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26May2019 Memorial Day Classic
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Tomorrow at 08:00 – 04:00 pm

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25MayFour Tet + Ben UFO + Anthony Naples
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FishStripes has new update
5 hours ago Marlins-Nationals 9-inning slugfest ends in 12-10 loss for the Fish
There was at least one run scored in every inning. The Marlins may have lost last night, but the game is certainly a contender for best Marlins game of the season. The Nats and Fish went back and forth each inning. Pitching lovers, yesterday was not the game for you. Both teams combined for a total of 29 hits and 22 runs. Pablo López: 3.2 IP, 7 H, 4 ER, 1 BB, 1 K, 2 HR Kyle McGowin: 4.0 IP, 6 H, 5 ER,1 BB, 2 K, 2 HR BIG-FLY BRI. #JuntosMiami pic.twitter.com/hwHKHKUfaR— Miami Marlins (@Marlins) May 24, 2019 The Marlins were able to take an early lead in the first. Brian Anderson nailed a ball way into the left field stands for two runs. The Nationals would come right back with a home run of their own. Adam Eaton drove a ball that was middle of the plate into the stands. The Fish responded right back with three singles and a walk. López was up with the bases loaded, and singled in two runs. .@pablojoselopez helps his own cause with his first career RBI! The @Marlins jump out to a 4-1 lead!Watch the Miami Marlins live now on FOX Sports Florida and FOX Sports Go!#JuntosMiami #Pitcherswhorake #MLB pic.twitter.com/FeqPG8xLYx— FOX Sports Florida (@FOXSportsFL) May 24, 2019 López wound up running into the most trouble in the third. He gave up 6 hits, a walk, and a home run. A total of three runs were scored that inning. While López was able to finish the inning, he would not finish the next one. The Nats hitters kept the pressure on López, and he could not shut them down quick enough. Curtis Granderson would grab the lead back for the Fish with his own solo shot in the fourth. Get DECKED, ball. #JuntosMiami pic.twitter.com/fdqcF9Dwsj— Miami Marlins (@Marlins) May 25, 2019 Neither pitcher would make it past four innings. López gave up 4 earned runs, while McGowin gave up 5. The bullpens would not fare any better. The Fish gave up 8 runs in the second half of the game. Adam Conley, Nick Anderson, and Tayron Guerrero each gave up two runs. Guerrero would not even get an out before his job was done. The Marlins had the lead three different times in this one. This catch is ...GRAND, SON. pic.twitter.com/3XONOeVMBK— Miami Marlins (@Marlins) May 25, 2019 The Marlins fought hard throughout the game. The Fish and Nats were tied 8-8 going into the eighth inning, when the Marlins would take the lead one last time. Granderson started the inning with a double, followed by an Anderson single. Starlin Castro then brought Granderson home on a single to center field. Starlin Castro slaps one up the middle to give @Marlins lead! #JuntosMiami #MLB pic.twitter.com/ESgbB2OZGV— FOX Sports Florida (@FOXSportsFL) May 25, 2019 The Nationals would hit back-to-back home runs to take a commanding 12-9 lead. The Fish did not finish the game without making some noise, though. Jorge Alfaro led the ninth off with a solo shot to left center field. They were now within two runs. Miguel Rojas and Garrett Cooper both singled afterwards, but that was the extent of the damage. The Marlins finally lost their winning streak, but they did so honorably, fighting tooth and nail till the end. Saturday’s game (Sandy Alcantara vs. Patrick Corbin) begins at 4:05 p.m. ET. Marlins vs. Nationals box score (MLB.com) Fish Picks answer key Marlins Over Under Yes Nationals
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15 hours ago Pablo López helps his own cause with 2-run single
López banged a broken bat, two-run single up the middle in the second, a milestone for the young right-hander that also helped the Marlins in a close game vs. the Nationals. Working the opener of a four-game Memorial Day weekend slate on Friday night, Washington Nationals starter Kyle McGowin realized he was going up against a hot Marlins lineup. But he probably wasn’t too worried about pitching carefully to opposing starter Pablo López. In the top of the second inning, with the bases filled and zero outs, López banged a 90 MPH sinker into center for a broken-bat, two-run single. Those were the first two runs batted in of his career, and the clutch hit extended the lead from 2-1 to 4-1. Your browser does not support HTML5 video. McGowin was not the first choice to take the mound for the desperate Nats in this scenario. He replaced veteran right-hander Jeremy Hellickson, who had been placed on the 10-day IL due to a shoulder strain. López struck out in their next matchup in the top of the fourth. Still, he improved to 7-for-30 as a major league batter (.233 BA). The final line for McGowin: 4.0 IP, 6 H, 5 ER, 1 BB, 2 K, 2 HR (80 pitches). He exited with Washington trailing 5-4. Meanwhile, López didn’t fare much better, but at least he helped his own cause as the Marlins aim for a seventh straight win: Pablo Lopez was not as effective tonight compared to his previous outing Saturday versus the Mets. Gave up two home runs, one to Adam Eaton and Anthony Rendon.3.2 IP, 6 H, 4 R, 4 ER, 1 BB, 1 K, 2 HR (82 pitches, 50 strikes)5-4, Marlins, B4.@fishstripes— Brandon Liguori (@BrandonRLiguori) May 25, 2019
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16 hours ago Friday Night Random Live Thread: Victory Of The Week Vol. 352
Once again we have another work week (for most of us) in the books. That means it’s time for the Victory Of The Week post. This is where you come and tell us what your victory/accomplishment/ect. of the week is/was. Your victory can be something small that you are just happy with or something huge and life altering. This is your post so you decide what you want to share with the rest of the gang. Remember as always this is an open live thread meaning any subject is on the table outside of religion and politics per the site rules. Please try and keep your pics to a maximum of four per person in any live thread. Also, try your best to keep things as close to PG as possible as we are on the front page. So, tell us what is your victory or accomplishment for this week?
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19 hours ago Miami Police Sued After Roughing Up 63-Year-Old Army Vet for Sitting in a Park
Around 7 p.m. last December 10, Miami resident Oscar Julien-Riou — a 63-year-old Army veteran, retired nurse, and minister — was sitting in Liberty City's Alonzo Kelly Park alone with his phone in his hand. He lived across the street. He says he was minding his own business and filming as he recorded notes about his life on his cell phone when a Miami Police cruiser rolled up.

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Bulla Gastrobar (Coral Gables)

2500 Ponce de Leon Blvd , Coral Gables FL, 33134
Happy Hour Daily, 5–7pm Specialty cocktails are $6, while wine, sangria and beer are all half-price

Bougainvillea's Old Florida Tavern

7221 SW 58 Ave. , South Miami Fl, 33143
Homegrown Saturdays - Miami's BEST original bands jam in the living room 10-2am and DJ Jammin Jorge on the back patio!

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