Miami Marlins: Spoiled Kid of MLB
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 […]
Miami Marlins 2014 Spring Training Profile: Jose Fernandez
There is actually some hope for the Miami Marlins. That could not have been written if Jose Fernandez had not shown up with some kind of chip on his shoulder last season. Fernandez carried the Marlins’ rotation and not only […]
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Where Would Will Middlebrooks Fit With Miami Marlins?
The Miami Marlins had their eye on Boston Red Sox third baseman Will Middlebrooks since the beginning of winter, but never pulled the trigger. Instead, Miami went the cheaper route and signed Casey McGehee, who has not played in the major […]
Miami Marlins Prospects: No. 1 Andrew Heaney
Not only is Andrew Heaney the No. 1 prospect in the Miami Marlins farm system, Heaney is the No. 1 left-handed pitching prospect in all of baseball. The question for him is not if he will come to the majors in […]
Miami Marlins Prospects: No. 2 Colin Moran
The Miami Marlins have had some pretty good drafts in the past couple of years. Jose Fernandez and Andrew Heaney will most likely dominate the rotation in a few years while the younger Marlins’ batters will start to come together […]
Miami Marlins Prospects: No. 3 Jake Marisnick
Jake Marisnick is part of the Miami Marlins‘ future outfield. Whether or not he showed it in 2013 or if he shows it in 2014, Marisnick will more than likely be in consideration to take over one of the three […]
Miami Marlins: Organization Showing Commitment Issues
In one season with the Miami Marlins, shortstop Jose Reyes went from winning the NL batting title with a .337/.384/.493 slash line to a .287/.347/.433 slash line. Mark Buehrle had a 3.59 ERA with the Chicago White Sox before increasing it […]
Is Carter Capps Capable Of Being A Solid Setup Man For Miami Marlins?
The Miami Marlins traded first baseman Logan Morrison to the Seattle Mariners in the winter. In return, the Marlins received right-handed reliever Carter Capps, who has a fiery fastball and a lot of potential to do wonders in the Marlins’ […]