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September 6, 1992 | Associated Press
Larry Bowa, Philadelphia Phillies third-base coach, will interview for the manager's job of the expansion Florida Marlins, according to a report. Carl Barger, the Marlins' president, said Bowa is among 12 candidates he was considering, The Philadelphia Inquirer reported. The Atlanta Braves took reliever Alejandro Pena off the 15-day disabled list Saturday. Pena was placed on the DL retroactive to Aug. 21 after suffering tendinitis in his right elbow.
June 11, 1994
Cal State Fullerton pitcher Mike Parisi said Friday he had signed with the Florida Marlins, who drafted him in the sixth round of the amateur draft. Parisi said he will receive a $69,000 signing bonus, $20,000 for college expenses and $7,500 in incentives based on how well he does in the minor leagues. He said will leave June 19 to play in Elmira, N.Y., in the New York-Penn rookie league.
August 19, 2009 | Associated Press
Ricky Nolasco struck out 10 in his second complete game of the season and the Florida Marlins had 10 hits for the 14th consecutive game in a 6-2 win Tuesday night over the Houston Astros. Dan Uggla, Jorge Cantu and Jeremy Hermida hit solo homers for the Marlins, who've won nine of 11. Florida's streak of 10-hit games is the longest since the 1937 St. Louis Browns reached the total in 15 straight, according to the Elias Sports Bureau. Nolasco (9-8) retired 23 in a row after Carlos Lee's two-run homer in the first inning.
October 19, 1997 | Associated Press
A Florida Marlins fan was killed by an automated commuter train Friday while trying to hang a "Go Marlins" banner from the elevated tracks. The victim and another man, both 23, had jumped a fence and walked down the tracks to hang a sign that would have been visible to drivers on Interstate 395. A Metromover car struck and killed one of the men at 3:45 a.m. The electrified cars, which run quietly on rubber wheels, are directed from a control room and have no crew.
June 12, 1997 | From Associated Press
Still basking in Kevin Brown's no-hitter against San Francisco, the Florida Marlins were concerned their next game might be a letdown. "It can happen," Marlins outfielder Bobby Bonilla said. But it didn't. The Marlins rapped 13 hits to beat the Giants 6-3 Wednesday, a day after Brown's gem. The Marlins got four runs in the first inning, including Bonilla's three-run homer. Bonilla finished with four RBIs. "It was big for us to get the four," he said.
May 8, 2009 | Associated Press
Jair Jurrjens gave up three hits in seven innings Thursday to help the Atlanta Braves complete a two-game sweep of the slumping Florida Marlins, 4-2. Casey Kotchman homered and hit an RBI double for Atlanta. David Ross had a two-run homer. Jurrjens (3-2) gave up two runs, both on homers by Hanley Ramirez. Marlins right-hander Anibal Sanchez (1-4) gave up four runs in 4 2/3 innings before leaving the game because of discomfort in his pitching shoulder.
August 15, 2009 | Associated Press
Josh Johnson gave up one hit and had a career-high 11 strikeouts in 7 1/3 innings, and the Florida Marlins tightened the NL wild-card race by beating the Colorado Rockies, 6-5, on Friday night. The Marlins won for the seventh time in eight games and climbed to within two games of the Rockies, who lead the wild-card race. Johnson (12-2) had not given up a hit until Garrett Atkins homered on a 3-2 pitch with two out in the seventh. Chris Iannetta hit a three-run homer in the ninth before Leo Nunez retired pinch-hitter Todd Helton on a fly ball for his 13th save in 17 chances.
October 3, 2009 | Associated Press
Rick VandenHurk overcame Ryan Howard's early home run and the Florida Marlins once again beat the NL East champion Philadelphia Phillies, 7-2, Friday night. Cameron Maybin had four hits, scored three times and drove in a run, and Jorge Cantu drove in three runs. The Marlins have won six of the last seven against the Phillies (92-68), who remained a game behind the Dodgers in the race for best record in the National League and potential home-field advantage throughout the NL playoffs.
August 30, 2008 | From the Associated Press
MIAMI -- The New York Mets were one strike from defeat before Carlos Beltran came through with the big hit that had eluded them all night. Beltran hit a grand slam with two out in the ninth inning against Kevin Gregg, giving the Mets a 5-4 win over the Florida Marlins. Before Beltran's homer, the Mets were one for seven with runners in scoring position. Trailing, 2-1, they left the bases loaded in the seventh and stranded two in the eighth. "We didn't score early, but we scored when the team needed it the most," Beltran said.
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