MLB's Worst Teams: Reasons For HopeSome MLB teams are already looking to next season and beyond, but even their fans have something to be hopeful about.
Indians Should Look To Marlins For Potential Free-Agent ReplacementsThe Miami Marlins will not be contending any time soon following the lopsided, cost-cutting trade of Giancarlo Stanton. The Cleveland Indians will be contending for the foreseeable future.
AP Sources: Yankees Agree To Deal To Land Marlins' StantonAfter helping the New York Yankees to five World Series titles, Derek Jeter might help them win another.
Marlins Plan To Sell To Group That Includes Derek JeterThe Miami Marlins told MLB they intend to sign an agreement to sell the team to a group that includes former former Yankee Derek Jeter.
LOOK: Cat Steals The Show During Marlins-Braves GameThe Marlins put on a show and beat the Braves 8-4, but an unexpected furry guest stole some of the home team's thunder.
30 Players: Jose Urena’s Looking To Turn Corner For MarlinsThe Marlins rotation is up in the air heading into this season and a young pitcher could make an impact.
Fantasy Baseball’s Version Of The Final Countdown Is Upon You NowThere’s just one more week to go in the 2016 Major League Baseball regular season, so pay attention very closely to what’s going on in MLB this week.
Marlins Ace Jose Fernandez, 24, Dies In Boating AccidentThe Miami Marlins have announced the death of ace right-hander Jose Fernandez.
On The Indians' 9th Walk-Off Win, The Puzzle Pieces, Picking Up The Pen | Extra FramesThe Cleveland Indians picked up their ninth walk-off win of the season, scoring three runs in the bottom of the ninth to stun the Miami Marlins and sweep the three-game series, 6-5. Here are my takeaways from Sunday's game at Progressive Field. Follow me on Twitter (@TJZuppe) for more baseball analysis and insight.
Chisenhall's Single Caps 3-Run 9th As Indians Beat MarlinsLonnie Chisenhall capped a three-run rally with a two-out RBI single in the ninth inning against Fernando Rodney, leading the Cleveland Indians over the Miami Marlins 6-5 on Sunday.
On A Game-Changing Homer, The Assault On Jose Fernandez, Seven Hitless Innings | Extra FramesThe Cleveland Indians won their fifth straight game, knocking off the Miami Marlins on Saturday night, 8-3. Here are my takeaways from Saturday's game at Progressive Field. For more baseball analysis, follow me on Twitter @TJZuppe.
Indians Rough Up Jose Fernandez In 8-3 Win Over MarlinsWith Marlins ace Jose Fernandez on the mound for Miami, runs were supposed to be at a premium for Cleveland. Nobody told the Indians hitters.
Indians Notes: Corey Kluber Named AL Pitcher Of The Month For August, Yan Gomes To Continue Rehab Sunday, Coco Crisp Makes DebutCorey Kluber has been as good as any pitcher in baseball in the second half. And for the month of August, he was named the American League's best hurler.
Carlos Carrasco, Indians Beat Marlins 6-2Carlos Carrasco struck out 11 while pitching scoreless ball into the eighth inning, and the Cleveland Indians defeated the Miami Marlins 6-2 on Friday night.
Indians 6, Marlins 2: Carrasco Records 10th Career Double-Digit Strikeout GameA three-run first inning by Cleveland was more than enough support for Carlos Carrasco to settle in and stymie the Miami Marlins bats in the series opener at Progressive Field. Carrasco rebounded from a poor effort in his previous outing vs. Texas, tossing 7 1/3 scoreless innings in the Indians' 6-2 win on Friday night.