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Sun-Sentinel
Flailing Fish: Marlins strike out 17 times in loss to Philliesto get back in the game with two runners on and one out in the seventh. But Phi
Flailing Fish: Marlins strike out 17 times in loss to Phillies
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 9 days ago
to get back in the game with two runners on and one out in the seventh. But Phillies reliever David Hernandez struck out Jeff Mathis, Derek Dietrich and Martin Prado. The tone of the night was set in the first after hits by Dietrich and Prado... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Marlins' Fernandez named NL Player of Week on 2nd anniversary of surgeryand Mattingly said, "Even his misses were barely misses." Fernandez has been q
Marlins' Fernandez named NL Player of Week on 2nd anniversary of surgery
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 10 days ago
and Mattingly said, "Even his misses were barely misses." Fernandez has been quick to credit catchers J.T. Realmuto and Jeff Mathis with helping him through the rough patches and elevate his effectiveness. When he arrived Monday at Citizens Bank... Read more
12d
The News & Observer
The Day's Best Photos |Franklin IIAP Washington Nationals' Anthony Rendon is safe at home in spite of
The Day's Best Photos |
The News & Observer / Posted 12 days ago
Franklin IIAP Washington Nationals' Anthony Rendon is safe at home in spite of the tag attempt by Miami Marlins catcher Jeff Mathis (6), on a sacrifice fly by Washington Nationals' Ryan Zimmerman during the first inning of the first baseball... Read more
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12d
NBC Miami
Sloppy Marlins Drop First Game of Doubleheaderof Christian Yelich who tallied his fifth home run of the season. Yelich would
Sloppy Marlins Drop First Game of Doubleheader
NBC Miami / Posted 12 days ago
of Christian Yelich who tallied his fifth home run of the season. Yelich would also double for the tenth time this year. Jeff Mathis and Derek Dietrich each had two-base hits as well. For Mathis, it was his second double of the year. Dietrich now... Read more
12d
Sun-Sentinel
Early walks leave Nicolino, Marlins at a loss in Game 1field, an area Giancarlo Stanton has visited often in his favorite road park.
Early walks leave Nicolino, Marlins at a loss in Game 1
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 12 days ago
field, an area Giancarlo Stanton has visited often in his favorite road park. The Marlins didn't get another hit until Jeff Mathis led off the fifth with a double. Yelich drove him in with an opposite-field double off the wall in left with two... Read more
13d
Los Angeles Times
Dodgers Dugout: It's time to send Yasiel Puig to the minorsI love the environment he has created. He’s like a friend, is always going to h
Dodgers Dugout: It's time to send Yasiel Puig to the minors
Los Angeles Times / Posted 13 days ago
I love the environment he has created. He’s like a friend, is always going to have your best interests in mind.” Catcher Jeff Mathis: “The steadiness he brings is comforting to a lot of people in here. He has been good for everybody here. He... Read more
14d
The China Post
Wei-Yin Chen takes 3rd win with career-high-tying 12 KsHe now has a 3-1 record with a 4.40 ERA for the season. "Today my slider was wo
Wei-Yin Chen takes 3rd win with career-high-tying 12 Ks
The China Post / Posted 14 days ago
He now has a 3-1 record with a 4.40 ERA for the season. "Today my slider was working pretty well, and also (catcher Jeff) Mathis behind the plate, he was helping me a lot, the way he calls the game," Chen was quoted as saying on Marlins'... Read more
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15d
News 8000
Chen's 12 strikeouts help Marlins beat Brewers, 3-2Brewers 3-2. Chen (3-1) allowed two runs in 6 1/3 innings, and the Marlins wer
Chen's 12 strikeouts help Marlins beat Brewers, 3-2
News 8000 / Posted 15 days ago
Brewers 3-2. Chen (3-1) allowed two runs in 6 1/3 innings, and the Marlins were at their best on defense. Catcher Jeff Mathis twice stopped pitches in the dirt with a runner at third in the first inning, and second baseman Derek Dietrich... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Marlins' raucous celebrations all the rage as wins pile uparound – just acting crazy. “Whatever you’re feeling, whatever you want to do.
Marlins' raucous celebrations all the rage as wins pile up
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 19 days ago
around – just acting crazy. “Whatever you’re feeling, whatever you want to do. Latin guys do their dance. [Back-up catcher Jeff] Mathis is line-dancing, I’m pretty sure. … It’s just funny when guys dance like their mask.” Johnson who signed with... Read more
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The Palm Beach Post
Miami Marlins, Don Mattingly have experience overcoming adversityof guys in here that have been through some things and I think the young guys w
Miami Marlins, Don Mattingly have experience overcoming adversity
The Palm Beach Post / Posted 23 days ago
of guys in here that have been through some things and I think the young guys will lean on them,” veteran backup catcher Jeff Mathis said. “We just need to keep moving forward. We still got four months to go and we’re playing some good baseball... Read more
25d
MLB Trade Rumors
2016-17 MLB Free Agents RumorsHundley (33) Chris Iannetta (34) — 2017 option Jonathan Lucroy (31) — $5.25MM
2016-17 MLB Free Agents Rumors
MLB Trade Rumors / Posted 25 days ago
Hundley (33) Chris Iannetta (34) — 2017 option Jonathan Lucroy (31) — $5.25MM club option with a $25K buyout Jeff Mathis (34) Dioner Navarro (33) A.J. Pierzynski (40) Wilson Ramos (29) Wilin Rosario (28) David Ross (40) Carlos... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Marlins close out homestand with 5-1 win over Nationalsthe left-field seats, scoring Ichiro Suzuki and Christian Yelich. The Marlins
Marlins close out homestand with 5-1 win over Nationals
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 1 months ago
the left-field seats, scoring Ichiro Suzuki and Christian Yelich. The Marlins (5-9) added to their lead in the second when Jeff Mathis, who led off the inning with a single to left, scored on Martin Prado's RBI single to left-center. That proved... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Marlins close out homestand with 5-1 win over Nationalsthe left-field seats, scoring Ichiro Suzuki and Christian Yelich. The Marlins
Marlins close out homestand with 5-1 win over Nationals
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 1 months ago
the left-field seats, scoring Ichiro Suzuki and Christian Yelich. The Marlins (5-9) added to their lead in the second when Jeff Mathis, who led off the inning with a single to left, scored on Martin Prado's RBI single to left-center. That proved... Read more
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