See why Marcell Ozuna is the most important player for the Miami Marlins in 2016.
With little activity so far this offseason, the Miami Marlins have done well to make the most of their few moves.
Here's a look at five players who must stay healthy in 2016 if the Miami Marlins are going to surprise everyone and compete for a playoff spot.
The Miami Marlins locked up their future by inking second baseman Dee Gordon to a long-term contract.
The Marlins are apparently going for it again. If they're genuine about it this time, they should seriously take a look at trading for James Shields.
The Miami Marlins would be wise to stop looking to trade outfielder Marcell Ozuna and keep him around for the long haul.
Edwin Jackson can be a useful part of the Miami Marlins' pitching staff in 2016.
Jose Fernandez is a widely rumored name on the MLB trade block, but the Miami Marlins seem committed to keeping him.
Barry Bonds is one of the most polarizing players in the history of baseball. Now that the Marlins have hired him as their hitting coach, he can begin the road to redemption for alleged steroid use.
The Miami Marlins offense of 2016 would greatly benefit from the outfield wall of Marlins Park being moved in and smoothed out.