Miami Marlins

Jordan Yamamoto

Pitching
Earned Run Average 4.65 18th
Quality Starts 48 Tied-8th
WHIP 1.34 16th
BAA .242 6th
Batting
Runs 456 29th
Batting Average .240 28th
On Base Percentage .296 29th
Slugging Percentage .365 30th
2019 NL East Standings
TEAM W L PCT STRK
Atlanta 77 52 .597 W5
Washington 71 57 .555 W3
New York 67 60 .528 W5
Philadelphia 66 60 .524 W2
Miami 45 81 .357 L6
Injuries
  • SS
    Miguel Rojas (Hamstring) 10-day IL (08/07)
  • SP
    Jose Urena (Back) 60-day IL (06/09)
  • RP
    Tayron Guerrero (Finger) 10-day IL (08/09)
  • SS
    JT Riddle (Forearm) 10-day IL (07/18)
  • RP
    Ryne Stanek (Hip) 10-day IL (07/20)
  • RP
    Drew Steckenrider (Elbow) 60-day IL (05/07)
  • LF
    Cesar Puello (Hip) 10-day IL (08/05)
  • C
    Chad Wallach (Concussion) 60-day IL (05/22)
  • SP
    Pablo Lopez (Shoulder) 10-day IL (06/10)
  • RP
    Julian Fernandez (Elbow) 60-day IL (03/25)

Miami Marlins News

  • @Marlins • 14m
  • SOOOOOOARIN' FLYYYIIINNNN'THERE'S NOT A STARL-IN HEAVEN THAT HE CAN'T REACH https://t.co/657UA1CI3e

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  • @Marlins • 42m
  • RUNS BATTED IN??????????????????????MORE LIKEWalks Batted in. https://t.co/H5xLMvf5q2

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  • @Marlins • 48m
  • OOPS.Got a little white-out on your lead. https://t.co/8PetRFr9bH

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  • @Marlins • 2h
  • .@diaz_isan.3-RUN BOMB.TIE. BALLGAME, B A Y B E E E. https://t.co/F2SXujLDwk

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  • @Marlins • 2h
  • Stormtroopers playing baseball: https://t.co/MWuwBvLhuK

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  • @Marlins • 2h
  • RT @LosMarlins: @diaz_isan #JuntosMiami https://t.co/cOcTr6FGNn

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  • @Marlins • 3h
  • Diddy's White Party ain't ready for the 'Lins. https://t.co/s15xsb0VJh

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  • @Marlins • 8h

    Fish Stripes: Recalibrating expectations for Lewis Brinson

    My favorite Lewis Brinson Marlins moment happened on Sept. 11, 2018. Tie game, top of the fourth inning, NL Cy Young award frontrunner Jacob deGrom on the mound. deGrom is ahead in the count 0-2, one strike away from escaping a jam. He tries to throw a 97 mile-per-hour fastball in, but misfires it belt-high and over the plate. Brinson clobbers it.

    That's a three-run homer in many major league ballparks; Citi Field makes him settle for a two-run double instead.

    I was encouraged.

    My favorite Lewis Brinson Marlins moment happened on Sept. 11, 2018. Tie game, top of the fourth inning, NL Cy Young award frontrunner Jacob deGrom on the mound. deGrom is ahead in the count 0-2, one strike away from escaping a jam. He tries to throw a 97 mile-per-hour fastball in, but misfires it belt-high and over the plate. Brinson clobbers it.

    That's a three-run homer in many major league ballparks; Citi Field makes him settle for a two-run double instead.

    I was encouraged.

  • @Marlins • 14h

    Fansided: Miami Marlins Legacy Series: Best Ever Third Basemen

    We've got 27 seasons of major league history with the Florida / Miami Marlins, under one name or another. During that time, 73 players have at one time or another held down the fort at the hottest corner in baseball, third base.

    What we've gathered here for your reading pleasure today is the 10 most prolific third basemen to have played with the Miami Marlins. There have been a lot of players to have played multiple positions with the team, and some of them appear in this list. What we're focusing on is the amount of games logged at the position exclusively.

    We've got 27 seasons of major league history with the Florida / Miami Marlins, under one name or another. During that time, 73 players have at one time or another held down the fort at the hottest corner in baseball, third base.

    What we've gathered here for your reading pleasure today is the 10 most prolific third basemen to have played with the Miami Marlins. There have been a lot of players to have played multiple positions with the team, and some of them appear in this list. What we're focusing on is the amount of games logged at the position exclusively.

