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15 Dan Haren SP
Height/Weight: 6-5/215 | Birthdate: 9/17/1980 | Birthplace: Monterey Park, CA | Bats/Throws: R/R | Team: Miami | College: Pepperdine | MLB Experience: 13 | Salary: $13,000,000 | Owned/Started%: 42/27 | Average Draft Position: 9999
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Dan Haren suffers loss for Marlins


by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com
(4/21/2015) Marlins starter Dan Haren suffered his first loss of the season on Tuesday. 

Haren allowed four runs on four hits over six innings, dropping to 1-1 on the year. He walked three and struck out seven, while allowing two home runs. 

"I made a couple mistakes and the few I made I didn't get away with, that's for sure," Haren said, per the AP.

Haren threw 62 strikes in 97 pitches. His next start is scheduled for Sunday, against Washington and Gio Gonzalez. 


Dan Haren collects first win as a Marlin


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(4/15/2015) Dan Haren collected his first win in a Marlins uniform on Wednesday against Atlanta.

Haren (1-0) tossed 4 2/3 no-hit innings to start the game before surrendering a single to center to Andrelton Simmons in the fifth. He served up solo home runs to Cameron Maybin and Kelly Johnson in the sixth and seventh innings, respectively. He was charged with two earned runs on three hits and two walks while striking out five over seven innings of a 6-2 victory. Of his 102 pitches, 68 were strikes.

Haren has allowed three earned runs through his first 13 innings of work this season. He will make his next start Tuesday at Philadelphia. He went 0-1 with a 2.25 ERA in two starts last season against the Phillies.


Marlins P Dan Haren pitches six strong innings in win over Rays


by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com
(4/10/2015) Marlins pitcher Dan Haren only gave up one run in six innings during Friday night's 10-9 win over the Rays. 

Haren gave up just four hits and struck out six batters. He didn't record a walk. The lone score he gave up came on a solo home run from Kevin Kiermaier in the fourth inning. Haren only faced 20 batters during his start. 

Haren received a no-decision in his start. 

"Hopefully that's the hardest one we have to get,'' he said. ''We can win a few a little easier than that. Maybe it's tough getting the first one. Everyone was pressing a little bit and it definitely was good to come out on the right side of that because that would have really stunk not winning that one."

Haren's next expected start will be on April 15 against the Braves. 


Marlins change rotation plans to begin season


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(4/1/2015) Prior to Wednesday's spring game against the Nationals, Marlins manager Mike Redmond indicated he was likely going to keep the rotation alignment of Henderson Alvarez, Jarred Cosart, Mat Latos, Tom Koehler and Dan Haren in place to open the season.

Well, even with Cosart throwing six scoreless innings Wednesday in his return from a blister on his throwing hand, Redmond still opted to tweak the rotation.

Alvarez will still start Opening Day against the Braves, but he will now be followed by Latos, Koehler, Haren and Cosart. The first three pitchers will face the Braves, while Haren and Cosart will pitch against the Rays.


Marlins' Redmond not expecting rotation order to change


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(4/1/2015) Marlins manager Mike Redmond said Wednesday he is anticipating the rotation order to remain the same, per The Miami Herald. Henderson Alvarez will start Opening Day, and he will be followed by Jarred Cosart, Mat Latos, Tom Koehler and Dan Haren.

"(Wednesday) with Cosart throwing it's another big step, making sure his [blistered middle] finger gets through the grind of a game healthy," Redmond said. "I'm anticipating if everything stays fine with him this [order in the rotation] pretty much is what it is. But we'll know more after he goes out and pitches. I'm anticipating him being fine."


Marlins' Dan Haren struggles in final Grapefruit League start


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(3/30/2015) Marlins starting pitcher Dan Haren struggled in his final Grapefruit League start Monday against the Mets. The veteran right-handed pitcher allowed seven runs on six hits and one walk during a 7-1 loss. He struck out four in 5 1/3 innings.

Haren (1-2) matched zeroes with Rafael Montero until Lucas Duda broke a scoreless game with a two-run homer in the bottom of the fourth inning. 

The Mets then added five more runs in the sixth inning on a three-run double from Duda and a two-run homer from Michael Cuddyer.

Haren, who came into the game with a 1.93 ERA, saw his ERA rise to 4.66 in five spring starts. He has 14 strikeouts and three walks in 19 1/3 innings.


Marlins' rotation likely set, Henderson Alvarez likely to pitch opener


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(3/23/2015) Marlins manager Mike Redmond strongly indicated Monday that the team's rotation is set, and though he did not make a formal announcement, Henderson Alvarez is expected to pitch Opening Day, MLB.com reports.

Alvarez will likely be followed in order by Jarred Cosart, Mat Latos, Dan Haren and Tom Koehler.

"I'd say we're probably set with those five guys, but I would never say 100 percent that we're set, because you never know what will happen," Redmond said.

