9/29/2014 | Changing clubhouse culture put Marlins on cusp in '14
Change the culture and ultimately you can change the results. The Marlins steadfastly stuck to that message, first in assembling their 2014 squad and secondly in how they went about their business on a daily basis this year.
9/29/2014 | With superstars returning, '15 looks bright in Miami
"Wait till next year" is far from an empty saying for the Marlins as they set their sights on 2015. From upper management down to the players, there is legitimate optimism that the club is on the cusp of contending.
9/29/2014 | Stanton wins first NL homer crown in Marlins history
Missing the final 17 games did not cost Giancarlo Stanton a chance to become the first player in Marlins history to win the National League home run crown. Stanton's 37 home runs held up by a sizable margin, as he ended up pacing the league. Anthony Rizzo of the Cubs, who homered on Sunday, finished second with 32.
9/28/2014 | Alvarez views thrilling no-hitter from different perspective
Marlins right-hander Henderson Alvarez found himself part of history in the final game of the season again, but this time, it was in reverse. Nearly a year after throwing a no-hitter, Alvarez took the loss in Jordan Zimmermann's 1-0 no-no at Nationals Park.
9/28/2014 | Marlins extend manager Redmond through 2017
The Marlins are striving for franchise stability, and a major step was made in that direction on Sunday when the organization announced it has extended manager Mike Redmond's contract through 2017.
9/28/2014 | Stanton could begin contract talks soon into offseason
Before Spring Training, Giancarlo Stanton made it clear to the Marlins that he didn't want to talk about a contract extension during the season. With the offseason beginning on Monday, early discussions could begin in a matter of weeks.
9/28/2014 | Marlins hire two pro scouts to 'beef up' department
The Marlins have made two new additions to their scouting department, hiring David Keller and Dominic Viola to work on their pro staff.
9/28/2014 | This time, Marlins on wrong side of last-day history
Fate came full circle for Henderson Alvarez and the Marlins on Sunday afternoon. This time, Alvarez was on the losing end of a season-finale no-hitter. Jordan Zimmermann etched his place in MLB history by tossing a final game no-hitter in Washington's 1-0 victory over the Marlins in front of 35,085 fans at Nationals Park.
9/27/2014 | Eovaldi closes year with seven strong in loss
It was the same pitching matchup as six days ago, and unfortunately for the Marlins and right-hander Nathan Eovaldi on Saturday, the results were agonizingly similar. Eovaldi was impressive, giving up two runs in seven innings, but paired against Stephen Strasburg, it wasn't enough. Strasburg scattered two hits and struck out seven in six innings, as Washington beat Miami, 5-1, at Nationals Park.
9/27/2014 | Samson aims to end playoff drought, re-sign Stanton
Miami has gone 11 seasons without a playoff appearance, which is too long according to team president David Samson. To reach the next level, the organization is focused on retaining All-Star Giancarlo Stanton and its core of young talent.
9/27/2014 | Nats tab Zimmermann for pre-playoffs test
The Nationals will send Jordan Zimmermann to the hill on Sunday, hoping to see a pitcher who's ready for the postseason after he was hit with a comebacker last weekend. The Marlins will counter with Henderson Alvarez, who no-hit the Tigers in Miami's regular-season finale last year.
9/27/2014 | Top-seeded Nats tune up for playoffs vs. Marlins
Having clinched the NL's top seed for the playoffs, the Nationals will start Stephen Strasburg, who has a 14-inning scoreless streak, against Nathan Eovaldi and the Marlins on Saturday.
9/26/2014 | Prospects drive rout as Marlins split doubleheader
J.T. Realmuto drove in four runs and Enrique Hernandez delivered his first career grand slam as Miami rolled to a 15-7 win over the Nationals, salvaging a split after being blanked, 4-0, in the first game.
9/26/2014 | Cosart struggles with location in Game 1 loss
With Jarred Cosart on the mound, the Marlins have become accustomed to a couple of things: The 24-year-old typically commands the strike zone and keeps the ball in the park. In Game 1 on Friday afternoon at Nationals Park, the right-hander struggled in both areas. Cosart walked a career-high eight and Anthony Rendon belted a home run in Washington's 4-0 victory over Miami.
9/26/2014 | Cishek calls Jeter's final NY heroics 'remarkable'
From 30,000 feet in the air, Steve Cishek and a number of his Marlins teammates couldn't help but root on Derek Jeter. The Marlins were in flight to Washington on Thursday night when Jeter went out in grand style at Yankee Stadium.
9/26/2014 | Fruits of '12 trade developing into core pieces for Miami
The fruits of one of the most controversial trades in recent history are starting to flourish for the Marlins. Two seasons later, several core pieces are now in place in Miami thanks to the 2012 deal with Toronto.
9/25/2014 | Young Marlins stating their case for 2015
Throughout the final homestand of the year, the Marlins have gotten a good glimpse of the way their future could shape up. From top prospect Andrew Heaney throwing three scoreless innings of relief, to first baseman Justin Bour and outfielder Enrique Hernandez making a handful of incredible defensive plays, Miami should have plenty to consider when spring rolls in.
9/25/2014 | Marlins rally to cap winning season at Marlins Park
There's something about Marlins Park that has lent itself to exciting games this year, and Miami was able to cap off its first winning season at its home stadium with a come-from-behind 6-4 victory.
9/24/2014 | Replay confirms out call at third base in Miami
The Phillies lost an instant replay challenge in the eighth inning of Wednesday night's 2-1 win at Marlins Park.
9/24/2014 | Marlins hand out team awards; Stanton named club's MVP
The Marlins' 2014 campaign is a handful of days away from being over, but awards season is just now getting underway. The Miami chapter of the Baseball Writers' Association of America recognized several Marlins players for their contributions this year before Wednesday's game against the Phillies.
9/24/2014 | Marlins tab prospect Heaney for start vs. Nats
Before calling it a season, the Marlins are giving their top prospect, Andrew Heaney, one final start. The team announced Wednesday that they are pitching the left-hander on Friday in the second game of a doubleheader at Washington.
9/24/2014 | Marlins call on Koehler in final home game of season
The curtain comes down on Miami's home season on Thursday in the finale against the Phillies when Marlins starter Tom Koehler goes for his 10th win. Philadelphia counters with rookie David Buchanan.
9/24/2014 | Defense lends a Hand, but Phils prevail
The Marlins haven't been able to figure out Kyle Kendrick throughout the years. Wednesday night was no different, as Miami dropped a 2-1 duel to the Phillies with the roof open at Marlins Park.
9/23/2014 | Miami snaps skid behind Alvarez's dominance
With his team mired in a slump, Henderson Alvarez showcased his All-Star form on Tuesday night. It was certainly welcomed by a scuffling Miami squad, eager to end its four-game losing streak. Alvarez threw 7 2/3 scoreless innings, setting the tone in the Marlins' 2-0 victory over the Phillies at Marlins Park.
9/23/2014 | Ozuna's return unlikely, final decision forthcoming
The Marlins aren't counting on the return of outfielder Marcell Ozuna, who sustained a high right ankle sprain in Sunday's 2-1 loss to the Nationals, before the end of the season. But they will reevaluate his injury before making a final decision.
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