Donovan Solano 2B MIA 2 Days

Solano is not in the lineup for Sunday's game against the Phillies, according to's Joe Frisaro.

Solano has started every game for the Marlins since Aug. 25, but he will get a day off after going 1-for-15 over his last four games. Kike Hernandez will get the start at second base in Solano's place.

Donovan Solano 2B MIA 11 Days

Solano came up with four singles, three runs scored and an RBI across five at-bats in Friday's 11-3 win over the Braves.

Solano continues to swing a hot bat for the Fish, as the versatile 26 year old has now put together six multi-hit efforts during his last 10 games. Over this stretch, Solano is hitting .421 (16-for-38) with eight runs scored.

Donovan Solano 2B MIA 23 Days

Solano is out of the lineup Sunday against the Rockeies, Patrick Suanders of the Denver Post reports.

Solano will take his second Sunday in a row off in favor of Jeff Baker. The former has take on the starting role as the starting second basemen for the Marlins, but is struggling at the plate as of late, batting just .157/.218/.275 in August.

Donovan Solano 2B MIA 1 Month

Solano is out of the lineup Sunday against the Diamondbacks,'s Joe Frisaro reports.

Solano has started four of the last five games at second base in favor of Jordany Valdespin, but will give way to Jeff Baker on Sunday afternoon. The 26-year-old Solano is batting just .207 in August, but does own four RBI and three extra-base hits on the month.

Donovan Solano 2B MIA 1 Month

Solano went 1-for-3 with a run scored Friday against the Diamondbacks while making his second straight start at second base.

Solano is batting just .258/.310/.340 for the year, but he's seen some time in the starting lineup lately thanks to Jordany Veldespin's struggles in the field. The team will continue to mix and match at the keystone until Derek Dietrich (wrist) is ready to return in September.

Donovan Solano 2B MIA 1 Month

Solano blasted a two-run home run Tuesday to help the Marlins beat the Cardinals.

Relegated primarily to a bench role as the Marlins search for solutions at second base, Solano took advantage of his starting nod Tuesday, touching up Adam Wainwright for a two-run shot. The long ball was just his second of the season and seventh in 797 career at-bats. Solano may earn some additional playing time following the strong effort, but his .258/.309/.338 slash line over 151 at-bats this year leaves a lot to be desired at the plate.

Donovan Solano 2B MIA 2 Months

Donovan Solano reached base in all five plate appearances in Tuesday's win over the Braves, drawing a walk, hitting a double, and tallying three singles.

It's the first four-hit game of Solano's career. The Marlins could only bring him around to score once, however. Solano hasn't had much to write home about at the plate otherwise, as his slash line has improved to a still-paltry .261/.309/.322 with one home run and 12 RBI in 126 plate appearances.

Donovan Solano 2B MIA 3 Months

Marlins recalled INF Donovan Solano from Triple-A New Orleans.

Solano batted just .196/.226/.255 in 35 games earlier this season for the Marlins. He should see some time at shortstop while Adeiny Hechavarria is out.

Donovan Solano 2B MIA 3 Months

Marlins optioned INF Donovan Solano to Triple-A New Orleans.

Solano earned a spot on the Marlins' Opening Day roster but batted just .196/.226/.255 in 35 games. The 26-year-old infielder may get another shot later this season.

Donovan Solano 2B MIA 3 Months

Donovan Solano hit his first homer -- a three-run shot off David Price -- to lead the Marlins to a 5-4 win over the Rays on Wednesday.

That had to feel good for Solano, who had been on the roster all year but had come into tonight with just 35 at-bats. The start against Price was his first since April 22, as he had been completely limited to a bench role since the return of Ed Lucas from the DL. Since he'd seemingly be better off playing regularly in the minors, the Marlins will almost surely eventually replace him on the bench with a veteran, whether it's Rafael Furcal or Miguel Tejada.