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Game 37 Review- Marlins 7 Nationals 1

Nats’ Killer Martin Prado congratulates teammate Miguel Rojas after he scored one of the seven runs Miami plated against Washington in the Marlins’ victory over the Nats on Saturday evening. 319 more words

2016 Spring Training Power Rankings: 3/14/16

Introducing my yearly spring training power rankings where I will update positional and pitching battles happening in Jupiter. Rankings are based both off of stats and off of eyewitness accounts and reports, will be updated weekly throughout the remainder of camp. 2,178 more words

Miami Marlins

After Disastrous Mets Series, Marlins Take On Braves

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ATLANTA (AP) — Long eliminated from the NL playoff race, the Miami Marlins and Atlanta Braves’ offenses continue to limp along as they enter what appears to be an irrelevant final two months of the season for these clubs. 517 more words


Game Notes @ MIA (08.01) Despaigne set to take on Marlins in Weekend "Middle-Match"

Just one day after completing a phenomenal seven-run comeback against the New York Mets, the Padres once again pulled off a late victory thanks to a five-run rally in the 11th inning of the series opener on Friday. 506 more words

Ian Kennedy

Marlins Open Homestand With Series Against Cardinals

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MIAMI (CBSMiami/AP) – The Miami Marlins are hoping the homestand they begin on Tuesday goes as well as their last one. 536 more words


Off-duty officer arrested in deadly hit-and-run in New Jersey

PATERSON, N.J. — An off-duty New Jersey police officer is accused of hitting a pedestrian with his car, killing the young man, then fleeing the scene, authorities said Wednesday. 235 more words

New Jersey

Jose Urena, Paterson, NJ Police Officer Arrested In Hit-And-Run That Killed 23-Year-Old Jaquill Fields

PATERSON, N.J. (WABC) — A police officer has been arrested in a fatal hit-and-run incident in New Jersey.

At 8:30 p.m. on June 16, Jaquill Fields, 23, of Paterson was struck crossing North Fourth Street at Temple Street. 38 more words