Alvarez, Cosart and Koehler have struggled this spring while Haren and Latos have pitched well, but Redmond indicated he's not overly concerned with spring numbers.

"Part of spring training is not only building up your arm strength and your pitches," Redmond said, "it's working on things you're trying to sharpen up, whether it be Cosart working on his changeup, or guys working on secondary pitches they're trying to lock in for the season. I don't get overly excited about spring training outings. I look more at how they're executing pitches, whether they are keeping the ball down. We've missed up in the zone probably more than we have all spring, the last couple of starts for guys."


Dan Haren happy with Marlins, sets aside retirement plans


by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com
(2/20/2015) RHP Dan Haren reported to spring training with the Marlins on Friday and put to rest any talk of retirement. 

The Dodgers traded Haren to the Marlins in December, and Haren was unhappy with the deal. The 34-year-old starting pitcher threatened to retire instead of reporting to the Marlins.

Speaking to the media on Friday, Haren called the trade news a "shock". He considered retirement but, after time, decided to continue his career. 

"I think a lot of things were probably overblown," Haren said. "I never really said anything directly to anyone, to media at all. A lot of it was just reports. I wanted to make sure I was going to be 100 percent committed, into it. I didn’t want to put any less effort. Once I was committed in the offseason into putting in the work, I was ready to go."

Haren spoke to manager Mike Redmond after arriving in camp and declared himself "committed" to the Marlins. "I'm happy to be here," Haren said.




GM: Dan Haren 'looking forward to being a Miami Marlin'


by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst
(2/8/2015) Marlins pitcher Dan Haren, who had requested a trade to a West Coast club, "is preparing for spring training and he is looking forward to being a Miami Marlin," general manager Dan Jennings told MLB Network Radio. Jennings said he based his comment off a conversation he had with Haren.

Haren went 13-11 with a 4.02 ERA in 32 starts with the Dodgers last year.


Marlins not receiving interest for pitcher Dan Haren


by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com
(1/21/2015) Despite requesting a trade to a West Coast team, the Marlins have not received any offers for pitcher Dan Haren, reports the Miami Herald.

The Marlins are not calling teams to gauge their interest in Haren, but would be open if a team offered them a respectable deal.

"Our expectation is he will be in spring training and be ready to be one of five and help this club where it wants to go until October," Michael Hill said, president of baseball operations for the Marlins. "He's made it clear his preference is to be on a West Coast club and we respect that. But we're trying to put a championship club together and if something doesn't materialize for him, we'll be excited to have him as a Marlin."


Report: Dan Haren plans to report to spring training with Marlins


by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst
(1/12/2015) Marlins pitcher Dan Haren, who had expressed a strong preference to remain with a West Coast team, has decided to report to spring training with the club, reports Fox Sports' Ken Rosenthal. The Marlins acquired Haren from the Dodgers last month.

Following the trade, Haren mentioned the possibility of retiring if he could not stay on the West Coast, and the Marlins explored potential trade scenarios. Now it appears Haren will join Miami's rotation after going 13-11 with a 4.02 ERA last season.


Marlins hopeful Dan Haren will have a change of heart


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(1/10/2015) The Marlins are hopeful pitcher Dan Haren will have a change of heart and report to spring training, according to MLB.com.

Haren, 34, was acquired by the club during the offseason, but has had reservations about pitching away from the West Coast. Haren even mentioned the possibility of retiring if he could not pitch close to his home in Los Angeles. 

Haren has expressed these concerns to the Marlins, who have explored trade scenarios involving Haren. Both the Giants and Padres are considered as possible landing spots.

Haren posted a 4.02 ERA over 186 innings last season. He's owed $10 million in 2015. 


Report: Rockies mildly interested in Marlins P Dan Haren


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(1/9/2015) The Rockies have mild interest in acquiring veteran pitcher Dan Haren, according to Jon Morosi of FOX Sports. The Giants, who were one of the team's that reached out to the Marlins about Haren's availability this offseason, no longer have an "active dialogue" with Miami.

The Marlins acquired Haren in a trade with the Dodgers in December, but Haren has expressed his interest to play for a West Coast team. If the Marlins can't strike a deal, then Haren may hang it up and retire from baseball.


Report: Giants contacted Marlins on Haren earlier in offseason


by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com
(1/6/2015) Sources indicated the Giants reached out to the Marlins to discuss acquiring pitcher Dan Haren, reports foxsports.com.

The contact occurred before the Giants re-signed pitcher Jake Peavy to a two-year contract. However, with pitcher Tim Hudson out for the next eight weeks after having bone spurs removed from his ankle, Haren remains a possibility for the Giants if Hudson is not ready to pitch in April.

The Marlins acquired Haren in a trade with the Dodgers in December, but Haren has expressed his interest to play for a West Coast team.


Report: Marlins hoping to resolve Dan Haren situation soon


by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com
(1/5/2015) The Marlins are currently stuck in limbo with pitcher Dan Haren, but are hopeful they can resolve the situation soon, reports Fox Sports.

