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MLB: Marlins at the All-Star break – TC Palm

Top performer at the plate: Dee Gordon Giancarlo Stanton might be the game’s premier slugger, but Gordon has been outstanding at the top of Miami’s lineup. Gordon leads the league with 122 hits, is second with 33 stolen bases, third with a .338 batting average, tied for fourth with four triples and tied for 16th with 46 runs scored. Source:...

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College World Series: Miami’s Heyward sees his star rising

Miami’s rising star Jacob Heyward came up big on Monday, in possibly the first hallmark of establishing his own legacy, separate from that of his brothers. Source:...

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Dwyane Wade Talks About Miami In The Past Tense, People Flip Out

This won’t be the source of any discussion. Nope, none at all. During ABC’s pre-game broadcast for Game 6 of the NBA Finals, Dwyane Wade talked in passing about a time when he “was” with the Miami Heat. Except, of course, Wade is still a member of the Miami Heat. Wade’s future with the organization has been a bit clouded thanks to ongoing contract negotiations. A recent report from Miami Herald reporter Barry Jackson says “a friend...

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Marlins’ Fernandez eyes July 2 return | Sports – KETV Home

Miami Marlins right-hander Jose Fernandez, an All-Star and the National League Rookie of the Year in 2013, announced Monday that he will make his return to the majors July 2 in a home game against the San Francisco Giants. Source:...

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Miami Marlins rout New York Yankees with 8-run first inning | FOX Sports

The Miami Marlins scored a franchise record eight first-inning runs Tuesday against former teammate Nathan Eovaldi and beat the New York Yankees 12-2 to complete a two-game sweep. Giancarlo Stanton hit a three-run homer, his 24th, which leads the majors. The Marlins totaled nine hits in the first, including seven in a row after leadoff batter Dee Gordon grounded out. Marcell Ozuna hit a 99-mph fastball for a bases-loaded single to...

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Gene Frenette: Under Kevin O’Sullivan, the UF baseball program has arrived | jacksonville.com

GAINESVILLE | When Florida baseball coach Kevin O’Sullivan guided the Gators to a 2010 College World Series appearance in his third season, he mistakenly put too much on his plate by trying to recruit at a showcase tournament before leaving for Omaha.“I was trying to juggle too much and I spread myself too thin,” said O’Sullivan. “I don’t know if I did a good enough job preparing that team [for the CWS]. I regretted that.” Source:...

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