  • @Marlins • 22h

    CBS Miami: Braves Beat Marlins Again

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    ATLANTA (CBSMiami/AP) - The Atlanta Braves won their fifth straight game, finishing off the Miami Marlins 3-2 on Thursday night.

    Braves' Ronald Acuna Jr. hit an RBI single with two outs in the ninth inning to help his team over Miami.

    Freddie Freeman hit a tying homer in the eighth and the Braves sent Miami to its 12th road loss in a row, the longest streak in the majors this year.

    The NL East-leading Braves went 15-4 against the Marlins this year.

    Adeiny Hechavarria opened the Atlanta ninth with a double and later scored on Acuna's single off Ryne Stanek (0-3).

    ATLANTA (CBSMiami/AP) - The Atlanta Braves won their fifth straight game, finishing off the Miami Marlins 3-2 on Thursday night.

    Braves' Ronald Acuna Jr. hit an RBI single with two outs in the ninth inning to help his team over Miami.

    Freddie Freeman hit a tying homer in the eighth and the Braves sent Miami to its 12th road loss in a row, the longest streak in the majors this year.

    The NL East-leading Braves went 15-4 against the Marlins this year.

    Adeiny Hechavarria opened the Atlanta ninth with a double and later scored on Acuna's single off Ryne Stanek (0-3).

  • @Marlins • 1d
  • STARLIN CASTS ONE.'Lins lead. #JuntosMiami https://t.co/TQH7ET4FEZ

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    Fansided: The Marlins will need new clubhouse leaders in 2020

    It doesn't always happen this way. A rookie with plenty of potential comes along and veterans help show them how to be a professional baseball player. The Miami Marlins are counting on Isan Diaz to become a future star at second base. Manager Don Mattingly is counting on veterans in the clubhouse to aid his growth as a complete player.

    Diaz has been the hottest topic in the Marlins minor league system this season, pushing through and owning pitchers in the Pacific Coast League. Writers like myself putting our words on websites, begging the question of when the move to the main roster would take place and watching Diaz hit a home run against Jacob deGrom in his first game as a Major Leaguer while his father was being interviewed.

    It doesn't always happen this way. A rookie with plenty of potential comes along and veterans help show them how to be a professional baseball player. The Miami Marlins are counting on Isan Diaz to become a future star at second base. Manager Don Mattingly is counting on veterans in the clubhouse to aid his growth as a complete player.

    Diaz has been the hottest topic in the Marlins minor league system this season, pushing through and owning pitchers in the Pacific Coast League. Writers like myself putting our words on websites, begging the question of when the move to the main roster would take place and watching Diaz hit a home run against Jacob deGrom in his first game as a Major Leaguer while his father was being interviewed.

  • @Marlins • 1d

    Fansided: SI Ranks Miami Marlins as Third Most Hopeless Franchise

    The Miami Marlins ranked third in the MLB, ahead of the also obviously rebuilding Kansas City Royals and the Detroit Tigers. When listing out the reasons why the Marlins are hopeless, the author (credited simply as "SI Staff") leaned heavily on the team's history of fire sales.

    The author highlights the Christian Yelich and Giancarlo Stanton deals as particular examples of egregiousness. Jeter and company are accused in the piece of giving them away for "essentially nothing." Here's that passage:

    once again gestures broadly at the Marlins' history and forcefully at the decision by Derek Jeter to trade Giancarlo Stanton for essentially nothing--the start of a teardown that has yet to bear any substantial major league fruit

    The article goes on to stress that even though the major league roster is light on major league level talent, that the minors are much improved with an "average farm system ranking" of sixth.

    The Miami Marlins ranked third in the MLB, ahead of the also obviously rebuilding Kansas City Royals and the Detroit Tigers. When listing out the reasons why the Marlins are hopeless, the author (credited simply as "SI Staff") leaned heavily on the team's history of fire sales.

    The author highlights the Christian Yelich and Giancarlo Stanton deals as particular examples of egregiousness. Jeter and company are accused in the piece of giving them away for "essentially nothing." Here's that passage:

    once again gestures broadly at the Marlins' history and forcefully at the decision by Derek Jeter to trade Giancarlo Stanton for essentially nothing--the start of a teardown that has yet to bear any substantial major league fruit

    The article goes on to stress that even though the major league roster is light on major league level talent, that the minors are much improved with an "average farm system ranking" of sixth.

  • @Marlins • 1d
  • #PlayersWeekend starts tomorrow at @MarlinsPark. Heres the rundown! https://t.co/SPRM6NwUCF

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  • @Marlins • 1d
  • Your Miggy Ro & Jos bobblehead need a hype man.#JuntosMiami https://t.co/aAmYa4IO3O

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