Miami Marlins

Trevor Richards

Earned Run Average 4.39 15th
Quality Starts 32 5th
WHIP 1.33 16th
BAA .244 21st
Runs 232 30th
Batting Average .236 24th
On Base Percentage .295 27th
Slugging Percentage .348 30th
2019 NL East Standings
Atlanta 41 29 .586 W8
Philadelphia 38 31 .551 L2
New York 33 36 .478 L2
Washington 32 38 .457 L1
Miami 24 43 .358 L1
  • 2B
    Neil Walker (Quad) 10-day IL (05/31)
  • LF
    Peter O'Brien (Ribs) 10-day IL (05/11)
  • RP
    Drew Steckenrider (Elbow) 60-day IL (05/07)
  • C
    Chad Wallach (Concussion) 10-day IL (05/22)
  • RP
    Julian Fernandez (Elbow) 60-day IL (03/25)
  • 2B
    Jon Berti (Oblique) 10-day IL (05/21)
  • RP
    Riley Ferrell (Biceps) 60-day IL (03/25)

Miami Marlins News

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  • RT @japericchi: @joselnapoles @yikyquintana @ELBETOFERREIRO ganaron @LosMarlins !

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  • It is customary to touch every single person wearing the same thing as you after a win. That's real. That's facts.

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  • Ope, 'scuze us. Just flipping an M. #JuntosMiami

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  • Thought we'd try on this tie. #JuntosMiami

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    Fansided: Marlins Caleb Smith cleared to start throwing program

    The Miami Marlins got a bit of good news on Friday when it was announced that starting pitcher Caleb Smith was cleared to begin a pitching program on his way back to the Major League team.

    The news was a sigh of relief in the wake of the decision by the organization to place Opening Day starter Jose Urena on the 60-day I.L. for a lower back injury. The Marlins are 3-7 in their last 10 games and are 24-43 on the season.

    Smith is 3-4 this season with a 3.

  • @Marlins • 4h
  • 'Em out:1. Strike2. Throw

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    Fansided: The Miami Marlins need to shuffle their rotation once again

    The Miami Marlins front office decided long before the start of the 2018 MLB season this would be a franchise that would live and die by its pitching staff. While the results have been a mixed bag with a young staff that has proven at times to be better than the team's record would indicate, these young arms are still developing.

    The Marlins are 24-43 after an 11-0 loss to the Pittsburgh Pirates Friday night where change-up specialist Trevor Richards was roughed up by the very pitch that has made him a Major League starter.

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    Fansided: New Orleans Baby Cakes Weekly Report: Miami Marlins Farm Report

    When last we checked in on the New Orleans Baby Cakes, they were sporting a 34-27 record and were five games back in the hunt for a postseason berth. Not much has changed in that regard in the past eight days for the Miami Marlins Triple-A affiliate. A 3-4 record during that time, and they're still five games behind the division leading San Antonio Missions (Milwaukee Brewers). The Round Rock Express (Houston Astros) are also ahead of the Cakes in the standings, by 3.5 games. Only the Oklahoma City Dodgers (Los Angeles Dodgers) sit behind them.

    June 7th

    The Cakes opened up a four-game home series at Shrine on Airline in Metairie, Louisiana last Friday, against the Sacramento River Cats (San Francisco Giants).

  • @Marlins • 18h

    Fish Stripes: PIT 11, MIA 0; Richards struggles against slumping Pirates


    The Marlins got beat soundly in yesterday's game. The Pirates jumped on Richards in the fifth inning. Miami's offense looked real bad against one of the worse pitching teams in the league.

    The Marlins were able to get 9 hits against the Pirates. None of these base-runners ever made it past home plate. The Marlins had multiple chances to do something, most of the time it was ended with a strike out. One of the biggest moments was in bottom of the third. Jorge Alfaro was up with the bases loaded, two outs, and struck out on a pitch up in the zone.

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    CBS Miami: Marlins Scoreless In Loss To Pirates


    MIAMI (CBSMiami/AP)- The Miami Marlins failed to cross home plate on Friday night, losing 11-0 to the Pittsburgh Pirates.

    Steven Brault scattered eight hits over six innings, and the Pirates stopped a seven-game slide

    Brault (3-1) was hit on his left leg by Starlin Castro's line drive in the first, but it didn't seem to affect him very much. The left-hander struck out six and walked none. He also went 2 for 2 at the plate.

    Colin Moran drove in a career-high five runs with two singles and a homer and Bryan Reynolds had a career-best four hits for the Pirates, who got their first win since June 6 against Atlanta.

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  • In the last 3 starts, Trev's got:a .95 ERA18 Ks5 hits allowedLet's GOO. #JuntosMiami

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    Fish Stripes: Marlins vs. Pirates: Start time, how to watch, game thread and Fish Picks--June 14, 2019


    Throughout the 2019 season, Fish Stripes is your home for daily Fish Picks prop bets. The monthly points leader for June, July, etc. wins Fish Stripes merchandise prizes. The best seller in our store: Caleb "KKKKKKKaleb" Smith shirts!

    The Fish Picks leaderboard will update daily to let you know where you stand.

    Pirates Lineup

    Notes: The Marlins may be catching Josh Bell at the perfect time. One of this season's breakout stars (.320/.389/.653, 19 HR, 165 wRC+, 2.3 fWAR), he has seemingly come back down to Earth in June (.

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