Brad Hand P MIA 2 Days

Brad Hand returned to action on Sunday July 20.

Brad Hand P MIA 9 Days

Brad Hand left Sunday's game against the Mets with a bruised right shin.

Hand allowed three runs on six hits and two walks over four innings before exiting. He had thrown 72 pitches, so the lefty probably wouldn't have lasted a whole lot longer, anyway. Hand should be fine after the All-Star break.

Brad Hand P MIA 14 Days

Brad Hand yielded a mere unearned run in his start versus the Diamondbacks on Tuesday.

The lefty allowed eight hits and two walks while striking out two in the no-decision. Hand posted a 6.38 ERA -- mostly as a reliever -- prior to hitting the shelf with a right ankle sprain in May. He's given up just three earned runs in 11 1/3 innings across two starts since his activation last week. Hand will start the last game before the All-Star break, toeing the rubber against the Mets on Sunday.

Brad Hand P MIA 19 Days

Brad Hand got a no-decision, allowing three runs over five innings in Thursday's loss to the Phillies.

Hand was activated from the disabled list on Wednesday. Prior to the injury, he had served out of the bullpen, as Thursday's start was just his third of the season. The lefty allowed seven hits and one walk while striking out five. He has a 6.21 ERA, a 1.76 WHIP, and a 25/17 K/BB ratio over 29 innings. He'll face the Diamondbacks in Arizona in his next start.

Brad Hand P MIA 20 Days

Marlins activated LHP Brad Hand from the 15-day disabled list.

Hand has been sidelined with a right ankle sprain since late May. He made it through four rehab outings with no issues and will start Thursday against the Phillies. The left-hander is not a good fantasy option.

Brad Hand P MIA 20 Days

Brad Hand (ankle) will be activated from the disabled list and start on Thursday against the Phillies.

Hand has been sidelined since late May with a right ankle sprain, but he made it though four rehab starts with no issues. The left-hander can be avoided for fantasy purposes.

Brad Hand P MIA 2 Months

Marlins placed LHP Brad Hand on the 15-day disabled list with a right ankle sprain.

Hand had been functioning as the long reliever in the Marlins bullpen. In 16 appearances on the season he has posted a dismal 6.38 ERA, 1.79 WHIP and 20/16 K/BB ratio over 24 innings.

Brad Hand P MIA 3 Months

Brad Hand lasted just three innings and gave up five runs in a loss to the Nationals on Monday.

Hand was making his first start in place of the injured Jacob Turner. He impressed this spring and he had been pitching well in relief, so the Marlins will stick with him after this. NL-only leaguers should continue to exercise caution, though.

Brad Hand P MIA 3 Months

Brad Hand will start Wednesday against the Nationals in place of the injured Justin Turner (shoulder).

Hand has thrown five scoreless innings out of the Marlins' bullpen so far this season. It's possible Turner could be out a while, so Hand could make more starts if he pitches well.

Brad Hand P MIA 4 Months

Brad Hand tossed four shutout innings in his start versus the Cardinals on Thursday.

A 2.70 spring ERA wasn't quite enough for Hand to win a rotation spot, but the Marlins will carry him as a middle reliever and could give him a look as a starter later. He won't be worth picking up in NL-only leagues unless he's added to the rotation.