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18OctCaptured! By Robots at Churchill's Pub
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18Oct5th Annual WHERE'S WALDO? The Ultimate Wynwood Bar Crawl
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17 hours ago Top 15 moments from 2019 Marlins season—Part II
David Santiago/Miami Herald/Tribune News Service via Getty Images Reflecting on the bright spots from this rebuilding year. As the Astros, Nationals and Yankees continue to fight it out for MLB supremacy, fans of baseball’s other 27 teams are left to reflect and look forward to next year. This past season wasn’t one to remember with fondness for the Miami Marlins, but it did have its moments. The Marlins finished the 2019 campaign with a record of 57-105, the second-worst in franchise history. With low expectations, the Marlins finished with the worst record in the National League, but better than both the Baltimore Orioles and Detroit Tigers. While there is reason to believe that better days are ahead, 2019 had a few moments that kept us coming back. In what will be the second piece of a three-part series, we begin counting down the 15 best moments from the Marlins this past season. 10. Yamamoto Shines in Debut St. Louis Cardinals 0, Miami Marlins 9 June 12, 2019 After a rough start to the 2019, the Miami Marlins were looking for a spark in mid-June. That spark came in the form of pitcher Jordan Yamamoto. Yamamoto made his big-league debut at Marlins Park against the St. Louis Cardinals and was nothing short of outstanding. Yamamoto has aided by a pair of double-play balls, but went seven shutout innings, allowing just three hits and two walks while striking out five. He even had an RBI with a bunt groundout in the fifth inning. Yamamoto would finish his first season with a 4-5 record and 4.44 ERA. 9. Moran Gets First Strikeout vs. Brother Miami Marlins 10, Pittsburgh Pirates 7 Sept. 5, 2019 Up until last month, there had been plenty of match-ups between family members. But until Miami’s visit to PNC Park, two brothers had never squared off in a pitcher vs. batter match-up. Trailing 5-2 in the bottom of the fourth inning, the Marlins turned to lefty Brian Moran, who at 30 years old, was making his big-league debut. After getting Bryan Reynolds to ground out, Moran was forced to face brother and former Marlins’ first-round pick Colin Moran. The younger Moran worked the count full, but on a 3-2 pitch, Brian was able to get him looking with a breaking ball for his first major league strikeout. 8. Comeback in Throwbacks Arizona Diamondbacks 2, Miami Marlins 3 July 26, 2019 There’s something about those 1997 uniforms that brings out the best in the Marlins. On the first night of “Throwback Weekend” against the Arizona Diamondbacks, the Fish donned the uniforms of the Florida Marlins team that won the 1997 World Series. As was the case in Game 7 of the 1997 World Series against the Cleveland Indians, the Marlins entered the ninth inning down 2-1 and as was the case in 1997, the contest ended with a 3-2 win for the Marlins. This time however, the Fish didn’t need 11 innings. The Marlins loaded the bases off Arizona closer Greg Holland with no one out before Jorge Alfaro evened the game with a deep fly ball to right field to score pinch-runner Yadiel Rivera. Neil Walker was able to advance to third and go on to score the winning run after Harold Ramirez’s sacrifice fly to center field off Yoshihisa Hirano. 7. Marlins Push Across 11 Runs in Record-Breaking Fifth Miami Marlins 16, Milwaukee Brewers 0 June 4, 2019 Entering the fifth inning of the first game of a three-game set against the Milwaukee Brewers, the Marlins probably liked their chances. When that half-inning was over, there was no doubt how the night would end. Miami led 4-0 before pushing across a team-record 11 runs in the frame. The Marlins sent 15 hitters to the plate in the inning. All nine hitters in the lineup reached base during the inning and all nine plated at least one run. Garrett Cooper had a pair of singles in the frame while Harold Ramirez, starting pitcher Pablo López and Starlin Castro all had doubles. Cooper finished the night with four hits and four runs scored while becoming the first Marlin to have multiple hits in an inning in four years. 6. Cooper Grands Slam Breaks Tigers Miami Marlins 5, Detroit Tigers 2 May 23, 2019 The Marlins had just clinched their first road series win as they went for the sweep against the Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park on May 23. For eight innings, the Tigers had kept the Marlins off the board, but Miami broke through in the ninth against Detroit’s All-Star closer in Shane Greene. Neil Walker broke up the shutout with an RBI single, but with two outs, Greene walked Curtis Granderson to load the bases and set the stage for Garrett Cooper. Cooper had hit his first career home run the night before and on the second pitch he saw from Greene, Cooper blasted his first career grand slam well into the left-field seats to put Miami ahead 5-2 in what would be a series sweep.
