Miami Marlins Do Not Need A Lefty Starter

Brad Hand

The Miami Marlins may begin next season without a lefty in the starting rotation, which is a rarity, but that doesn’t mean it’s necessarily a bad thing.   In 2013, Kevin Slowey and Wade LeBlanc took turns in the rotation during portions of […]

Marcell Ozuna Will Be A Huge Boost For Miami Marlins

Marcell Ozuna

In 2013, Marcell Ozuna started out his big league career in a big way, slashing .330/.372/462 in his first full month. He looked primed to be the protection for Giancarlo Stanton that the Miami Marlins had been searching for. Things didn’t […]

Jose Fernandez Will Avoid Sophomore Slump For Miami Marlins

Jose Fernandez

Jose Fernandez is coming off a year that saw him win the Rookie of the Year for the Miami Marlins and finish as a finalist for the NL Cy Young Award. He is the Marlins’ ace and will be on […]

Miami Marlins Should Retire Jeff Conine’s Number

Jeff Conine

There is one man who is associated with the Miami Marlins‘ franchise more than any other and that is Jeff Conine. The biggest honor that can be bestowed upon a player by his former team is a retiring of his […]

Miami Marlins Will Contend in 2015

Jeffrey Loria

The Miami Marlins lost 100 games in 2013 and it’s easy to write them off for the foreseeable future but it’s also not correct to. The team will improve in 2014 and set the stage for a playoff run in 2015. Just […]

Casey McGehee Will Outproduce Matt Dominguez in 2014

Matt Dominguez

When the Miami Marlins traded Matt Dominguez to the Houston Astros in 2012, they were looking to add a proven run producer and that’s why they went and acquired Carlos Lee.  As it turns out, the Marlins didn’t contend that season […]

Jordany Valdespin Could Be An Asset For Miami Marlins

Jordany Valdespin

To be clear, Jordany Valdespin is likely not going to make a huge impact for the Miami Marlins, but that doesn’t mean he won’t be an asset. He can provide some depth in Triple-A and some speed off the bench at some […]

Miami Marlins Should Lock Jose Fernandez Up Now

Jose Fernandez

The Miami Marlins are in a spot right now where they can auto-renew the contract of  Jose Fernandez for the minimum salary and then head towards his arbitration years one season at a time.  That’s their right and it may be […]

Mike Redmond May Be On The Hot Seat For Miami Marlins

Mike Redmond

There hasn’t been any outright reports of Mike Redmond being on the hot seat, but it is not a crazy thought to think he is, or will be, if the Miami Marlins are buried in the standings come mid-season. While the roster […]

Casey McGehee Is The Answer For Miami Marlins

Casey McGehee

The Miami Marlins are continuing their search for a new third baseman, and their solution may come via Japan with Casey McGehee now being rumored as a candidate. McGehee last played in MLB in 2012 with the Pittsburgh Pirates and New York […]

Rafael Furcal Will Be Huge For Miami Marlins

Rafael Furcal

When the Miami Marlins signed Rafael Furcal, the signing was met with mostly criticism and questions of why the team would bother to sign the aging infielder.  After all, Furcal has not played in a big league game since 2012 and […]

Miami Marlins Need To Platoon Garrett Jones

Garrett Jones

When the Miami Marlins signed Garrett Jones recently there was speculation that the team would employ a strict platoon giving Jones most of his at-bats against right-handed pitchers only due to the great disparity in his statistics between opposing righties and […]