2013 Miami Marlins Season Review

2013 Marlins Season Review: Overview

The 2013 Miami Marlins season was riddled with problems, primarily on the offensive end. But even though the Fish had a historically poor offense, there was enough pitching to leave hope for a brighter future.

2013 Marlins Season Review: Introduction

Fish Stripes will review the miserable 2013 season for the Miami Marlins. Here is what you can expect for the month-long series.

2012 Marlins Season Review: The Other Starters

The Miami Marlins filled in the remainder of their starting rotation innings thanks to trades and ineffectiveness from two-thirds of its expected staff. Wade LeBlanc and trade acquisitions Jacob Turner and Nathan Eovaldi performed well in their place

Marlins Transaction Review: Sanchez/Infante Trade

The Miami Marlins traded Anibal Sanchez and Omar Infante at midseason in the first of two major trades in 2012. The return for the Fish was Jacob Turner, Rob Brantly, and Brian Flynn, and the haul appears ready to help the Marlins in 2013.

2012 Miami Marlins Season Review: Carlos Zambrano

The Miami Marlins bet on Carlos Zambrano to return to decent effectiveness long enough to last as a fifth starter in 2012. Unfortunately, Zambrano kept up the charade for only half of the season before completely collapsing in June.

2012 Miami Marlins Season Review: Ricky Nolasco

For years, the Miami Marlins have waited for Ricky Nolasco to regress to his stellar peripherals. In 2012, the team counted on him less behind a number of good starters, but his peripherals caught up and struggled alongside his ERA this year.

2012 Miami Marlins Season Review: Anibal Sanchez

The Miami Marlins' Anibal Sanchez was on his way to a decent full season with the team before a midseason trade to the Detroit Tigers brought him to a pennant race. Nevertheless, the year was still a successful one for Sanchez with the Marlins.

2012 Miami Marlins Season Review: Mark Buehrle

Mark Buehrle was signed by the Miami Marlins in the 2012 offseason to be a stabilizing force in the rotation, and while he did not perform quite up to snuff this season, he still provided consistently good play on his way to another 200-inning season

2012 Miami Marlins Season Review: Josh Johnson

The Miami Marlins were expecting a lot of the team's starting pitcher rotation, and those expectations began with a bounce back by Josh Johnson. Johnson pitched worse than he has since his rookie year, but he made up for it with a healthy season.

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