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Miami Marlins Highlights

The Nationals created an opening in the fourth inning, botching a rundown play, and the Marlins made them pay. Adeiny Hechavarria delivered a three-run triple, Giancarlo Stanton added an RBI triple, and Miami rolled to a 6-2 victory on Sunday at Marlins Park. More»

Ichiro Suzuki made history Saturday by setting the record for the most runs scored by a Japanese player. On Sunday, the Marlins gave the veteran outfielder something to remember the occasion: home plate. More»

Strong starting pitching has been the constant in the Marlins' four-game winning streak. On Saturday, it was Tom Koehler's turn to set the tempo, and the right-hander did, tossing 7 1/3 innings in Miami's 8-0 victory over the Nationals at Marlins Park. More»

After four straight foul balls, Giancarlo Stanton capped a 10-pitch at-bat with a thunderous home run to left in the eighth inning that pretty much iced the Marlins' 8-0 victory over the Nationals at Marlins Park. More»

In the eighth inning of a blowout game on Saturday, Ichiro Suzuki scored run No. 7 in the Marlins' 8-0 win over the Nationals at Marlins Park. For Ichiro, it was more than just an add-on run. It was a tally that established a piece of history, because it was the 1,968th run of the 41-year-old's professional career, the most ever by a Japanese player. More»

Tom Koehler threw 7 1/3 scoreless innings on Saturday, and he kept the momentum rolling for the Marlins. Behind the right-hander's gem, Giancarlo Stanton and Adeiny Hechavarria both went yard as Miami blanked the Nationals, 8-0, at Marlins Park. More»

An MRI revealed Marlins left fielder Christian Yelich has a bulging disk in his lower back. The 23-year-old is undergoing treatment, and remains confident he can be reinstated from the disabled list in early May. More»

Jose Fernandez's progression is reaching the point that the Marlins' ace is on the verge of facing hitters for the first time since he underwent Tommy John surgery last May 16. More»

Mat Latos did not get his first win of the season on Friday night, but he matched Washington's Jordan Zimmermann and played a big part in leading the Marlins to a 3-2 victory over the Nationals. More»

Martin Prado is proving to have a knack for getting big hits, delivering a game-winning RBI single in the bottom of the eighth of Friday's 3-2 win over the Nationals. More»

Despite reports that Mike Redmond's job is in jeopardy, it still does not make sense this early in the season with evidence the team is on the rise in the last week. More»

For the third straight game, Martin Prado delivered the biggest hit of the game with a tie-breaking RBI single in the bottom of the eighth to lift the Marlins to a 3-2 win over the Nationals on Friday night. More»

Marlins right-hander Jose Fernandez is a former Rookie of the Year and no stranger to being the center of attention, but admitted to being a little nervous before giving the keynote address at his U.S. citizenship ceremony on Friday. More»

Marlins left fielder Christian Yelich, who sat out all three games of the series at Philadelphia with back tightness, was placed on the 15-day disabled list on Friday with a lower back strain. More»

With a chance to secure a series win at Citizens Bank Park on Sunday, the Marlins needed a quality start from David Phelps. More to the point, with a bullpen that has struggled and an offense that has been a bit unlucky, Phelps needed to have a game in which he kept the Marlins close. More»

After a slow start, not to mention a rough trip to Citi Field that resulted in a four-game sweep, the Marlins desperately needed their veteran leadership to calm the state of affairs. As a team, the Marlins are still very young, which puts more of an impetus on players with significant Major League time. More»

J.T. Realmuto may well be the new full-time catcher for the Marlins. While he made his debut with the club at the age of 23 on June 5, 2014, Realmuto's recent promotion to the big leagues on April 13 could change the look of Miami's catching corps. More»

The Marlins opened their three-game series this week against the Phillies at Citizens Bank Park with manager Mike Redmond answering questions about his job. They finished it Thursday with a 9-1 victory to win the series and end a 10-game road trip with a little momentum on their side. More»

Giancarlo Stanton's homer to left field in Miami's 9-1 win Thursday, low and hot into a stiff breeze, traveled an estimated 366 feet. But Statcast tracked its exit velocity at 118.5 mph, which makes it the fastest exit velocity on any home run that Statcast has tracked this year. Also, the ball was never more than 35 feet off the ground. More»

Jarred Cosart had recovered from an early home run to Cody Asche and had retired 14 straight before he faced Ben Revere with two outs in the sixth inning of a tied game. Revere worked the count full before he hit his second triple in as many nights to put the go-ahead run on third with Chase Utley headed to the plate. More»

The Marlins hadn't caught many breaks over a five-game losing streak, so on a night they desperately needed a win, the best thing to do was create their own breaks. Considering it was his 27th birthday, who better to create the very situations the team needed than Dee Gordon? More»

The Marlins needed a victory in the worst way Wednesday night, so if the Phillies wanted to help them with a handful of errors in the field, they would not complain. More»

Which four players best represent the Miami Marlins? It's an interesting question being kicked around by Major League Baseball in Franchise Four voting, and fans will have a chance to choose which four faces best exemplify the team over its history. So far, Jeff Conine, Giancarlo Stanton, Mike Lowell and Gary Sheffield sit atop Miami's Mount Rushmore. More»

Cincinnati center fielder Billy Hamilton, Miami second baseman Dee Gordon and Angels center fielder Mike Trout are widely considered three of the main contenders for this unofficial crown, and with the advent of Statcast technology, it's easier than ever to determine who is the fleetest of foot. Recent stolen bases by the three players were dissected by Statcast and analyzed by MLB Network's Bill Ripken, and the findings were eye-opening. More»

With the Marlins down a pair of runs to the Phillies in the fourth inning of Tuesday night's 7-3 loss, right fielder Giancarlo Stanton mashed a 449-foot solo homer into the visitors' bullpen -- which is above the home bullpen -- at Citizens Bank Park. More»

Just after 4:30 p.m. ET on Tuesday, Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria walked through the visitors clubhouse at Citizens Bank Park and strolled directly to manager Mike Redmond's office. A few minutes later, general manager Dan Jennings joined the two -- as well as former Major League player Marlon Anderson -- and what was said after the door closed was kept private. More»

The Marlins optioned right-handed pitcher Jose Urena to Triple-A New Orleans on Tuesday and selected the contract of right-handed pitcher Nick Masset. More»

What caused the Marlins to struggle early on? Is Mike Redmond on the hot seat? Beat reporter Joe Frisaro answers questions from fans. More»

J.T. Realmuto was involved in a bit of everything on Sunday afternoon. The 24-year-old catcher had a single, sacrifice fly, scored on a wild pitch, and drove in another run on a fielder's choice grounder to third. 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

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Clarion Inn

·   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
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$560.00 (US$) 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

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