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Topic - Jacob Turner
For the first time in a while, Jacob Turner pitched like the pitcher the Marlins believe he can be. He even got a win for it.
Two key players are finding their way for the San Francisco Giants.
The Miami Marlins are heading home from their longest trip of the year, and it was a tough one out West with plenty of positives.
Josh Beckett wound up on the right side for the first time in a long time.
Giancarlo Stanton still amazes his Miami teammates.
The Miami Marlins were on the verge of another home victory when their comeback came up just short.
The Miami Marlins have activated utility infielder Ed Lucas from the disabled list and started him at second base against the Atlanta Braves.
Marlins right-hander Jacob Turner has been placed on the 15-day disabled list after hurting himself swinging during batting practice, and righty reliever Arquimedes Caminero has been recalled from Triple-A New Orleans.
Taking part in batting practice is simply a part of an NL pitcher's routine. In the case of Marlins right-hander Jacob Turner, it will cost him a game.
Miami Marlins right-hander Jacob Turner strained his pitching shoulder during batting practice and will miss his scheduled start Wednesday against the Washington Nationals.
Joe Nathan allowed four runs while only getting one out in the ninth inning as the Miami Marlins rallied for an 8-4 win over the Detroit Tigers on Sunday.
Jacob Turner allowed one run in four innings to help his chances of earning a spot in the Miami starting rotation, and the Marlins beat the Detroit Tigers 4-2 on Thursday.
Houston Astros left-hander Dallas Keuchel pitched so efficiently Monday that after he left the game, he went to the bullpen to get more work and threw a simulated inning.
Jordan Zimmermann has a two-hitter to go with his one-hitter and needs just one more win to get to 20. Such milestones are starting to look more and more like consolation prizes because of improbable events some 250 miles away.
Stephen Strasburg gave up four runs and four hits in six innings to help the Washington Nationals beat the Miami Marlins 6-4 on Sunday.
"I feel like I've been pitching well the last three or four times out," Turner said. "The results are the results, but I'm feeling confident out there and I feel like each time out I'm getting better."
"All I can do is go out and give it everything I have," he said. "Wins, losses, those are things I can't control."