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19 hours ago The Splash Zone 10/17/19: Ryan Fitzpatrick Will Start Against Buffalo
Photo by Mark Brown/Getty Images Welcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours. Welp, it only lasted three starts for Josh Rosen. After Brian Flores came out and said Josh Rosen would be the starter for the remainder of the season, the head coach has already made a change at quarterback. Ryan Fitzpatrick will start against his former team on Sunday as the veteran provided a much needed spark against the Redskins when he came into the game. You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below. Brian Flores: Ryan Fitzpatrick Will Start Against BillsThe veteran QB will start Sunday in Buffalo. Brian Flores Miami Dolphins: What coach Brian Flores said Wednesday before Bills game - Sports - The Palm Beach Post - West Palm Beach, FLBrian Flores says Ryan Fitzpatrick is starting against the Bills. Dolphins Defensive Line Davon Godchaux, Dolphins Defense Excited To Face Frank Gore & BillsThe defensive tackle is looking forward to the challenge of stopping the former Dolphins running back. Dolphins 2019 Season AC In The AM: Andy Cohen's 10 Greatest Dolphins GamesAndy Cohen ranks his favorite moments in Dolphins history. Phinsider News You May Have Missed Miami Dolphins News 10/16/19: Mark Walton Making The Most Of His Chances - The PhinsiderWelcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours. Around SB Nation: What Other NFL Blogs Are Discussing - The PhinsiderWeekly, we take a look around the SB Nation family of NFL blogs. Here are the news stories and analysis they are discussing.
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1 day ago Kelly Olynyk probable for Thursday game at Magic
Photo by Oscar Baldizon/NBAE via Getty Images Olynyk could make his preseason debut Thursday. Kelly Olynyk has missed the Miami Heat’s entire training camp and all their preseason games. Until now. Heat listing Kelly Olynyk (right knee bruise) as probable for tomorrow's game vs. Magic. So Olynyk could make preseason debut in Orlando.— Anthony Chiang (@Anthony_Chiang) October 16, 2019 The Miami Herald’s Anthony Chiang reported that Olynyk is probable for Thursday’s game at the Orlando Magic. The stretch four sustained a knee injury while playing for the Canadian national team in an FIBA exhibition game over the summer. The possible return for Olynyk is a good sign for the Heat. James Johnson did not travel with the team to Orlando; he was initially dismissed from the team for failing to meet conditioning requirements. Getting Olynyk some playing time before the regular season starts could help him shake off some rust after not playing in months. In Olynyk’s absence, Erik Spoelstra has started Meyers Leonard and Bam Adebayo together. Olynyk’s return could put him in the starting power forward spot and move Leonard to a backup role.
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1 day ago Phinsider Question Of The Day (W/ Live Thread, General Discussion ) 10/16/2019
Photo by Doug Murray/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images Tonight’s Phinsider Question Of The Day is what do you think of the Miami Dolphins once again switching starting quarterbacks? The team has decided to switch from the declared starter Josh Rosen after two weeks of sub par play by Ryan Fitzpatrick back to Fitz as the starter after one decent half where he nearly brought the team back to win the game. I personally am on the “Lets see what we have in Rosen side of things if you are going to go out and trade for him, otherwise what’s the point? As well as this almost nightly post serving as the Phinsider Question Of The Day post it will also serve as a live thread meaning that pretty much anything is up for discussion so long as you to follow all of the site rules. If you are, for whatever reason, not aware of or need a refresher of the sites rules please check the “library” tab under the “more” tab at the top of the front page. The page not only has all of the sites rules but also has a ton of good tips to make your blogging experience here much more enjoyable or at least more smooth.
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SHOTS Miami

311 NW 23rd St , Miami FL, 33127
$3 Bud Light
$3 Sliders
$7 Captain & Coke

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1/2 off all drinks 5pm - 10pm

American Social Brickell

690 SW 1ST CT , Miami FL, 33130
Happy Hour Mon–Fri, 4–8pm Half-price well drinks, wine and beer, plus $10 specialty cocktails.

Bougainvillea's Old Florida Tavern

7221 SW 58 Ave. , South Miami Fl, 33143
House Party Fridays - Live Cover Bands rock the living room 10-2am and DJ Mikee D on the back patio!

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