(9/27/2007) Marlins rookie Daniel Barone remained winless in six starts but left with the score 4-all Wednesday. Barone has an ERA of 8.53 in six starts, and his ERA in 10 games as a reliever is 1.15.
Barone gets one more start
(9/26/2007) RHP Daniel Barone (1-3) will start Wednesday for Florida against the Chicago Cubs.
Barone lifted after 4 1/3 innings
(9/19/2007) With one out in the first inning Wednesday, Braves SP Edgar Renteria lined a homer to center off Marlins SP Daniel Barone. Chipper Jones followed with a walk, and Mark Teixeira hit a two-run homer to right for a 3-0 lead. The Braves knocked Barone out of the game with three straight singles in the fifth. Barone took the loss after allowing seven hits and four runs in 4 1/3 innings. He walked one and struck out one.
Marlins to pitch Barone on Wed.
(9/19/2007) Manager Fredi Gonzalez favors keeping RHP Daniel Barone in the rotation and he will start Wednesday. After allowing Andruw Jones' 25th homer in relief Monday, Barone was hit in the leg by John Smoltz's single and left after pitching the fifth. Barone is 1-2 with a 5.01 ERA in 13 games, including four starts. If Barone is unable to pitch, Gonzalez said he didn't have another immediate option in mind.
Barone likely won't start
(9/17/2007) Manager Fredi Gonzalez is leaning toward LHP Chris Seddon to make the start Tuesday in Atlanta. Gonzalez said it came down to Seddon and RHP Daniel Barone.
Barone goes to bullpen
(8/30/2007) RHP Byung-Hyun Kim will return to the rotation and start Saturday against Philadelphia, manager Fredi Gonzalez said. Kim (7-6, 5.44 ERA) was waived by the Marlins this month, then re-signed with them as a free agent Saturday. Rookie RHP Daniel Barone (0-2, 8.31) will move to the bullpen.
Barone has worst MLB start
(8/26/2007) Catcher Ryan Jorgensen's first grand slam helped 29-year-old Tom Shearn win his long-awaited major league debut Sunday, and the Cincinnati Reds beat the Florida Marlins 9-3 for their sixth straight victory. In a matchup of two pitchers called up this month, age won out. The 24-year-old Barone made his debut on Aug. 10. His fourth start was by far the worst of the bunch -- three innings, nine runs, three home runs and eight. He walked teo and struck out three. Barone's tough afternoon helped his rookie counterpart get the win.
Barone does well in no-decision
(8/22/2007) Rookie pitcher Daniel Barone befuddled the Cardinals for 5 2/3 innings with the help of three double-play balls, allowing one run and seven hits Tuesday. His biggest out early was getting Albert Pujols on an inning-ending double play in the third, but Pujols made amends in his next at-bat. "He can hit it far, there's no doubt about that," Barone said. "That was a missile out of here."
Barone takes first MLB loss
(8/16/2007) Marlins rookie Daniel Barone made his second major league start and needed 89 pitches to get through four innings during Thursday's loss to the Diamondbacks. He allowed five runs (four earned) and seven hits. He walked two and struck out two.
Barone almost wins MLB debut
(8/10/2007) Daniel Barone had a chance to win his major league debut for Florida, taking a 2-0 lead into the fifth inning Friday against the Mets before bad defense and a bad pitch did him in on an unseasonably damp, chilly night at Shea Stadium. Moises Alou's two-out infield single in the fifth chased Barone, called up from Triple-A Albuquerque earlier in the day. The 24-year-old right-hander from California shook hands with his new teammates in the clubhouse about 2 1/2 hours before the game and had a vocal cheering section behind the plate. He allowed two earned runs and five hits with four walks and four strikeouts in 4 2/3 innings.
Marlins call up Barone
(8/10/2007)The Sports Xchange notes: RHP Daniel Barone was called up from Triple-A Albuquerque to start Friday in New York. RHP Mauro Zarate was sent back to Albuquerque after allowing three runs (two earned) in 1 1/3 innings Tuesday during his lone major league appearance.