Miami Marlins: Spoiled Kid of MLB
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Like good wine, the Miami Marlins have increased their value in the market for a decade, according to Forbes.com. The site prices the Marlins at $520 million from $451 million last year, even when the Marlins had an Operating Income of […]

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Fire-sale after fire-sale, bad management decision after bad management decision, a severe lack of talent on the roster and you kept doubting the Miami Marlins. Now here they are on MLB Opening Day 2014 and they’re going to make you […]

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This week we saw the Detroit Tigers pay Miguel Cabrera a big-time amount of money signing him to an eight-year, $248 million contract. Barely a day after, the Los Angeles Angels gave arguably the best player in baseball, Mike Trout, […]

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Another injury to Miami Marlins second baseman Rafael Furcal would be a big setback for both parties. It seems as though that is going to happen as Opening Day is less than a week away. Furcal missed all of the […]

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With the amount of depth the Miami Marlins have in starting pitching, there really is no need for pitchers like Jacob Turner or Brad Hand. Both players are without minor-league options, and if they were to not make the final […]

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One just had to look at Saturday’s Spring Training pitching matchups in order to feel those opening day chills. The afternoon tilt between the Washington Nationals and Miami Marlins showcased the battle of two future perennial Cy Young Award nominees. […]

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Repeatedly, the Miami Marlins have stated that they are not looking to trade franchise outfielder Giancarlo Stanton, but the name is still very much a hot topic among teams as the season marches closer to Opening Day. Stanton signed a […]

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