2016 Miami Marlins News
The Miami Marlins went 1-2 against the Mets in their most recent three game series, which started on the 22. After losing the first game 5-3, the Marlins won the second game 7-2. Giancarlo Stanton had a 441-foot homer, as well as four hits. Jose Fernandez was on the mount and snagged the win, to bring his record to 26-1 at home. The win drew the Marlines to 1.5 games ahead of New York for the NL Wild Card spot. However, the next night the Marlins found themselves shut out, dropping their lead to just a half game. They also lost against the Phillies on the 25. They play twice more, and then the Marlins host the Cardinals starting on the 28. Tickets are available for $9 and up.
The Miami Marlins swept the Reds in their latest three game series. After winning the first two games, the Marlines closed out the series with a 7-3 victory over the Reds. Giancarlo Stanton had his 20th homer during the game, which also brought in Martin Prado. Adeiny Hechavarria, J.T. Realmuto and Christian Yelich all had RBI singles to help the Marlins take the win over the Reds. After the All Star break, the Marlins head to St. Louis to play the Cardinals for a three game series starting on July 15. You can still get your tickets to catch all the action in person for the second half of the season, with prices starting at $12.
The Miami Marlins went 3-1 against the Cubs in their latest four game series. The first game was close, but the Marlins were able to get two runs in the bottom of the inning to win the game. The next night was another close one, and this time it went to the Cubs. The Marlins came back to win in the third game, and then dominated the fourth for a 6-1 win. Unfortunately, they could not carry the momentum with them when they lost to the Tigers in the first of a two game series. They two teams play again on the 29, and you can still get tickets for $8 and up.
Wednesday was a big night for the Miami Marlins, despite their ultimate 6-3 loss to San Diego. Ichiro Suzuki has been on course all season to break Pete Rose’s hit record, and he finally did so with two hits in the game. The 42-year-old slugger has hit a whopping 4,257 hits in his professional career, but Rose isn’t happy with the news, stating that he doesn’t believe Suzuki’s hits in Japan should count toward the total. Controversy aside, there’s no doubt Suzuki is a great player and has earned his spot in the MLB Hall of Fame. The Marlins certainly hope that the hits keep coming—they’ll take on the Rockies in a four-game series this weekend.
The Miami Marlins just cannot seem to get any steam going. On the eve of a lengthy road trip against the Tampa Bay Rays and Atlanta Braves, they were unable to get in a final home victory against the visiting Rays. Although the Marlins were able to fight their way back from a 3-0 deficit in the sixth inning, the effort just wasn’t enough. Miami ultimately lost the match at home 4-3. They are sure to need all the support they get when they return from their road trip, so be at Marlins Park on Monday, May 30 when they play the Pittsburgh Pirates. Tickets are available for $3 and up.
The Miami Marlins have started to cool off in recent games, adding three losses to bring their record down to 17-14. Yesterday was especially painful for the Marlins, who are currently at home facing the Milwaukee Brewers. Although Miami was up 2-1 in the bottom of the third inning, they couldn’t hold back the Brewers any longer. Milwaukee went on an epic scoring spree in the fourth, sixth, and ninth inning to win the game handily 10-2. The home crowd was left stunned. Come find out if the Marlins can rally for tonight’s final matchup against the Brewers. Tickets are still available at prices starting as low as just $3.
Last night was an epic occasion for the Miami Marlins, who have been struggling to get any momentum going in the 2016 MLB season. Not only did they face the formidable Los Angeles Dodges, but they also did so in hostile territory at Dodger Stadium. The Marlins struck first in the top of the fourth inning with a single run, however the Dodgers managed to answer with two runs of their own in the bottom of the fourth. Although Miami may have felt defeated in that moment, they managed to score two more runs in the fifth and six innings and ultimately upset the home team. Tickets to their next home game on May 3 against the Diamondbacks are $3.
The Miami Marlins ended their Spring Training games with three cancelled games, two wins and a loss against the Cardinals on March 30. They have headed home and host the New York Yankees in a pair of exhibition games on April 1 and 2. Then, they host the Tiers in their home opener on April 5 as the official start of the season begins. After two games with the Tigers, the Marlins head to Washington to play the Nationals for a three game series starting on April 7. You can still get tickets for all the Marlins' games so that you can see the action in person. Prices to the home opener start at $17.
The wait is almost over for fans of the Miami Marlins. With the home opener on April 5th, there is less than three weeks remaining before the official season starts again. You can attend the home opener and cheer the Marlins on to a great season for just $18. There is no need to wait that long, however. If you just need to scratch your Miami Marlins itch, be sure to get tickets for a preseason game, currently happening nearly every day. Up next, the Marlins will be hosting the Detroit Tiger, who will also be their opponents in the home opener. Tickets for the March 19th matchup are available starting at just $37.
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