The Marlins acquired Haren in a trade with the Dodgers in December, but Haren has expressed his interest to play for a West Coast team. The Marlins have been shopping Haren, but are reluctant to part with the $10 million they received from the Dodgers to cover Haren’s salary.


Dan Haren to Marlins: I'd like to pitch elsewhere


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(1/3/2015) Veteran right-hander Dan Haren, a California native, has informed the Marlins he has no intentions to pitch in Miami and would like to play for a West Coast team, preferably one that has spring training in Arizona, Joe Frisaro of MLB.com reports Saturday.

According to Miami Herald, the Marlins previously tried to find a taker for Haren but aren't willing to part with the $10 million the Dodgers gave the Marlins to cover Haren's remaining contract. If the Marlins can't strike a deal, then Haren may hang it up and retire from baseball.


Marlins RHP Haren seeking trade to Angels or Padres


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(12/22/2014) Veteran right-hander Dan Haren, who is considering retirement, is hoping the Marlins trade him to the Angels or Padres because he would like to return to the west coast, per CBSSports.com Baseball Insider Jon Heyman.

The 34-year-old Haren pitched for the Dodgers in 2014 and enjoyed his best season since 2011. He compiled a 13-11 record and 4.02 ERA.


Report: Marlins considering trading Dan Haren


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(12/15/2014) The Marlins might consider trading pitcher Dan Haren, if he plans to retire rather than pitch for them, sources told FOX Sports. Haren, who was acquired with Dee Gordon in a trade with the Dodgers last week, would rather pitch for a team out west. 

The Marlins would like Haren to be in their rotation in 2015 and club officials did speak with the veteran right-handed hurler on the night of the trade.


Dan Haren unsure whether he wants to pitch in Miami


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(12/11/2014) Pitcher Dan Haren is still unsure whether he wants to pitch outside of Los Angeles.

Haren released a statement saying he's been informed of the trade that would send him to the Marlins, but is unsure whether he wants to continue pitching. "I have been notified of the trade to Miami," Haren said. "My strong desire to remain in the Southern California area has been well documented. I will have to evaluate my options carefully before making my decisions."

Haren is owed $10 million next season. If he decides not to pitch, he would walk away from that money. Haren's family is located on the West Coast, which is why he wanted to remain in Los Angeles. 


Dodgers' Dan Haren confirms he'll retire if dealt


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(11/19/2014) Dodgers pitcher Dan Haren said he'll retire if he can't pitch in Los Angeles, according to ESPN. 

My signing with the Dodgers last year and my decision to exercise my player option were based on my desire to play in Southern California near my family," Haren said. "At this point in my career I have no interest in playing in a city away from my family." CBSSports.com Baseball Insider Jon Heyman wrote about Haren's name coming up in trade rumors recently, and mentioned that Haren may retire if asked to pitch away from home. Haren posted a 4.02 ERA over 186 innings last year. 


Dodgers' Haren may retire if dealt


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(11/14/2014) Dodgers pitcher Dan Haren may retire if he can't pitch in Los Angeles, according to CBSSports.com Baseball Insider Jon Heyman.

Haren's name has come up in trade talks, but it's unclear if he wants to play outside of Los Angeles, his hometown. Haren posted a 4.02 ERA over 186 innings last year. 


Dan Haren decides to return to Los Angeles


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(10/30/2014) Dodgers pitcher Dan Haren has decided to remain with the club, according to the Los Angeles Times

Haren opted to exercise a $10 million option to stay with the team. In his first season with Los Angeles, Haren posted a 4.02 ERA 186 innings. 


Dodgers still waiting for SP Dan Haren to act on option


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(10/22/2014) The Dodgers have confirmed that veteran right-hander Dan Haren has yet to exercise his $10 million option for 2015.

Haren certainly had other concerns Wednesday, when he underwent arthrocopic surgery on his non-throwing shoulder.

The 34 year old, who did not pitch in the playoffs, finished strong in the regular season. He yielded just 10 earned runs in his last 43 innings and concluded the year at 13-11 with a 4.02 ERA and just 36 walks in 186 innings.


Dodgers' Dan Haren will be ready to pitch in relief Game 3


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(10/2/2014) Dodgers pitcher Dan Haren said the tentative plan is for him to be ready to pitch in relief in Game 3 of the NLDS in case Hyun-Jin Ryu's start is cut short, according to the Los Angeles Times. Ryu is working his way back from a shoulder injury.

Dan Haren fans seven in no-deicison


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(9/23/2014) Dodgers pitcher Dan Haren struck out seven but wasn't a factor into the decision Monday night at home against the Giants. He allowed two runs -- one earned -- on one hit and no walks over seven innings of work. Of his 100 pitches, 65 were strikes.

Over his last five starts covering 31 innings, Haren has allowed seven earned runs. He owns a 4.03 ERA and a 1.18 WHIP over 31 starts (181 innings). His final start of the regular season will come Saturday at home against Colorado.