-4, at Marlins Park. Marcell Ozuna drove in two runs, including a homer in the ninth. More»

Improving the pace of games is a top priority for MLB's next Commissioner, Rob Manfred, and it is an issue Marlins president David Samson is passionate about. To grow the sport locally, nationally and internationally, Samson says, it is imperative that games speed up. More»

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Tournaments Details
 • Five games guaranteed
 • Two umpires per game
 • Age cut of Date May 1st, 2014
 • 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

Registration Fee for International

and National Teams 

$250.00/per team 

( The tournament fee must be paid after you register )

 Package #1
$540.00 (US$) per person
Hotel Comfort Inn & Suites

·   Hotel in Miami 9 days/8nights
·   Transportation roundtrip airport and parks
·   Food: Breakfast and dinner at the hotel
·   Inauguration Ceremony
            at the Miami Marlins Ballpark
·   Marlins baseball ticket
·   Price based on 4 persons per room
Package #2
$560.00 (US$) per person
Hotel Howard Johnson

·   Hotel en Howard Johnson  9 days/8 nights
·   Transportation roundtrip airport and parks
·   Food: Breakfast and dinner at the hotel
·   Inauguration Ceremony
           at the Miami Marlins Ballpark
·   Marlins baseball ticket
·   Price based on 4 persons per room

Cost for LOCAL teams: (Please enter local zip code)


Ganadores del Torneo Internacionl de Beisbol 2014

6u- Los Amigos ( Nicaragua )
7u- Los Pinoleros ( Nicaragua ) / Latinoamericana ( U.S.A )
8u- Los Pinoleros ( Nicaragua )
10u- Pr Mizuno ( Puerto Rico )
12u- Cubs ( U.S.A )
13u- Elements ( Puerto Rico )
14u- LCA Reds ( Puerto Rico )
16u- Gamewear Nationals ( U.S.A )
18u- Miami Stars ( U.S.A ) 
Felicidades a los ganadores y a todos los participantes 
Gracias por su participacion y los esperamos en el 2015 !!


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  • 2012 Opening Marlins Park Part 1
  • 2012 Opening Marlins Park Part 2
  • 2012 Games Part 1
  • 2012 Games Part 2
  • 2012 Games Part 3
  • 2012 Games Part 4
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