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April 23, 2011 | Daily News Wire Services
Florida's Anibal Sanchez took a no-hitter into the ninth inning before giving up a broken-bat leadoff single to Colorado's Dexter Fowler, and the host Marlins beat the Rockies, 4-1, last night. Sanchez (1-1) struck out nine and allowed one unearned run as he bid for his second career no-hitter before settling for a one-hitter. He walked three, including Fowler to lead off the game. A two-out fielding error by first baseman Gaby Sanchez allowed Fowler to score. On Sanchez's 116th pitch of the night, Fowler singled to right past second baseman Omar Infante and ended the no-hitter.
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March 26, 2009 | by Paul Hagen
Manager: Fredi Gonzalez 2008 finish: 84-77, third, 7 1/2 GB In: INF Emilio Bonifacio, LHP Dan Meyer, RHP Leo Nunez, RHP Scott Proctor, RHP Timothy Wood Out: OF Luis Gonzalez, RHP Kevin Gregg, 1B Mike Jacobs, C Matt Treanor, OF Josh Willingham, C Paul Lo Duca, LHP Scott Olsen, LHP Mark Hendrickson, RHP Sergio Mitre, RHP Joe Nelson, LHP Arthur Rhodes PROJECTED LINEUP Cameron Maybin , cf, .500-0-12 John Baker, c, .299-5-32 ...
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September 29, 2010 | By Steve Elliott, Inquirer Staff Writer
Bill Buckner times two "Croquet, anyone?" That's what Atlanta Braves announcer Joe Simpson said after seeing the unbelievable double error committed by Gaby Sanchez and Dan Uggla on Monday night. The ball went through the legs of both of the Florida Marlins players on one play. With Uggla playing a very deep second in the first inning, Braves catcher Brian McCann pulled a grounder that went through the wickets of first baseman Sanchez and Uggla. The double flub allowed McCann to reach safely and base runner Martin Prado to go from first to third.
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May 21, 2012 | By Don McKee, Inquirer Columnist
Chris Perez is treading on dangerous ground. He's speaking his mind. On Saturday, the Indians' all-star closer ripped the fans of Cleveland for not supporting the team with their hard-earned dollars. The righthander told reporters, "Nobody wants to play in front of 5,000 fans. We know the weather stinks, but [other players] see that . "You had a choice of playing in St. Louis where you get 40,000 like [Carlos] Beltran chose to do, or you can come to Cleveland.
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August 6, 2010 | By DAVID MURPHY, dmurphy@phillynews.com
MIAMI - Carlos Ruiz had to wait an inning to launch the game-winner. At the plate with one out in the ninth inning of a tie game, the catcher watched the Phillies' shot at winning in regulation end with two straight outs on the basepaths. But when he finally got a chance to swing, he made it count, leading off the 10th inning with a solo home run to leftfield that lifted the Phillies to a 5-4 win that capped a series sweep over the Marlins. It was a whacky game, to say the least, one that featured blown leads by both teams, a controversial fair-or-foul call, and a save by closer Brad Lidge.
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May 8, 2010 | Daily News Wire Services
The kid sure knows how to answer a call. Starlin Castro got awakened by his first call to the majors yesterday and arrived in historic style, hitting a three-run homer in his first at-bat and driving in a record six runs during the Chicago Cubs' 14-7 victory over the Reds in Cincinnati. "The kid - what a debut!" manager Lou Piniella said. "He's got to be ecstatic. He should be. " The 20-year-old became the youngest shortstop in Cubs history when he stepped onto the field for the first time.
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September 25, 2008 | Daily News Wire Services
Randy Wolf pitched 6 2/3 strong innings, Lance Berkman hit a two-run homer and Houston beat host Cincinnati last night, 5-0, to keep the Astros' slim playoff hopes alive. Houston pulled within 3 1/2 games of the wild card with four games left, trailing New York and Milwaukee for the top spot. Wolf (12-12) allowed eight hits, struck out seven and walked two, improving to 6-2 in 12 starts since being acquired from the Padres on July 22. Cincinnati put runners in scoring position in the second, fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh innings but Wolf managed to work his way out of trouble every time.
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May 12, 2010 | Daily News Wire Services
Johnny Cueto (2-1) pitched a one-hitter for his first major league complete game, allowing only a third-inning single that went off shortstop Paul Janish's glove, and the visiting Cincinnati Reds beat the Pittsburgh Pirates, 9-0, last night for their fourth consecutive win. The Pirates' only hit was by Ronny Cedeno - and it nearly wasn't one. Janish managed to deflect Cedeno's one-out grounder into leftfield, barely missing making the play....
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April 2, 2011 | Daily News Wire Services
Police believe many fans witnessed the beating of a San Francisco Giants fan that left him critically injured after the Opening Day game at Dodger Stadium and they're asking for their help in identifying the attackers. Two men in Dodgers clothing followed three men in Giants gear as they walked to their car after Thursday night's 2-1 Dodgers victory, Sgt. Sanford Rosenberg said. He said the men yelled slurs against the Giants and began kicking and punching the men, causing one victim to suffer a head injury.
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May 21, 2012 | By Don McKee, Inquirer Columnist
Chris Perez is treading on dangerous ground. He's speaking his mind. On Saturday, the Indians' all-star closer ripped the fans of Cleveland for not supporting the team with their hard-earned dollars. The righthander told reporters, "Nobody wants to play in front of 5,000 fans. We know the weather stinks, but [other players] see that . "You had a choice of playing in St. Louis where you get 40,000 like [Carlos] Beltran chose to do, or you can come to Cleveland.
