Only four Marlins remain from the high-priced 2012 squad that was supposed to contend, but those left can finally see some positive light from all the moves.
Pro athletes arent normally known for their political activism.
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Instant replay might have spared Mike Redmond from being thrown out the only time umpires ejected him as a player. Redmond is convinced replay would have proved him right on a call at the plate that didnt go the catchers way when he was with the Minnesota Twins.
The Marlins have gotten progressively worse in each of Giancarlo Stantons four seasons. I dont want a career like that, he said.
Jeff Baker has the names of his platoon partners over the years etched in memory.
The Miami Marlins are softening their stance on stubble.
Frank Menechino, the Marlins’ new hitting coach, takes a blue-collar approach to his job. ‘I had to work for everything I had,’ he said.
Major League Baseballs plan to eliminate violent plays at home-plate is drawing groans from Marlins catchers.
Many couldn’t pay their medical bills and others would die because he said there were no ambulances and no fire trucks.
The Marlins do not plan to make a multiyear offer to right fielder Giancarlo Stanton until after the season, which is fine with him.
Because theyre not counting on him to preserve leads in the ninth inning, the Marlins arent looking at unpredictable reliever Carlos Marmol as a high-risk gamble, a powder keg awaiting to erupt.
The Miami Marlins and veteran utility infielder Jeff Baker have agreed on a two-year-deal worth $3.7 million.
The Marlins signed veteran outfielder Reed Johnson to a minor-league contract that includes an invitation to spring training.
Well-traveled utility player Ty Wigginton signed a minor-league contract on Friday with the Marlins that includes an invitation to spring training.
David Samson says hes proud of securing government funding for Marlins Park, but that he wouldnt have described the accomplishment quite the way Survivor did.
Slugger Giancarlo Stanton avoided arbitration Friday with a one-year, $6.5 million contract. Steve Cishek and Mike Dunn also got new deals.
Chris Coghlans up-and-down odyssey with the Miami Marlins is over.
The Marlins latest fix for their problem at the hot corner is Casey McGehee, whom the team signed as a free agent after he spent last season playing in Japan.
The Marlins front office decided it needed more consistency and an upgrade at first base.
The Marlins traded outfielder Justin Ruggiano to the Cubs for outfielder Brian Bogusevic, who essentially ‘is a younger version of Ruggiano just in terms of their skill sets.’
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