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Marlins LHP Locke to miss 1st month of season

Jeff Locke threw off a mound Saturday morning for the first time in more than a month, but the Marlins pitcher is expected to miss at least April as the regular season begins next week.

WBC was most fun Yelich had playing baseball (0:51)

Charles Moynihan ESPN Producer 

Barry Bonds on his stint as Marlins hitting coach: "I had a really good time. You are trying to fine-tune their ability. I really enjoyed my time there."

Christian Yelich's emerging value (0:53)
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8dJim Bowden

Is a 13-man pitching staff MLB's next trend?

Carrying more pitchers than position players all year might mean the Marlins ask pitchers to do more than pitch, and other teams may do likewise.

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U.S. eliminates Dominican Republic from WBC

Giancarlo Stanton hit a go-ahead homer, and the United States eliminated defending World Baseball Classic champion the Dominican Republic 6-3 Saturday night to earn a spot in the semifinals.

Jim Caple ESPN Senior Writer 

Team USA advances to the WBC semi-finals for just the second time after rallying to beat the Dominican Republic 6-3. They will play Japan, who they lost to in the 2009 semis.

Jim Caple ESPN Senior Writer 

Giancarlo Stanton belts two-run homer off Santana to give Team USA a 4-2 lead in the fourth. The U.S. fans cheering loudly.

Jim Caple ESPN Senior Writer 

Christian Yelich doubles home Ian Kinsler to tie up game 2-2 in the third.

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Prado to undergo MRI on injured hamstring

The Marlins are still waiting to learn the extent of third baseman Martin Prado's hamstring injury, including whether he'll be available for Opening Day.

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BBTN: Hill On Fernandez Latest, Stanton, More

Marlins President of Baseball Ops Mike Hill talks to Buster Olney about the latest Jose Fernandez revelations, Giancarlo Stanton's leadership, the talent on the club and more.

Mattingly gets a cinder block smashed on his chest (0:27)

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

The next step in the boating accident that killed former Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez and two others is the brewing legal battle involving the families of Eduardo Rivero and Emilio Macias against Fernandez's estate. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission's investigation concluded Thursday that Fernandez was the operator of the boat, had a blood alcohol level of .147 and "noted presence of cocaine." Fernandez violated multiple boating laws and was speeding at 65.7 miles per hour at the time of the crash. These are significant details if this case eventually goes to trial.

12dJames Walker

Fernandez was operator of boat in fatal crash

Investigation concludes that Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez was driving boat in fatal crash. Fernandez also had a .147 blood alcohol level and "noted presence" of cocaine in his system.

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Miami jury convicts 2 in Cuban smuggling case

A Miami jury on Wednesday convicted Florida sports agent Bartolo Hernandez and baseball trainer Julio Estrada on charges they smuggled Cuban baseball players to the U.S. in search of big profits.


BBTN: Indians' Hangover, Nolan Ryan, Bud Black

A conversation with Hall of Famer Nolan Ryan follows Buster Olney's chat with Jayson Stark about the hangover effect for playoff teams, Giancarlo Stanton's mindset and much more. Plus, Rockies manager Bud Black on his team's tough luck.

Will Stanton's new outlook lead to MVP season? (0:57)

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.2634th
On Base Percentage.32213th
Slugging Percentage.39427th
Earned Run Average4.0510th
Quality Starts6326th

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