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April 9, 2012 | DAILY NEWS WIRE REPORTS
A STAR THIRD baseman most of his career, 37-year-old Scott Rolen made a big impact in a rare pinch-hitting appearance. Rolen drove in the winning run in the ninth inning with a sharp infield single that third baseman Hanley Ramirez failed to handle, lifting the Cincinnati Reds to a come-from-behind 6-5 win over the Miami Marlins. Pinch-hitting is often thought of as a niche for marginal players who can adapt to the demands of the role. Rolen, a seven-time All-Star and eight-time Gold Glove winner, looked just fine in it. "It's certainly not easy," said Rolen, now 8-for-18 as a pinch-hitter in his career.
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March 11, 2012
MIAMI - The Florida Marlins played mostly with a distinct home-field disadvantage during their 19 seasons inside a made-for-football stadium that changed names six times. And still they managed to win as many World Series as the Phillies have claimed in 129 years. Ozzie Guillen, a coach when the Marlins won it all in 2003 and now the manager of the new-look and newly named Miami Marlins, was quick to defend the accomplishments of the franchise last week as the buzz about the team's new home - Marlins Park - intensified.
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September 16, 2011 | By Ray Parrillo, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Phillies may be cruising down the highway toward the playoffs with the top down and no resistance in sight, but not all the passengers can feel the sun hitting them in the face. From the Phillies' perspective, an unsettling aspect to their 3-1 win over Florida in the first game of Thursday's split doubleheader was another shaky performance by reliever Antonio Bastardo . Bastardo entered in the eighth inning and lasted three batters before he was yanked with Marlins on first and second and one out. In his previous outing Friday in Milwaukee, Bastardo faced two batters and allowed two runs.
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September 16, 2011 | BY DAVID MURPHY, dmurphy@phillynews.com
FOR EVALUATORS of the Phillies' relief corps, Game 1 of yesterday's doubleheader presented the ultimate Rorschach test. Instead of an inkblot, you had Kyle Kendrick giving you everything you could have hoped for from a guy making his first start in 22 days, then leaving the final four innings and a one-run lead to the bullpen. What you make out of what happened next depends on your perspective. Or your psychology. Those of a certain extreme mind-set may look at the net result and see a huge positive.
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August 27, 2011 | BY MARK KRAM, kramm@phillynews.com
ON AN EVENING that was ideal for baseball - 82 degrees at game time and nary a sign of Hurricane Irene - the Phillies could not quite get there. It was a game in which they fell behind early, but staged a spirited comeback that just fell short to the Florida Marlins, 6-5, before the 191st consecutive capacity crowd at Citizens Bank Park. It was a game, too, in which they received a less than stellar performance from starting pitcher Roy Oswalt, who gave up six runs on 12 hits in 5 2/3 innings.
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August 9, 2011 | DAILY NEWS WIRE REPORTS
DAN UGGLA often wins praise for his hustle, and a short sprint helped him extend his hitting streak to 29 games last night. The slugging second baseman beat out a grounder to shortstop and subsequently scored on a three-run homer by Alex Gonzalez to help the visiting Atlanta Braves beat the slumping Florida Marlins, 8-5, last night. "Every hit counts," Uggla said. "You take the infield ones with the doubles in the gap. Hitting ain't easy. " Uggla has the longest active hitting streak in the majors, and he's tied with Rowland Office for the second-longest streak in franchise history behind Rico Carty's 31 in a row in 1970.
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July 9, 2011 | Associated Press
MIAMI - Hanley Ramirez continued his recent torrid hitting with three hits and three RBIs and Javier Vazquez pitched seven solid innings as the Florida Marlins defeated the Houston Astros, 6-3, Friday night. Florida broke a 2-2 tie and took the lead for good on Ramirez's run-scoring single in the third inning. He drove in Gaby Sanchez, who reached on a two-out double. Ramirez is hitting .448 with three home runs and 11 RBIs in July. The Marlins increased the lead to 5-2 in the fifth on Logan Morrison's bases-loaded walk and Mike Stanton's sacrifice fly. Vazquez (5-8)
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July 9, 2011 | Daily News Wire Services
Hanley Ramirez continued his recent torrid hitting with three hits and three RBI and Javier Vazquez pitched seven solid innings as the Florida Marlins defeated the visiting Houston Astros, 6-3, last night. Florida broke a 2-2 tie and took the lead for good on Ramirez's run-scoring single in the third inning. He drove in Gaby Sanchez, who reached on a two-out double. Ramirez is hitting .448 with three home runs and 11 RBI in July. The Marlins increased the lead to 5-2 in the fifth on Logan Morrison's bases-loaded walk and Mike Stanton's sacrifice fly. Vazquez (5-8)
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July 7, 2011 | By DAVID MURPHY, dmurphy@phillynews.com
MIAMI - On one hand, the Phillies were probably due for a game like the one that went down last night at Sun Life Stadium. With three rookies in the lineup, and a handful more in the bullpen, and two starters on the disabled list, you had to figure that the inexperience would rear its head at some point. But that served as little consolation after a 7-6, 10-inning loss to the Marlins in which the Phillies squandered a four-run lead with a combination of shaky relief, shaky fielding and shaky baserunning.
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